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Message From The Head

Head Teacher

Firstly, may I take this opportunity to thank you for your patience and understanding during recent days surrounding the ongoing coronavirus. 

It has been truly heart-warming to see the support from our school community. 

Following government guidelines, it is with great sadness that we have to now close school until further notice for everyone apart from those children whose parents are key workers or vulnerable pupils. 

We have today contacted all parents who have eligible children, all other pupils unfortunately will need to stay at home, so we ask that you do not send your child/ren into school from Monday 23rd March onwards until further notice. 

· The school will be open from 8.00am – 3.30pm Monday to Friday until further notice, different arrangements will be sent out for the Easter holiday for key worker children. 

· Currently, children should enter through their usual classroom door after 8.40 if they are not attending breakfast club. 

· The secretary of state is clear: this is an entirely different role for school staff. It is primarily about care, not education. 

· Children will not be required to wear school uniform. 

Every child’s learning is important to us. 

For those children not attending school there will be a learning email from the class teacher every day. 

If your child usually receives Free School Meals, we will also be in touch soon about lunch vouchers once more information is available. 

I would like to take this opportunity to thank both parents and carers for their support and our incredible staff team for their hard work, dedication, loyalty and positivity over the last few days as we have prepared for this closure. Without this, we would not be able to function and remain open. 

Please keep safe and keep in touch via email. 

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 Dealing with all money and assisting parents and carers.

Safeguarding/counselling: Dawn Wigley Dealing with safeguarding concerns in school and counselling for children and parents.

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