About West Blatchington Primary & Nursery School
Developing children's skills and values for lifelong learning and fulfilment
Whilst children are at West Blatchington Primary & Nursery School, we strive to develop:
- Lifelong learning
- The individual child
- Emotional wellbeing
- Pupil voice
- A sense of community
Our vibrant curriculum gives all pupils the opportunity to develop their personal skills. Children at West Blatchington Primary & Nursery School are taught to become Resilient, Resourceful, Responsible and Reflective learners who can Relate effectively with others.
The individual child
Every child is treated as an individual and we personalise their learning experiences in order that they make the best possible progress. We want them to grow to be tolerant, respectful and well rounded individuals.
All staff and parents work together with pupils to provide a safe, happy and nurturing environment. Pupils learn well at our school because they feel safe and valued. A culture of mutual respect permeates all that we do.
We welcome pupil voice and have an active School Council. Our school council is involved with various projects including promoting our learning heroes and encouraging healthy eating.
A sense of community
We work closely with our local community of schools and we develop strong partnerships that allow us to provide the very best for all pupils and staff. Within our own community we promote equality and inclusion at all times.
Our key partnership is with you as parents; we encourage you to play an active role in your child’s learning and the life of our school. By working closely together we can make a greater difference. Every member of our staff is aware how significant their role is in the education of your child.
"Thank you for everything you have done over the last two years to make our son's transition from one school to the next so positive. He really formed some lovely friendships and adored his teachers and all the staff he came into contact with. This school really left a very special impression on him."