Headteacher: Mrs J Boylan
We believe that every child should have the best possible start to their education and should be given a wide range of opportunities and the skills to fulfill their potential. Our school is committed to providing a challenging and stimulating environment where the success of all is important. We believe that the safe and supportive environment provided by our school allows children to develop at their own pace, whilst growing in confidence and ability. Our school allows children to be understood as individuals with individual needs.
This is a remarkable school where pupils make outstanding progress.
Teaching is outstanding. It challenges pupils to do their very best and all pupils, including the younger ones in the Early Years Foundation Stage, respond exceptionally well to their committed teachers and other adults.
Pupils relish the caring attitude of the adults who are fully committed to ensuring the best learning experiences for them. Adults and pupils talk passionately about the sense of belonging that permeates throughout.
Behaviour is outstanding. Pupils arrive eager to learn and keen to make the most of every opportunity.
Staff tell of being proud to belong to the school and contribute exceptionally well to its highly inclusive nature. Parents share this view and were highly complementary about the school.
The leadership of teaching is highly effective. All staff benefit from an effective programme of professional development.
Teaching assistants are encouraged to develop their skills and the school makes resources available to them.
Newly qualified teachers are well supported. They contribute well to the outstanding achievements of the pupils and speak highly of their colleagues and the support they receive from them.
The governing body is impressive. It knows the school extremely well and rigorously interrogates the school’s plans and subsequent actions. Its members keep up to date with wider educational issues through training and periodically reviewing each member’s skills and experience. All with the intent of providing the highest quality education for the pupils.
Christmas lunch this year will be on Tuesday 8 December. If your child does not normally have a school lunch on this day and they would like a Christmas lunch, please let the relevant office know by Tuesday 1 December 2020.