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Amport Church of England Primary School is a popular rural school situated in the parish of Amport in north-west Hampshire, about 3 miles south-west of Andover.  The majority of children live in the villages of Amport, Monxton, East Cholderton and Quarley and the surrounding area, although the school attracts many children from outside the designated catchment area.


The school is situated across the road from the village green, which is used as its playing and sports field.  It is within easy walking distance of the village church which is used regularly for services and events.




The children, staff, parents and governors of Amport School have agreed our core Christian values of the school to be Trust, Truth, Forgiveness and Love. These core Christian values underpin the ethos of the school, our policies and practice, and all that we put into place for our community.


Amport School:


  • Guides children towards Christian attitudes and behaviour through the framework of a Christian education
  • Helps pupils to acquire understanding, knowledge and skills relevant to adult life and employment
  • Helps children to see themselves not just as individuals but as members of communities


We have high expectations of our children, of their academic attainment and effort, behaviour and attitude.  A positive Behaviour Policy to which the children contribute is in place and regularly reviewed.


Parents, Governors, the Church and the Community:


The support of parents is highly valued and very welcome.  Regular parent consultation evenings are held, plus special curriculum evenings to provide information to parents.  The school has an extremely active Parent Teacher Association who raise amazing amounts of money towards school funds through a variety of activities.


Members of the Governing Body are extremely committed and supportive, often helping in the classroom, and take a close interest in all aspects of the school.  Please take a look at the Governor's page to find membership details and some personal testimonials.


The school has a good reputation in the local community and children regularly take part in village events.  The relationship with the local church is particularly strong with the Parish Clergy coming in to school regularly to take Collective Worship.  Throughout the year there are many visits to the church for special services, festivals and support with the RE curriculum.


Thank you for visiting our website. We hope that it will give you a flavour of what our school offers. Please do make an appointment to visit the school if you would like to know more about us. Should you require any paper copies of any of the information on our website, please contact the office. 


Bernadette Fleet