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We believe in a well-grounded ambitious education that seeks to imbue students with the four key aspects of our community: integrity, responsibility, curiosity and endeavour. We enable our students to look beyond what they feel is possible, both within and outside the classroom; we encourage an atmosphere of friendship, collegiality and mutual respect whilst also retaining the love of competitiveness which comes so naturally, and we require our students to engage with the wider world in preparation for their adult lives. All of these aspects help every student to gain a genuine sense of self belief which will provide the strongest possible foundations for their future.

HeadStart Primary School aims to educate children in a warm and caring environment where the highest possible standards are set. The school aims to encourage boys and girls to achieve their individual best by gaining appropriate skills and awareness in order to be prepared for the next stage of their education.

In our view children will succeed when they:

  • Benefit from our collective responsibility to improve their life chances
  • Enjoy learning while engrossed in the curriculum
  • Have high expectations of themselves and their role in the community
  • Have a sense of belonging to their community
  • Participate in high quality learning experiences
  • Learn skills and knowledge which interest them
  • See themselves as lifelong learners
  • Have aspirations for their future
  • Feel cared for and understood
  • Feel valued as individuals
  • Feel safe and secure
  • Attend regularly

The aims of education are to enable students to understand the world around them and the talents within them so that they can become fulfilled individuals and active, compassionate citizens: we encapsulate this through our motto – ‘Inspiring a love of learning’.

Our Three Guiding principles

At HeadStart we try to incorporate three guiding principles in everything that we do – in our lessons, on the playing fields and at break times, as well as before and after school and when we are with friends and family. These principles are a recurring theme and they are embedded throughout our broad and balanced curriculum. They are:

  • Self reliance
  • Positive thinking
  • Leaving people and places in a better state than when you found them

Contact Information

Name Position Reason for Contact Email Address
Sam Khan Head of Foundation & Primary   [email protected]
Tony Williams Deputy Head (Academic) Academic concerns/Curriculum [email protected]
Rebeca Ross Deputy Head (Pastoral) Behaviour/health concerns [email protected]
Natalie Walker Deputy Head of Foundation Issues having to do with Foundation children [email protected]
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