Whitwick St John win North West Leicestershire 'Lets' Get Moving Award'
'Staff and pupils have developed excellent relationships, based on a shared approach, which enables all to thrive.’
Sharing Shed Open!
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Young Voices is a hit!
Over 45+ pupils took part in the countries largest choir on Thursday 16th Januar...
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Whitwick St John the Baptist CE Primary School is a brilliant place to teach and learn.
Our whole school vision is 'Grow, Achieve, Bloom, Repeat'. It is based on the Parable of the Sower from Matthew 13 1-23. This vision underpins everything that we do and drives us to provide a curriculum that is exciting and varied for all of our children and ensures that school is a place where children grow, achieve and bloom, from our Penguin Pre-School to Year 6. Our 'Root; Christian Values form the basis of our ethos which is one of trust, friendship and mutual respect.
The children are a credit to our school and often receive positive comments about their excellent behaviour and exemplary manners from visitors and when out on visits.
We understand that children gain the most from their education when school and families work in partnership. We warmly invite parents, grandparents and other family members into school on a regular basis.
We work very closely with groups of local schools – 'Collaborative Partnership Charitable Trust', 'Coalville Family of Schools' and 'Forest Way Alliance', which means that our children have opportunities to meet other children from different schools.
The children, staff, governors and parents are very proud of our school and welcome visitors to have a look at the school. If you have any questions or would like to tour the school, please contact the office who will be happy to help.
Mrs Helen Noon
Our vision is based on the Parable of the Sower from Matthew 13 1-23
“…Still other seed fell on good soil, where it produced a crop—a hundred, sixty or thirty times what was sown.”
Through our provision and living our ‘Root’ Christian Values of Tolerance, Respect, Honesty, Love, Kindness and Trust, we represent the good soil, water, sun and space that our seeds (our children) need to grow, achieve, bloom and repeat.
Mrs Noon (Headteacher)
Whitwick St John the Baptist