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Swiss Gardens Primary School

Information About Our School

At Swiss Gardens Primary School we live by our school vision    

      We will be curious, have big dreams and be prepared for an exciting future 

            and  our values of Friendship, Respect, Excellence and Enjoyment. run through everything we do.

 

We are a larger than average community school, with over 425 pupils arranged into 15 classes, with children between the ages of 4 and 11. We have a very strong ethos throughout the school of valuing children as individuals and recognising their successes across the curriculum. We also pride ourselves on being at the heart of the local community and have many strong, well established links.

We work hard to cultivate and nurture attitudes of support, respect and care in our school.

We set high expectations in everything we do and strongly believe in the importance of the core skills of reading, writing and mathematics.

We are proud of the breadth of experiences we offer in our school community and we aim to encourage and promote contribution through attendance at sports, academic and music clubs and events. We want every child to pursue an interest in something, by offering memorable learning experiences.

Each year group has support from Learning Support Assistants, who focus on children’s learning and progress. There are also 5 Higher Level Teaching Assistants, who work across the school. We have a full time Inclusion Manager and a teacher with responsibility for oversight of children entitled to the Pupil Premium.

There is an on-site after school care club run by ‘Pioneer’ and an extensive provision of after school clubs run by either the school, or a variety of providers; from the Outdoor project to Art club, as well as a full range of sporting activities.

Please come and visit our lovely school – to make an appointment or for further information please call the school office on 01273 453176 or office@sgprimary.co.uk.

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safeguarding our pupils

Swiss Gardens Primary School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.

The Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO) is Mrs Claire Older.

Our Designated Safeguarding Lead is Mr Lawrence Caughlin, there are three further DSLs across the school. The safegauaring team work together to ensure that children's safeguarding is a core function of the school.

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