You may recall reading the great feedback that our parents gave us at our recent Parents Evenings.  At the same time, we conducted surveys with all of our pupils to gauge what they think about our school.  We were delighted with what they told us.  I proudly share a few of the 'headline' results below:

Do you like our school?    93% of our pupils said "Yes" or "Most of the time"

Do your teachers help you to do your best?    94% of our pupils said said "Yes" or "Most of the time"

Do you enjoy your lessons?    89% of our pupils said said "Yes" or "Most of the time"

Is there an adult in school who you would talk to if something was worrying you?    97% of our pupils said "Yes"

Do you feel safe when you are at school?    89% of our pupils said said "Yes" or "Most of the time"

Does school encourages you to be independent?    97% of our pupils said said "Yes" or "Most of the time"

Does school teach you to respect other people, faiths and cultures?    96% of our pupils said said "Yes" or "Most of the time"

Would you recommend other children to come to our school?    94% of our pupils said said "Yes" or "Most of the time"

*These questions were phrased slightly different for our youngest learners.

I'm sure you'll agree these are fantastic opinions and we're right to be proud.  What a great school!

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After surviving the extreme weather of "the beast from the East" and "Storm Emma" last week, I was delighted to be joined by a number of families and staff this morning as we cleared the snow/slush from the footpaths around the school and off the playground (no wet play - yay!).  Temperatures have picked up significantly and there are no more blizzards forecast but compacted snow and ice could still pose a problem - getting it shifted today has been hugely helpful!  I want to thank those of you who could get in and helped out - you will get a special community certificate in assembly on Friday so please be in attendance!  In the meantime take a look at the "Snow Team" in action.

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We aspire to keep our children safe, at school and online...

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Our Aims

  • Use number and language effectively
  • Develop enquiry, rationality, and logical questioning and argument
  • Acquire knowledge and skills relevant to the world
  • Have respect and tolerance for others
  • Understand the inter-dependencies of the world
  • Appreciate the achievements and aspirations of others

Our Principles

The Christian Principles of Care, Respect and Understanding permeate all aspects of school life.

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Lodge Avenue,

Collingtree,

Northamptonshire

NN4 0NQ

Tel: 01604 761469