Ernesettle Community School
At Ernesettle Community School, we aim to help our children achieve the highest possible standard and provide a rich, broad and balanced curriculum.
Inspiring experiences and visits are a vital part of our children's education. Our school has a wealth of resources to engage the children in activities which will prepare them for the next generation of learning.
We seek to help our children develop lively, creative, enquiring minds and provide them with the skills and knowledge which will prepare them for successful, healthy lives in the ever-changing world in which they live.
Our high quality and committed staff provide a first-class educational experience for your children. We aim to develop very positive and productive relationships with our community and friends. Our 'Open Door' policy ensures that there is always one of our team available to answer any questions or solve any problems that may arise.
Our curriculum is engaging, innovative, built on first-hand experiences and celebrates all curriculum areas, helping to ensure that our children develop the knowledge and skills they need to excel, and become creative and curious citizens that are required to achieve academic excellence at secondary school and beyond. Our school has a wealth of resources and engages the children in activities which will prepare them for the next generation of learning.
In November 2019, we were delighted to be deemed an 'Outstanding' school in all areas of the Ofsted framework.
- Ofsted rating: Outstanding See the report for the school
We believe all children deserve the very best possible start and we aim to enrich the lives of all our pupils.
All children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEN) are welcome at Ernesettle Community School. Full support will be provided to each child who has SEN requirements with well thought out strategies to overcome any barriers to learning. Ernesettle Community School is a fully inclusive school providing an outstanding and caring education so all pupils can achieve their potential.
Parents are fully involved and the progress of children with SEN is monitored towards meeting specifically identified goals and targets.
Specialist strategies include a strong commitment towards training and developing all teachers and Teaching Assistants in their understanding of SEN. The school also has its own dedicated Speech and Language Therapist who visits weekly.
Excellent care, guidance and support contributes significantly to pupils' personal development to make them all feel safe and secure and make the best possible academic and personal progress.
- Primary school - 5 to 11 years
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