SCHOOL ALERTS

15.05.2015

Ofsted 2015

Today we have received our Ofsted 2015 Report, which you are welcome to view here and we will also be sending out a hard copy with the children next week.  We are incredibly happy and proud with the outcome and would like to thank all the parents and carers for their valuable input and support.

08.05.15  Potential Conversion to Academy Parent Information - from the Governing Body

Thank you very much to those of you that were able to attend the parent information evening in April. The minutes of this meeting are now available for all parents to view here along with an overview of the decision-making process and key milestones involved here. If you would like to ask a question or make a comment on the process of converting to an academy then please complete a form (available in the school reception area) and return to the office by Thursday 21st May. The Governing Body will collate and consider all responses from staff and parents before deciding whether to initiate a formal consultation period.

 

Please see link for Letter to Parents

Please also see link School Inspections - a Guide for Parents

28.04.15 Please can all parents/carers return their feedback forms on Academy Status as soon as possible. Every response will be delivered to the Governing Body. Many thanks.

22.04.15 Please make sure your child comes to school with their water bottle to ensure they can  remain hydrated in the warmer weather at School. Thank you.

23.03.15 On behalf of the Governing Body: Following successful interviews for the post of permanent headteacher at Jeavons Wood Primary School, we are delighted to announce that Mrs. Sue Wright has been appointed.

 WELCOME

Welcome to Jeavons Wood Primary School website.  We hope you will enjoy using this site and that it will help you to discover more about our vibrant new school community, the fantastic learning that takes place and the core values that underpin all we do at Jeavons Wood.

As we all know, the experiences a child has during the first eight or so years of their life impact enormously on the kind of person they will become in the future.  A significant proportion of this time is spent at school so it is crucial that, in establishing a new primary school, we do absolutely everything we can to get things right.  What do we mean by 'right'?  Well, from an educational point of view, it's about creating an enabling environment and delivering a stimulating curriculum through which all children can become enthusiastic and highly competent learners.  But we want more than just that.  We want to ensure that our school is a place where everyone can experience a whole range of successes and where children are enabled to become confident individuals who are independent and creative in their thinking.  We want to establish a climate of care and consideration in which children respect one  another and enjoy learning about each other's achievements.  We want to foster an ethos underpinned by strong moral values that will provide children with an exemplary model for living.