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Westerhope Primary School

Reach the stars through learning - Everyone is special and unique

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Welcome to Westerhope Primary School!

I am very proud of our school and the children and staff who make it such a happy and vibrant place to be. It is a privilege to be the Headteacher and to watch our children flourish and leave primary school as children who love learning, are independent and resilient and ready for the next stage of their learning journey.

 

As a school we firmly believe in our vision, 'Reach the stars through learning' and 'Everyone is special and unique'. We aim to meet the needs of individuals and personalise learning so no child is left behind and all children feel part of our learning community. Our highly trained staff prioritise the well-being of the children as we know how important this is to ensure they meet their full potential. 

 

We are a two form entry school from Nursery to Year 6 and are fortunate enough to have a beautiful building with large playgrounds, a field and a garden.  

 

Our curriculum has been carefully written and planned by our curriculum experts to meet the needs of our children; use our local area and to be stimulating and exciting so the children gain knowledge and make progress so they can become 'subject experts'. 

 

Our values are intertwined throughout the curriculum and the day to day life of the school so we can not only focus on the basic skills children need to be successful, but also focus on the whole child so they grow into kind, empathetic young people who are able to make a positive contribution to the wider world. 

 

We are ambitious, enthusiastic and passionate about what we aim to achieve here at Westerhope Primary and are always willing to open our doors to prospective parents who want to know a little more. 

 

I hope you enjoy our website and please get in touch if you would like to plan a visit.

 

Mrs Russell

Ofsted Report 22nd Jan 2019