Healthy Schools Health Check Report, December 2015
Emotional wellbeing has a high profile and is fundamental to this school. The whole school approach to behaviour and emotional wellbeing, supported strongly by SEAL and the weekly ethos statements, means that all children are supported to behave well and develop their emotional literacy skills. There is a wide range of support systems in place for children, staff and parents which everyone is aware of.
Ofsted Report May 2012 - Quote from Pupil
"The good thing about this school is the teachers
really listen to you. They talk to you about your
worries and make you feel better."
Investors in Pupils
We have recently achieved Investors in Pupils!
This award shows how much we encourage our children to have a voice and an opinion in school. We have school food ambassadors, school council and playground buddies who all play a very important role in this.
Our school has achieved the Stephen Lawrence Educational Standard which promotes tolerance, understanding and respect within our diverse culture.