Pupils receive expert help to gain the reading and writing skills they need to do well in all subjects. As a result, pupils make good progress
There is much joy in this school. Pupils value their teachers, and the rich and diverse community in which they learn
Teachers take account of individual pupils’ needs in their good lesson planning. They make sure that pupils, even those who arrive at unusual points in the school year, are quickly assimilated and make good progress
Teaching is strong in the sixth form. Teachers are extremely knowledgeable and passionate about their subjects. They show great commitment. Students are fulsome in their praise of the impact their teachers have had on their future education
Lessons are characterised by strong and positive relationships between pupils and teachers. Teachers know pupils well. Often teachers target the learning that individual pupils need because they know them so well
In key stages 1 and 2 teachers plan many opportunities for pupils to deepen their knowledge, understanding and skills.
I am sure you will all know that all schools in the UK will close at the end of the school day on Friday 20th March ‘until further notice’. However, parents of children who are ‘Key Workers’ can continue to bring their children into school so that they can continue to go to work.
A Key Worker is defined as: an employee who provides a vital service, especially in the police, health, or education sectors. The Prime Minister also mentioned jobs like delivery drivers.
If you fall into one of the categories above, or if you believe that your job provides a vital service, please email the school at email@example.com stating:
Your child’s / children’s names and the year group they are in
Send this information to school by Monday 23rd March. You will get a message back from us, as soon as we can, to let you know if your children will be allowed to enter school on Tuesday 24th of March.
For more information, we have created a Coronavirus page which can be accessed by clicking here
Thank you for visiting our school website. It has been designed to give you a wide range of information about the school and I hope that you find it easy to use. We have, at our core, the key values of ambition, hard work, fairness and mutual respect which support a positive learning environment for everyone. Through high quality teaching and by developing highly effective learners we encourage our students to exceed their expectations and become inspired to achieve their full potential through their lives.
Please take the time to find out more about us and please arrange a visit – you will not be disappointed.
Mr Neil Wilkinson B.Ed Hons, NPQH
Executive Headteacher, The Bemrose School