“MY GIRLS HAVE COME ON SO WELL SINCE OUR MOVE TO DEVON DUE TO THE CARING NATURE AND YET EXCELLENT TEACHING ETHOS OF ENCOURAGING THEM TO STRIVE HIGHER. THIS HAS HAD AN AMAZING EFFECT ON MY GIRLS. LOVE THIS SCHOOL!” (Parent Survey, 2019)
Eden Park Primary is a happy and successful school located in the beautiful fishing town of Brixham. Pupils at the school make great progress and enjoy an exciting curriculum that seeks to give learning real purpose and is broad enough to find every individual's interests and talents. We believe that this approach not only leads to academic success but also prepares children for life.
To achieve this, the school has five core values. These are intrinsic to all that we do; they are the driving force of all our learning. These are the values of independence, creativity, teamwork, wellbeing and respect. Our children learn to be kind and courteous, supportive, reflective, imaginative and resilient.
Our work allows children to make the most of the local area that surrounds them and to also focus on issues and concepts that matter to us all. We aim to give children every opportunity to experience the world at first hand, meet experts, enjoy experiences and have as many aspirational opportunities as possible to try to find a passion that we hope will become life-long.
The staff at Eden Park are committed to developing and supporting children with all learning, including allowing them to mature into unique, well-balanced and informed individuals who are able to embrace mistakes as part of the learning process.
The school benefits from the support, collaboration and savings that result from being part of Coast Academies multi-academy trust.
I hope that you enjoy looking at this website to see a little of what we do. However, nothing beats visiting the school itself and I look forward to personally welcoming you in the near future.
Ian Morgan, Head of School.
“I HAVE ONLY HAD MY CHILDREN AT EDEN PARK FOR A FEW MONTHS BUT i am already so impressed and relieved that my children are at this school.” (Parent Survey, 2019)