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Benton Park is a primary school with Nursery through to Year 6.
At Benton Park we strive to....
- Be a happy and safe school where we try our best
- Treat each other with respect, kindness and good manners
- Celebrate the success and achievement of everyone in the community
- Ensure high achievement and high attainment in all areas
Archibald First School is situated in the heart of Gosforth and is part of the Gosforth Schools Trust. We are a two form entry First School with a Nursery as part of our Early Years Unit. There are no mixed age classes at Archibald First School, each class has a designated teacher and at least one shared Teaching Assistant. In addition to our classrooms we have a computing suite, two large halls, a library, a sensory room and additional group teaching spaces.
Atkinson Road is a popular, thriving and vibrant school. We are situated in the heart of the west end of Newcastle and have been serving our community for over a century. During this time we have tasked ourselves in making our children feel happy, safe and secure whilst providing them with a wealth of experiences and opportunities to develop as well rounded, well educated and successful, independent individuals.
‘Our vision is to provide each child with the skills, self belief and drive to reach high in life. For the school to be outstanding in all it provides and for Beech Hill to be the heart and soul of the community.’
The children at Beech Hill Primary School can expect to :
Central Walker Church of England Primary School is a Voluntary Aided School that caters for boys and girls between the ages of 2 and 11 years. It is part of The Riverside Learning Trust. Children normally transfer to Walker Technology College or Benfield School in the September after their eleventh birthday. The staff of the secondary schools liaise closely, the children visit and meet the teachers on many occasions before they transfer.
Our ethos of care and humour coupled with fantastic progress and attainment is our recipe for success. Cheviot is a happy school where taking responsibility for ourselves and other people and working hard to achieve our best is what we do every day!
We believe that working in partnership with families, involving them in children’s learning, is a strength of our school. The school has had a strong tradition of working with families for over 120 years. We are a small family orientated school and our size enables us to reassure parents that we can really get to know their unique and special children. Because we are small we can really spend time getting to know our families well. Each year has 30 children or less, with every class having additional support to ensure your child achieves their very best. Finding out and remembering all
Our aim at Dinnington First School is to provide a happy, stimulating environment where children will be encouraged to co-operate wholeheartedly with other children and staff who will help them to develop fully their individual, intellectual, physical, emotional and spiritual potential.
To this end we shall ask parents to work with us so that together we may promote the growth of respect for one another and care for the physical environment as well as the attainment of the highest possible academic standards.
English Martyrs’ is a Catholic primary school where the messages of the Gospel are at the heart of everything we do. We are very proud of our school, our pupils and staff, our parents and carers as well as our parish community.
We believe that each person is made in the image and likeness of God and therefore we value and respect each member of our school community as the unique individual that they are.
Our school is a happy place, where the needs of the 'whole child' are at the heart of all we do.
The school is a Community Co-educational First School. The building has a large hall and adjoining dining area. We have six classrooms for Key stages 1 & 2. The Foundation Stage Unit for Nursery and Reception age children consists of three classrooms and an outside play area / outdoor classroom. We have a small group working room / medical room and library areas. We also have a centralised computer suite with controlled access to the Internet.
Grange First School is a community school catering for a maximum of 232 boys and girls between the ages of 3 and 9 years.
Hotspur is a primary school for children aged 3 - 11 years old. In addition it also offers playgroup (2-3 year olds) Nursery with wrap around care (3-4 year olds) and year-round childcare (3-11 year olds). Children are valued and cared for by an exceptional team of teachers and support staff. We recognise and encourage individual talents and interests and ensure that children are safe, happy and enjoy learning.
At Kenton Bar Primary School we seek to offer a stimulating, motivating and secure environment where all children and adults are valued equally. We plan to provide a broad and balanced curriculum with continuity and progression to enable every child to achieve high academic standards and live a fulfilling and healthy life style.
We are an outstanding school who believes in our school motto that ‘Together We’re Better’. We know how much you will have done with your child before they reach us and value your input and opinions. Children get one chance with their education and at Kingston Park we want this to be the best. Our vision is to ensure that every child is the best that they can possibly be. In 2014 we were in the top 1% of schools nationally.
At Lemington Riverside Primary School we aim to ensure that opportunities exist for everyone to reach their full potential by consistently promoting high standards in a happy, safe and secure environment of which we can be proud.
Adults provide positive role models to enable children to:
Mountfield is a lively and forward looking school and we are proud of our many achievements. Children and staff work tirelessly to achieve high standards in all aspects of school life.
As well as holding Full International School Status, from 1st September 2013 Mountfield became a Foundation School within the Newcastle North West Learning Trust, a group of eight schools. We hope that through this partnership and with your help and everyone’s hard work we should continue to improve.
Our aim is to ensure that every child reaches their full potential. To achieve this, we work closely with all of our families, our community partners, our Trust members and business partners. We have the highest expectations of behaviour and work really hard to ensure our school is a safe, happy and effective environment where everyone enjoys learning.
Our Lady and St Anne’s is a Catholic school with a very diverse community and we try to follow Jesus in what we say and what we do. We provide a broad and balanced Catholic curriculum, recognising that everyone is unique and is created in the image of God (Gen 1:27). Our curriculum is designed to enable every child to reach their potential and contribute to society. We provide a wide range of extra-curricular activities and strong pastoral support.
Relationships Promoting Success
All staff and pupils work hard to develop positive relationships, sharing a love of learning and an enjoyment of being part of the school community.
Regent Farm First School is conveniently located on Wansbeck Road, close to the metro station and other transport links.
We are a larger than average first school. We take children from Nursery to Year 4. We have approximately 320 children on roll and 51 members of staff.
At Regent Farm First School, we believe that learning is an academic journey filled with adventure, curiosity and creativity.
The children at Regent Farm First School are happy and confident, with a desire to learn and do their very best.
Simonside Primary School Ethos and Values
At Simonside Primary School our priority is to develop a love of learning which is inspired by quality teaching, a rich curriculum and exciting opportunities and experiences. This will take place within a safe and happy environment in which children are supported to thrive and flourish. Resilience will be fostered in all children to enable them to be positive global citizens and fulfill our school's motto
'Dream, believe and achieve'.
Children get one chance with their education and at St Alban's we want this to be the best. Our vision is to ensure that every child is the best that they can possibly be. It is a place where achievement is expected and celebrated. At St Alban’s we are proud to celebrate each individual for all that they are. We are a caring community, enjoying and excelling in the presence of God.
St. Catherine’s RC Primary School is a special learning community which strives for excellence, where everyone knows they are loved, where they feel happy and secure and have a positive self-image. As a Catholic school, based on the Gospel and teaching of the Church we recognise the equality and dignity of all people in the eyes of God.
The school’s Catholic ethos, which brings a deeper understanding of the Gospel values of trust, respect and dignity, permeates our educational endeavours. We aim to create an environment in which Gospel values are exemplified and lived out: