The Primary teaching staff at HeadStart Cherngtalay are truly a remarkable group of individuals. Their dedication to the education and well-being of their students is unwavering. With a strong commitment to excellence, they bring a level of professionalism that is truly commendable. The teachers and support staff at HeadStart Cherngtalay boast a wealth of experience, both in the United Kingdom and internationally, which enriches the educational environment. Their diverse backgrounds and expertise contribute to a dynamic and enriching learning experience for every student.
What truly sets our Primary staff at HeadStart Cherngtalay apart is their tireless effort to ensure the growth and development of each individual pupil. They go above and beyond to nurture not only academic excellence but also social and pastoral well-being. Their holistic approach ensures that students achieve their full potential while also growing into respectful, kind, open-minded, and courageous global citizens. The staff instills a strong sense of community and the importance of making a positive contribution to both local and global communities. Moreover, they are dedicated to fostering an ethos of sustainability, ensuring that students understand and embrace their responsibility to protect the environment for future generations. The combination of dedication, professionalism, and a focus on individual growth makes our Primary staff truly exceptional.
‘Throughout the school, teachers’ subject knowledge and understanding of how students learn are strong. Relationships between students and teachers are positive. The ratio of qualified teachers to students, especially in the early years and lower primary classes, is high. ‘Deputy’ teachers, who are fully qualified teachers in their home countries, support class teachers. Due to their expertise, they make a significant difference to the rates of progress that students make. Teachers know students well and assess them accurately. This enables teachers to plan work that matches the ability of individual students and caters well for their varying needs.’ Education Development Trust (EDT) Accreditation Report, June 2017