Welcome back to school!

It was wonderful to welcome all of our pupils back to school on Monday and I hope that you and your families were able to enjoy a peaceful and restful break with your outstanding children. As we move forward into the last half-term of this academic year, there is much for us, as a school community, to be proud of. Many improvements to our school have been made over the last year including strengthening our T.E.A.M. (Together Everyone Achieves More) of staff so that teaching and learning continues to be highly effective; developing our outside space (including new exercise equipment on the school field and new resources in the Early Years area); promoting positive parental engagement and communication between school and home via Class Dojo; building community links through our work to improve safety around school and within our partnership with local organisations, including The Church of St. Thomas as well as maintaining our ranking as one of the top primary schools in England (top 3% for Reading, Writing and Mathematics) with outstanding results in KS1 and KS2.

However, there is still much more to achieve through planned improvements to our school which will enable us to continue to provide the very best educational provision for our pupils moving forward into next academic year. Further planned investment to resources and outdoor equipment will enhance opportunities for creative learning; updates to ICT infrastructure will support our aim of providing our pupils with a 21st Century education through   developing global citizenship skills and international school links; our newly established partnership with The Prince William Award will support pupils to develop the confidence to think independently and make positive informed decisions through experiential learning; partnerships with S.T.E.M. organisations will provide our pupils with           opportunities to learn about enterprise and entrepreneurism and ongoing involvement within a range of           community based projects will ensure that our local community remains a central element to our mission in school:

‘To try our best, to tell the truth, to look after each other and our community’


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