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If you need to speak to a member of staff regarding your child, the first point of contact will be your child's class teacher, or alternatively one of the Phase Leaders or a member of the Senior Management Team:
Deputy Head Teachers - Mrs Reay and Mrs Gibson (job share)
Assistant Head Teacher / SENCO - Mrs Gleadow
Assistant Head Teacher/ Early Years Leader - Mrs Bradley
Key Stage 1 Leaders - Mrs Miller and Mrs Gibson
Lower Key Stage 2 Leaders - Mrs Reay and Mrs Gibson
Upper Key Stage 2 Leaders - Mrs Reay and Mrs Cox
Or feel free to contact one of us,
Mrs Day & Mrs Kerr
Head Teachers (Job share)
Our Vision, Ethos and Values
We aim to serve our community by providing an education of the highest quality whilst embracing the spiritual, emotional, moral and social development of all children. Everyone works to enable outstanding learning and teaching – putting children at the centre of all that we do.
We are an inclusive Church of England Primary School, acknowledging the rich, cultural diversity of our community.
Our ethos is based on the Christian strengths that we all need to lead a good and purposeful life.
We recognise that all of our children have immeasurable potential and that it is our responsibility to ensure they are given every opportunity to flourish as successful individuals.
We will endeavour to achieve this by providing an environment where all children can demonstrate a love of learning, a love of life – a place for them to thrive and shine within a Christian setting.
Christian values of Love & Friendship, Endurance, Hope, Forgiveness and Peace & Reconciliation underpin and guide all aspects of school life.
Please enjoy reading this week's newsletter...https://t.co/34KcExT7Ks
Please take your time to read this week's newsletter... https://t.co/40OM8VnMiY
400 advent calendars. That’s 400 children waking up on December 1st buzzing. That’s an extra conversation a young person can engage in and a extra relatability amidst the isolation of poverty. Thank you to everyone that donated. I promise you this does make the difference.
We received this absolutely #AMAZING donation of chocolate advent calendar’s from @RGSNewcastle. Sophie one of the students had a great idea to appeal for these to be donated and what an amazing response she received a huge thank you to Sophie & everyone from RGS who donated. 🎁 https://t.co/3Izejs2vaf
Thank you for all of your kind donations to Children in Need today! The children have had a great day and we have raised £277.45 this year, a fantastic donation for such a great cause! Please take your time to read this week's newsletter...https://t.co/IL3ICfB0lQ
The tree of aspirations... our future dream courses include: computing, games design, fashion design, sports science, sport and nutrition, mathematics, accounting, law, photography, astrobiology, automotive engineering, zoology and languages!
Creating our drama pieces for our graduation tomorrow @IntoUniversity
Exploring prospectuses and thinking about what courses we might like to do in the future, and where! @IntoUniversity