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MONDAY 2ND DECEMBER 2013
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21st December 2012 - Aslacton School In TheTop Ten!
We were delighted to see in The Times and The Daily Telegraph this week that Aslacton School has been ranked as sixth best Primary School in the whole of Norfolk! We are of course very proud of this achievement which was based on the Year 6 SATs results from May this year.
A Message from the Headteacher
Welcome to our exciting, friendly village school for pupils ages 4 to 11 years. Our pupils come to us mainly from the villages of Aslacton, Great Moulton and Tibenham. However, we are always pleased to welcome children from areas further afield.
Aslacton Primary School is extremely well resourced with large open spaces, an adventure playground, large playing field and wild area. We have a free flow outdoor learning area for Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1. Much of our learning takes place outdoors. The classrooms and corridors are bright and spacious and we have a hall for indoor sports.
We work closely with the home to provide a variety of inspiring learning experiences in a caring environment that nurtures the child whatever their ability or circumstance. We encourage curiosity and creativity.
The learning environment that we provide encourages, motivates and inspires our young people. Our dedicated staff make sure that they nurture our pupils as individuals. All the staff work as a team to ensure that individual needs are met and that each child achieves their personal best. Additional support is provided to those pupils that need it through intervention programmes, 1 to 1 support or Teacher Assistant support. Able, gifted and talented pupils are encouraged and suitably challenged through an extended curriculum and additional support provided by other professionals.
We encourage parents to come in to talk to us for whatever reason and encourage an ‘open door’ policy. I will always make myself available to talk to parents and pupils.
Our aim is to enable our pupils to achieve good academic standards within a broad and balanced curriculum in order to face the challenges of the modern world. Along with a culture of life-long learning we also encourage our pupils to be polite, thoughtful and have a caring attitude towards others.
In the long term we expect this prospectus will be the first of many contacts between home and school. The relationship between parents and the staff is important to us. It should be should be a partnership working together for the benefit of the child.
We have a strong Governing Body and ‘The Friends of Aslacton School’ are extremely proactive in supporting us. We encourage parents to express an interest should they wish to join either of these. We participate in many of the village events and have close links with the churches and village hall.
Our pupils establish life long friendships with the older pupils taking care of the younger ones.
We are proud of our school and hope that you will take the opportunity to visit us.
We work within the LEA Policy of Equality of Regard and Educational Opportunity.
We provide a culturally diverse curriculum and adopt non-discriminatory procedures and anti-racist practice.