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Message From The Head

Head Teacher

The Head Teacher

Can I ask you all to join in our celebration of teaching and learning this year? My middle and senior leaders have just completed a full evaluation of the learning outcomes and have been explaining how we are going to improve the quality of teaching next year. A big thank you must go to the achievement teams for Year 1 Phonics, Year 2 Teacher Assessments and Year 6 SAT’s. This year we have worked very closely together in achievement teams so

we were able to give each individual child the possibility of success. In our school we often do F.A.I.L lessons, these are not sessions that set our children up to fail but rather the opposite, they are our First Attempt in Learning lessons.

These activities can help our children to know whether or not they need to join us for a mastery group, where they will be supported in ‘keeping up’ with year expectations or greater depth groups and where the children are able to deepen their knowledge. Congratulations to Year 1 76% of our children gained the expected grade in phonics, our Year 2 children: Reading 77.4%, Maths 77.4%, Writing 67.7%, Science 87.1% and finally Year 6 who achieved Reading 87.5%, Writing 84.3%, Maths 87.5%, Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling 78.1% giving a combined result of 84.3% of our children achieving the expected standard against the national of 61%. These results made everyone (adults and children) in school smile and we could not have had a better end to an amazing year of learning. Thank you to all parents and carers who have supported us in this magnificent

achievement. We are now ready for the challenge of next year. I am so lucky to have such a great team and community working together to give our children the very best.

With Best 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" 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

Office Manager: Mrs Duncan Dealing with day to day queries from parents, front of house.

Finance Manager and Head Teacher PA: Tracy Oldham

Finance Clerk: Heather Roper Dealing with all money that comes into school.

Safeguarding/counselling: Mrs Wigley Dealing with safeguarding concerns in school.

SENCo: Mrs James Dealing with special educational needs in school.

Events Manager: Claire Fletcher Dealing with all events/trips in school

 

Tel: 01773 762 277

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Peacock Drive
Eastwood
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Tel: 01773 762 277