Welcome you to Longwood Primary Academy and Nursery – a school that provides children with an inspirational learning experience.
Since opening in January 2015, we have developed a thriving, successful community where children’s voices are heard and their interests nurtured. We are proud of our academic results and our achievements. The challenging curriculum we provide for all pupils is unique and, as you will see, something that builds character and resilience – ready for the global community.
Our building, constantly evolving like our learners, provides an exceptional learning environment. Our pupils, taking pride in all they do and displaying excellent behaviour and attitudes to their learning, are a credit to our outstanding and committed staff.
I am proud of the school and the consistent efforts and initiative used to provide the very best opportunities for the children of our school. Our 50 things at Longwood is designed to give your child not only an education to scaffold their future but experiences that shape them as a strong person, belonging to something special.
Our wellbeing system, coupled with high quality academics, provides children with a place in which they can thrive as individuals – feeling safe and secure.
Within the dramatic changes within our community, is the building of a new, enhanced nursery. We know that providing a child with the building blocks very early on is fundamental to their success. Our Early Years facilities are designed to ensure the best possible outcomes before starting Year 1.
Visits to the school are encouraged – our door is always open. I look forward to meeting you and working with you, together enabling your child to look towards bright future.
Comments from the DfE advisor visit on 14th June 2016:
The school has made great progress since they became sponsored by NET. All schools are securing better outcomes for pupils.
The adviser also praised:
- Successful implementation of the trust’s values and vision
- Relentless focus on high expectations
- Carefully crafted layered approach to school improvement
- Quality specialist teaching
- Positive impact of lead practitioner teachers in English and mathematics
- A robust pupil tracking and assessment system
- Consistent practice across the schools
- Staff speak positively about the support they receive from the school and the trust
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