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Claydon Primary School

Be the best

You can be

Welcome


Louis Collins
Headteacher

'Be the best you can be'

Welcome and thank you for showing an interest in learning at Claydon Primary School.  This is a very special school with a strong sense of community in which each pupil is a valued and respected member.  The staff, parents and governors of the school have a full commitment to education and the importance it plays in developing the whole child.

We welcome all pupils regardless of ability, race and culture and hope that they will become enthusiastic learners, happy, confident and secure. We endeavour that our pupils gain skills to be independent in their learning and achieve their very best.  We hope that the education we provide will give a foundation for lifelong learning – in school, at home and beyond.  It is important to us that we support children in developing the personal qualities required to enable them to be good citizens in Modern Britain and we aim to encourage them to develop in body, mind and spirit.

Louis Collins
Headteacher

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Vision

Our vision for pupils at Claydon Primary School is that they are all  supported to "be the best they can be" so they are well prepared for next stages in their development.

The over arching vision of our Trust is to provide an excellent education for the young people  through highly effective collaboration, based upon mutual challenge and support.

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We are really looking forward to welcoming everyone back and seeing everyone again but we are also aware that this might be quite daunting. We are here to help and reassure so please contact us if there is anything we can do to help. 

 

The Local Authorities Inclusion Service has set up a telephone helpline for families of children and young people with additional needs – we know there may well be questions and anxieties for pupils and their families around what the return to school might bring.

 

The helpline will run from 23rd August through to the end of September with the purpose being to respond to any queries and concerns from our families around the return to school. For example, it might be a child is anxious about the return to school and getting back to learning after the long period of absence. It might be about Special Educational Needs and the support in place for children on their return or it might be a question around school attendance. Whatever it might be, we hope to offer our help.

 

The helpline number is 0345 606 6172. On calling the number the parent or carer will be asked to provide some detail about their query and it will be directed to the right team/officer for support. A response will be offered within 2 working days.