‘With faith in our future, we learn hand in hand.’

Cross in Hand is a very happy and welcoming school with a team of staff that put their heart and soul into nurturing and inspiring the children. We strive to provide the best learning experience possible for all of our children. We hope this website allows you to begin to experience the enjoyment of learning within our school and the team ethos that surrounds it. Whilst we are immensely proud of our school, we still continually look for ways to improve and take Cross in Hand forwards. As we work together as a community, we know there is no limit to what we can all achieve.

Welcome Prospective Parents!

Is your child starting school in September 2022? Please take a look around our website and view both our open day video and presentation below. If you would like to book a tour to come and look around, please use our 'Contact Us' page.

Prospective Parents 2021.pdf

New Year 6 Prefects!

Congratulations to Evie, Phoebe, Jack and Aubrey, who have been selected as the first Prefects this year. They have been specifically chosen for demonstrating the following outstanding qualities:

  • An excellent attitude towards their work

  • Exemplary behaviour around the school

  • Consideration towards the whole school community

  • Striving to push themselves forwards in all they do

Find out more about them here.

Friday Special

Missed an issue of our Friday Special newsletters? Find them all here.

Our Promotional Video

Welcome to Cross in Hand Primary school. This engaging promotional video shows you how great life is at our school. We offer great facilities, including our own school swimming pool, outdoor gym and wrap-around care from 7:15am to 6pm. We provide exciting learning opportunities and a range of outdoor experiences in a caring and nurturing environment.

Proud to be Cross in Hand

We are so proud of the Ofsted report that we have just received in which we have been graded as being 'Good' with the potential to soon be 'Outstanding'...

During our previous inspection, we were graded as a ‘Good’ school and, as our results have been good since then, we had a one day inspection. If the one day inspection finds that you are still good, Ofsted leave it at that. However, if they think that you have improved, and that the school might actually be ‘Outstanding’ now, they will come back within a year to carry out a deeper, two-day inspection where they look even more closely at the school. We are thoroughly pleased that the inspector has decided we have lots of outstanding qualities.