Knowing that they are valued they can fly and take the values of the school out into the world.
’If we live by the spirit, let us also walk in the spirit.’ (Galatians 5:25)
We will send the children out, as Noah did the dove (Genesis 8:8-12), having nurtured and prepared them for life.
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As the Head Teacher of Towcester C of E Primary School, I would like to welcome you to our website. I hope that it gives you a flavour of our wonderful school where our school vision is at the heart of everything we do.
Our ethos of care is central to our school; we aim to nurture and prepare our children for life to enable them to flourish academically, personally and socially.
We are an established, happy and friendly primary academy within the centre of the Towcester community. We have over 350 pupils on role and continue to grow with the housing developments in the area. We are a Church of England school that works closely with St Lawrence Church. We follow values that promote our excellent spiritual, moral and cultural beliefs about ourselves and others.
We are proud to be an academy in the Peterborough Diocese Education Trust alongside 33 other schools in the Rutland, Peterborough and Northamptonshire area.
The school has a breakfast and after school club run by Kidsstop and Tiny Tows Pre School on site for nursery age children.
As a school we pride ourselves on the opportunities that we provide for all our pupils to help them develop their love of learning
Our dedicated team of staff use their creativity to provide fun and often unusual lessons to develop our children’s thinking and experiences – making their learning both exciting and memorable - enabling each individual to flourish.
We provide opportunities for our pupils to contribute to our local community, participating in local events and serving local organistaions and charities. We encourage our pupils to develop as proud and responsible citizens.
We are greatly supported by our parents and Governors who conscientiously attend our numerous events and acknowledge all the positive things that our school does.
Ofsted reported us as 'Good' in October 2018 using their criteria but we probably exceed what you think makes a 'good' school for the child of today.
Please contact the school for more information or to arrange a visit on 01327 350332. I look forward to showing you around our school.
Mrs Sally Beaton