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Welcome to Grange Primary School

Welcome to Grange Primary School. The school, which is placed at the heart of the community, has strong links with parents and is a place for pupils to learn, achieve and succeed. Grange Primary School is 1 and a half form entry. meaning that we have mixed age classes throughout. 

We are committed to providing a high-quality education to enable all of our pupils to achieve their potential. Our curriculum makes links across big ideas and subject disciplines, with clear progression and through a consistent approach, 

At Grange Primary School, the staff and governing board are proud to be working together to provide the very best of opportunities for our pupils academically, socially and emotionally. We have created and foster a culture of high aspiration, enjoyment for learning and academic success amongst all of our pupils, regardless of their social, economic or cultural background. 

At Grange our core values are Determination, Cooperation and Imagination. Alongside our curriculum themes of community, communication, culture, conflict resolution and conservation these are highly fostered and woven into everything we do. 

Mrs M.Elfenich
Head Teacher

Vision, values and aims

Strive towards excellence

Our core values are integral to the ethos and culture at Grange Primary School and underpin our curriculum, policies and practice. 

Determination - Pupils at Grange strive towards excellence through showing resilience and

perseverance in  the face of difficulty. By setting goals and taking risks in their learning, they show determination to succeed and achieve. 

Cooperation -  The importance of teamwork and partnership is key to life at Grange. Pupils are

supportive of one another and show an understanding of others' differences.  

Imagination -  Through harnessing pupils' creativity and imagination, pupils are allowed to achieve

their potential and develop their talents. All pupils' success are celebrated. 

Through tailoring our curriculum to the needs of our pupils, the aims are:

  • To ensure that pupils have a clear sense of identity, understanding their place, both locally and in a broader world context, equipping them with the knowledge and skills required for their future as citizens in a globally diverse world;

  • ​To foster in each pupil a desire to achieve and succeed in all areas of life, fulfilling their potential and building aspirations for the future;

  • To provide a forward - thinking, outward - facing, inspiring curriculum that nurtures a love of learning and encourages pupils to become independent, resilient learners;

  • To instil the importance of respect and tolerance for one another and respect and care for the world around us.

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