Teaching of Reading|
Reedley School's Vision- our aims and values|
A warm welcome from everyone at Team Reedley from Mrs Ruth Thompson, Headteacher
Reedley School is a place where learning matters. We want all our children to be confident in themselves and see themselves as learners. If you would like to find out more you are very welcome to come and visit the school.
Children, staff, parents and Governors work together to put learning at the heart of our community. Learning to write an exciting story or learning to play in the playground and have friends is equally important. The children work in twelve classes, with dedicated class teachers, and a large number of equally committed support staff who all have the children’s best interests at heart. All the team are involved in regular training as we work together to move the school forward.
The Chair of Governors is Mr David Leeming, who regularly visits the school.
"Inspection evidence and the school’s own consultation data show that parents are overwhelmingly pleased with the quality of care and education at Reedley School. A happy, caring and welcoming ethos pervades the school. One parent, typical of many, said ‘my child is very happy here, she has learned so much so quickly; most of all she has gained more confidence in herself in every way and has become a better person’.
Pupils’ personal development is good as a result of good care, guidance and support. Promoting pupils’ personal development and welfare, removing barriers to learning and raising their self-esteem are given the highest priority in every aspect of the school’s work." Consequently pupils achieve outstanding spiritual, moral, social and cultural development, are excellent at adopting safe practices and behave exceptionally well".
Our website is being updated. Please be patient as we are striving to have this completed by Friday. Thank you all once again for your patience with the delays due to the building project. We hope you will all enjoy seeing it completed very shortly.
Resheduling of the Opening of Reedley School|
Resheduling of the Opening of Reedley School. School now opens on Monday 15th September.
The building is nearly finished. It will be a really exciting place to learn. It was always going to be handed over in two phase, phase one this week, and phase two at the end of September.
The Buildings Team from Lancashire have informed us that the building will not be in an operational state in time for the return of pupils on Thursday 11th September. Despite the best efforts of the Contractor the amount of work that needed to be undertaken over the Summer break has proved to be too great; especially factoring in the additional unforseen replacement of the fire alarm and wiring to the existing building. The contractor will be working over the weekend in order to ensure that the building can be handed over next week. It is therefore anticipated that we are likely to be operational from Monday 15th September.
We have put in place the necessary notification that school will now start on Monday 15 September. We will keep you posted on developments as promised.
We ask that the children do some reading each day, and work on their times tables. Every child will be given a new water bottle as they return. We are really looking forward to welcoming you back to the new building.
Thank you all so much for your support. We look forward to showing you around the new building soon.
With best wishes from
Ruth Thompson, Headteachers and the Governors of Reedley School
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