CE Primary School

Singleton C.E. Primary School is a happy and caring community in which good manners, excellent behaviour and a desire to continuously improve and learn are expected from everybody. We are a Church of England School teaching Christian values and beliefs. We also promote awareness and tolerance of, and respect for other religions and cultures.

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Singleton CE Primary School is set in a unique beautiful location, free from noise, pollution and the danger of main roads and within the newly created South Downs National Park. The number of children on roll is usually less than 60 and this means that staff have a very personal knowledge of every child and there is a real family atmosphere.

The school is a "Voluntary Controlled" School, which means that the Church of England maintains an active interest in the school whilst giving overall control to the Local Authority. Singleton C.E. Primary School has a high reputation for its caring, inclusive family ethos based on Christian values. The governors are all actively involved in the school's life. We are also continually grateful for the staunch help given to us by the parents and the wider community.

If you are looking for a small school that has a care and concern for children as individuals together with a strong family ethos, please do not hesitate to get in touch and arrange a visit. We look forward to seeing you.

We hope you will find the information contained in this website both helpful and interesting, giving you a clear insight into school life.
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Ice, to see you, to see you, ice!



Children watched in amazement as ice came to life at Singleton C.E. Primary School last week. 


As part of Oak class at Singleton C.E. School’s ice topic this term, ice sculptor John Bolton paid a visit to the school on the morning of Thursday 7th March to demonstrate how he creates art from blocks of ice, carving of a full size block of ice followed by some hands on work with pupils/children using chisels only.


John used a chainsaw, a router, chisels and sanders to transform a block of ice into a penguin, complete with bobble hat!!  Children were transfixed as ice was carved like a block of butter whilst John explained his work, his tools and how he came to be one of the country’s leading ice sculptor.