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Message From The Head

Head Teacher

We have now been placed on a high alert level in Nottinghamshire. As I write, we await the news as to whether there will be a circuit breaker for COVID-19.

Luckily, the Nottinghamshire new autumn holidays will give all of us, just that.

When we return on Monday 2nd November, our systems will change into ‘winter mode’, drop-offs in the morning will continue as normal. A very big thank you to all the marshalls on the top gate and on the carpark. Successful team work at its best.

Collections at the end of the day will be slightly different. We have already been practising these systems on rainy days.

Sibling children will have an allocated ‘inside school’ space which will be the same every day.

Social distancing will be in place using markers.

The time for sibling collection will be between 3.00pm and 3.10pm, please arrive no earlier than 3.00pm. The children will be called as you arrive.

Only one person from each family will be allowed onto the school grounds, anyone waiting must wear a mask and socially distance. Staff are already doing this to heighten safety.

There will be no changes to the system for the car park children. Collection time is 3.10pm to 3.20pm unless otherwise authorised.

Children who walk home alone, will leave school at 3.15pm.

Remaining children will be walked up to the top gate by their class teachers at the following times:

Reception – 3.00pm

Year 1 – 3.05pm

Year 2 – 3.10pm

Year 3 – 3.15pm

Year 4 – 3.20pm

Year 5 – 3.25pm

Year 6 – 3.30pm

Nursery – 3.45pm

Please be prompt for pick up and not early. Any parents or carers who have not arrived at pick up time will need to wear a mask, as the children will be walked back into school and a member of staff will walk them back up for you. Please phone the office if you have a problem.

Thank you all for your support with this, by working together we will all stay safe.

Next steps:

Teaching and learning conferences will still take place, you will be offered different options for this:

  1. Emails
  2. Phone call
  3. Microsoft teams video call.

Class teachers will get in touch but children will still lead the meetings.

Alternative Christmas arrangements are being designed as I write. We will keep safe but the fun and excitement of this special time of year will be at the forefront of everything that we do.

Thank you to all the parents and carers who took part in the Nursery sponsored obstacle course, amazing support for us.

With the sun shining brightly and giving us hope in these very challenging times, can I wish you all a peaceful and restful break. Time for us all to have respite and be with each other.

I must finish with, a big thank you to everyone who has given us a kind comment, empathy for our difficult situation or just simply a smile. This means so much to my team, who have been amazing every single day and given the children the best.

We look forward to seeing you all on Monday 2nd November 2020.

Take care and please stay safe.

With Warm Wishes,

Julie Vaccari

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Welcome To Springbank Primary School

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Springbank Primary is a place where all of our children and staff will have the opportunity to excel.

Everyone will be safe, happy and cared for.

Our curriculum and values will inspire everyone in the school family to be motivated and curious learners and offer core skills, knowledge and enrichment to enable all to gain the foundations for a quality future and a love for life-long learning. 

To the right is our STARFISH which are our values for our school.

We are a school that is committed to providing a high standard of education for every pupil. We pursue excellence at every opportunity.

Springbank Primary is a place where ALL of our children, staff and school community will be safe, happy and cared for. Our curriculum offers skills and enrichment so that EVERY child is able to gain the foundations for a quality future life and a love for life long learning.

Our motto "Caring, Happy, Healthy, Sporty, Scientific" sets out our mission for the school. We see ourselves at the heart of the local community, in a partnership with parents and carers, offering excellence in education and helping the children to learn the core learning skills they will need for their future.

This extends beyond the school day to include a number of extra-curricular activities before and after school. We believe learning isn't restricted to the classroom and that every child who comes to Springbank Primary School has an entitlement to a range of visits and experiences that enrich and enliven the curriculum.  Outdoor learning, creative arts and being eco-friendly all form part of our teaching and learning programme.

Inviting visitors into school brings our children's learning to life. We are all learners in school and staff continue to learn too, finding out about the latest developments in education, theory and practice, keeping their skills and knowledge up to date or developing their own potential through degree or master's degree courses.

If you would like your child to attend Springbank Primary School, please contact the Nottinghamshire County Council Admissions Office using the following link   School Admissions

 

 

How To Find Our School

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Springbank Primary School
Peacock Drive
Eastwood
Nottingham
NG16 3HW

Finance Manager and Head Teacher PA: Tracy Oldham

Finance/office Clerk: Heather Roper will be responding to any emails that are regarding: tuck shop, dinner money and any other income coming into school i.e. music/piano. These emails from parents should be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. These will be responded to within 48 hours. 

Safeguarding/counselling: Dawn Wigley will be responding to any complex queries that parents have on the current school systems and any safeguarding concerns. She will also be there for any family who feel vulnerable in any way at all. Parents are to email these to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. These will be responded to as soon as possible.

Quality Assurance: Charlotte Potter will be responding to all general parent queries on the systems and procedures in school these should be emailed to the school office email on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., Miss Potter will respond to these emails on a daily basis where required.

SENCo: Caroline James  Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.

Events Manager: Claire Fletcher Organising all events/trips in school

Tel: 01773 762 277

School mobile - for text messages only 07494177347

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Peacock Drive
Eastwood
Nottingham
NG16 3HW

Tel: 01773 762 277