Bandon Hill Primary School is continuing to expand as a 6 form entry school. The original part of the school, Bandon Hill - Meadow Field, remains unchanged and a 4 form expansion is taking place at the Bandon Hill - Wood Field site. Bandon Hill in its entirety is a very happy school in which all children feel secure and confident.
Children are encouraged to develop positive attitudes towards learning and to achieve high standards in all that they do. The original Bandon Hill Primary School in Sandy Lane South is now known as Bandon Hill Primary – Meadow Field and has 2 forms of entry. The expansion of Bandon Hill on Stanley Park Road is known as Bandon Hill Primary – Wood Field and has 4 forms of entry.
Our goal is to help all children develop lively enquiring minds, good personal relationships and the knowledge and skills for the ever changing technological and multi-cultural world in which we live. To achieve this, self-discipline and tolerance of others, their cultures and races are encouraged at all times. We recognise the importance of good home – school links and of the partnership with parents. Bandon Hill will help to lay the foundations for each pupil’s preparation for eventual adulthood. My team and I would be delighted to show any interested parents around each of our schools.
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Bandon Hill Meadow Field, Oak Field and Wood Field are under the same Executive Headteacher and follow the same ethos, policies and practices. Bandon Hill is a very happy school in which all children feel secure and confident. Children are encouraged to develop positive attitudes towards learning and to achieve high standards in all that they do.
We are extremely fortunate to have a team of caring and highly motivated staff, who provide an exciting and stimulating environment in which all children can be provided with a wealth and variety of learning experiences. We recognise the importance of good home – school links and of the partnership with parents.
Meadow Field - The original Bandon Hill Primary School in Sandy Lane South is now known as Bandon Hill Primary – Meadow Field and has 2 forms of entry. Wood Field - The expansion of Bandon Hill on Stanley Park Road is known as Bandon Hill Primary – Wood Field and has 4 forms of entry. Oak Field - Bandon Hill Primary Oak Field is a base for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
It currently caters for children from Reception to Year 3, and will expand each year until it has classes through to Year 6. The school aims to provide for the special educational needs of all our pupils as they are defined in our SEN Policy. Class Teachers are responsible for: Monitoring the progress of all children and liaising with key staff about any necessary interventions Adapting and refining the curriculum to respond to the strengths and needs of all pupils Applying the school’s SEN policy
Having successfully opened the new school premises and put a strong staff team in place we now look forward to welcoming our next cohort of children in September 2014.
If you're searching for your next teaching post, why not contact us now? You'll be working at a great school and be part of a friendly, helpful team. We're always interested to hear from enthusiastic, committed teachers - send us your Application Form now via our School Talent Pool and say what sort of role you're looking for. By joining our School Talent Pool we'll know you're interested in working here when a future vacancy occurs.
Green Wrythe Primary School is very happy to be part of the Greenshaw family.
The Greenshaw Learning Trust is a charitable company, limited by guarantee, with the sole purpose of maintaining and developing academy schools to provide comprehensive and inclusive education for the public benefit. Its schools are publicly funded by the Department for Education. The Trust has a record of working with a great many primary, secondary and special schools, locally and across the country, providing practical support to staff and students and delivering interventions to raise standards of teaching and learning and enable them to achieve their ambitions
The Greenshaw Learning Trust provides an effective structure to ensure schools achieve real benefits from school-to-school collaboration and receive the support they need. Our culture of trust and openness fosters mutual support and continual improvement.
Each school in the Trust is led by its own leadership team and local governing body, who have the backing of the Trust to help them achieve their objectives for their school.
To find out more, please visit our Trust page.