Welcome to our school website, we hope you find it both useful and informative. The school compromises of 14 classes and around 365 pupils and is sited on extensive grounds with over 1000 trees and beautiful grassed areas.
As a school we believe being part of the local community is very important and is one of our key priorities. We are a non-denominational school but have close working links to many faiths and local leaders. Te school is currently a Good School as an Ofsted grading, something that was achieved for the first time in March 2016 and we have end of key stage data that indicates good pupil progress and national achievement levels.
We work very closely alongside other local schools and support each other and the children with this collaboration. However we pride ourselves in being a pupil-orientated, practical school that uses the outside space as much as possible and encourages creation and independence.
I'm pleased that you have taken the time to look at our website and would invite you to come and have a look at the school at any time. We are open and welcome feedback of any type as this is how the school improves its provision for all.
Andrew Ridout (Head Teacher)
Link to a letter to parents from Secretary of State for Education https://t.co/UYaji2QoII
Attached is a link to explain how the school is going to open on March 8th to all children. Please note the school will be closing on Friday 5th March to undertake a deep clean and preparations for starting again on Monday 8th March. https://t.co/ux4TSaNLzX
A reminder that the school has a teacher training day today so is closed to pupils. School will reopen to key workers tomorrow. We will inform you of future plans after any firm government announcements today.
I am pleased to inform parents that staff are now testing twice weekly for signs of Covid-19; all staff who attend school have now tested over the weekend and have so far tested negative. This will continue for the foreseeable future.