It is with great pleasure that I welcome you and your child to St. Leonard’s Primary School. Primary education is one of the most important experiences of a child’s life. At St. Leonard’s Primary School we aim to promote excitement, enjoyment and an enthusiasm for learning that will last throughout their life.
At St. Leonard’s Primary School every child is valued and encouraged to realise their potential within a caring and purposeful environment.
Children begin their learning journey by developing their confidence, independence and self esteem; they are encouraged to become self disciplined, responsible and highly motivated learners. Our website is designed to help you, but please do not hesitate to contact school in order that we may answer any further questions that you may have. You are most welcome to visit us and see us at work.
Mrs Helen Spearing, Headteacher
Our mission statement at St. Leonard's is:
Our school values are:
CARING, RESILIENT, RESPECTFUL, REFLECTIVE, CONFIDENT, RESPONSIBLE
These values are reflected in all our work at St. Leonard's Primary School.
Family First Magazine
|Family First Magazine is aimed at supporting families in making healthy choices. It is supported bu Change 4 Life and many sporting governing bodies. The magazine has articles on: tennis, snow sports, swimming, keeping fit, camping, how to get into girls’ football, recipes, food and skin allergies, top tips for a healthy family and lots, lots more! Youcan read it online by following the link below. They also have a facebook page. If you like and share the page, the school will be in with a chance of winning some sports equipment. Family First Magazine link: http://www.familyfirst.co.uk/ff_mag/ Family First Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/familyfirstuk|
30 Hours Funded Childcare
|Working parents with a 3 and 4 year old may be entitled to 30 hours of funded childcare. Parents can apply at www.childcarechoices.gov.uk|
Welcome to our new Website
|Welcome to our new website. Please feel free to have a look around and let us know your thoughts.|
Staff may log in to Office 365 here.
We encourage our Parents to pay for their child's lunches and visits via their ParentPay account. If you have lost your login details please contact the School Office for help.
All the information published on our website can be requested as a paper copy from the School Office, this will be provided free of charge.