This is the website for church schools in the Diocese of Ely. We support our schools and communities to achieve high standards of education.
Our Christian ethos enables a strong sense of community through learning, love and leadership for our children and families, of all faiths and none.
Our Christian vision is the rock on which our values stand, enabling all children to flourish.
Life in all its fullness
” I have come so you so you may have life in all its fullness.” John 10:10
Our latest updates
School’s Newsletter Spring Term 2021
Message from the Bishop of Ely for the Lent Challenge 2021 Hope and a Future
Over the last year, lots of things have changed – what we can do, who we can see, where we can go, and how we learn. We have planned and looked forward to things that haven’t happened, and we have had to become used to dealing with a lot of uncertainty. Now, as many more people are being vaccinated against Covid-19, we hope for a future in which we can overcome the challenges of this virus. The commitment of so many especially young people to combatting the climate crisis gives hope for the future of creation. The commitment of people across the world to racial justice offers hope for a world where everyone is valued equally as part of that good creation.
Here in our Diocese of Ely, we have a vision of people fully alive. Hope is about believing that life in all its fullness – in all the ways the world is beautiful and amazing – really is possible. Christians believe that hope is possible because of Jesus, and because he came among us as light in the darkness and then defeated the darkness when he rose from the dead. Hope is living into that beautiful and amazing future, and making it true now, in our own lives, and families, and schools, and communities.
In this challenge, I invite you to think about your hopes; to name your hopes and how that hope can make a difference. I invite you to dream out loud together about the beautiful, amazing fullness of life you want to see.
At the inauguration of President Biden and Vice-President Harris on 20 January, the poet Amanda Gorman said this:
When day comes, we step out of the shade, aflame and unafraid.
The new dawn blooms as we free it.
For there is always light,
if only we’re brave enough to see it.
If only we’re brave enough to be it.
This Lent Challenge is a challenge to be brave in hope – to be brave enough to see the light and to be the light. I hope you enjoy that challenge, and I can’t wait to find out all about your hopes and dreams for the future.
See more on our Lent Challenge page
Head Teacher Vacancy
All Saints Inter-Church Academy, County Road, March, Cambridgeshire, PE15 8ND
‘All Saints is a fantastic school, consistently rated as ‘Good’ by both Ofsted and SIAMS/Sec 48 – but this only paints part of the picture. Our Christian values are at the centre of all we do and the Governing Body is proud of the distinctive ethos that runs throughout the school and permeates into our community. “… love that is patient and kind” – when you walk in to All Saints that Christian love is tangible…‘
The Headteacher and Governors of The Rackham CofE Primary School are looking for a committed and motivated KS2 classteacher to join their Y5/6 team from April 2021.
Full information on our school vacancies page.
Head Teacher Group 1. ISR L8 – L15. NOR 119
The Governors seek to appoint a Head Teacher for our caring and successful Church School, required for September 2021. We are looking for a Head Teacher who will sustain and advance our school and maintain its Christian and community ethos, someone who has strong interpersonal skills and is an excellent communicator.
Class Collective Worship Resources
– Support for children’s well-being in the Corona Virus Pandemic
Church Schools of Cambridge(CSoc) resources? – see more here