On behalf of all the children, staff and governors, it is my pleasure to welcome you to our school website.
We are all very proud of our school and we strongly believe that working in partnership with parents is a key ingredient for success.
In December 2017, Ofsted commented: ‘The school has a caring, inclusive ethos. Pupils are keen to learn and enjoy the wide range of curricular and enrichment activities provided for them.’
Our aim is that the children enjoy their education, building a love of learning and a determination to succeed. We want all our children to reach their potential.
Staff and pupils ensure that our school is a welcoming and warm environment that enables success, by working closely together and building solid foundations.
If you would like to know more or wish to arrange a visit, please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Mr Matt Walton
We’re all here for everyone this term...
We really like these Mia - very creative use of lego!
A wonderful idea - learning sign language to 'sing a rainbow' #rainbow
More lovely photos of the brilliant learning you've been doing at home. 😀
School is ready for Friday :-)
Thank you for all the wonderful science posters - a fantastic range sent in👍😀
We’re all in this together...
We’ve seen some brilliant activities going on, such as the making of this fantastic bird box. Good choice of colour… https://t.co/xulQrTRvlV
Well done to all our pupils last week - whether you’ve been working hard on Google Classroom or you’ve been working… https://t.co/LqvF8C6YuG
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