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
Summer Holidays 2021
So many thanks go to all the staff, children and parents in our schools over this Summer Term and for the whole of this academic year of 2021, a year like no other and we hope and pray that life and work will be better in the new academic year of 2021 – 2022.
There have been so many challenges of health, learning and in just being together, but we are inspired by everyone in our schools who have met the challenges and delivered more than just education to the children. Schools have been places of sanctuary, where friends can still gather and where we have all brought our thoughts and prayers to God.
We hope that everyone in our schools and communities has the chance to have a good break over the Summer holidays. We hope there is time to meet with those we love, to share fun, relaxation and adventures, whether at home on ‘staycation’ or a little further away.
We look forward to working together as we open our schools again in September.
Diocesan Education Team
Prayers for Hope from two of our schools
Help us to share the hope in our hearts with one another. Enable us to give hope to others through Your work amongst us. May our land flourish by the preaching of Your name. In Jesus name. Amen
From Mepal and Witcham C of E Primary School – A prayer as part of their Giving Hope Passports
Dear God, Thank you for our NHS and for helping us through these rough times.
Help us to stay happy and healthy and to look after each other… We are hopeful that things return to normal soon. Please bless everyone with light and peace.
From Gt Gidding C of E Primary School – as part of their response to Bishop Stephen’s Lent Challenge
News from Isleham
‘A patient’s journey through the NHS’ – Isleham C of E Primary pupils scoop first prize in regional Health Education England careers contest.
Abigail Jones and Ophelia Finlay from Isleham have been named the East of
England regional winners in an annual contest designed to bring awareness to the
range of roles within the NHS, and help encourage young people consider a career
in the sector.
11 year-olds Abigail and Ophelia, pupils at Isleham C of E Primary School, created
a video animation of a drawing showing a patient’s ‘journey’ through the NHS.
The incredibly detailed video showcases the various roles and departments in the
NHS, and how they link into patient care.
Latest vacancies in the Diocese
The Diocese of Ely are seeking a proactive individual to be an Enabler for parishes in the Ely Diocese – to support the envisioning, initiation and development of appropriate worship and nurture programmes for young people and their families.
Class Collective Worship Resources
– Support for children’s well-being in the Corona Virus Pandemic
Church Schools of Cambridge(CSoc) resources? – see more here