Welcome to St Botolph's Church of England Primary School
I am so proud of our school, staff, children, parents and governors. All our stakeholders work hard to support and look after each other. This makes our school a special place to be. Come and visit us and see for yourselves.
We are a busy but friendly school, with lots going on. This website aims to give you a taster of the school, as well as providing regular updated information for both parents and pupils.
We have a dedicated staff, who work hard to meet the needs of all the children. It is important to us that the children learn and enjoy coming to school. You will always receive a warm welcome when you come to our school, the staff and children are always pleased to see new faces. Our school environment is vibrate and warm and immerses the children straight into their learning.
The children are given many opportunities during their journey with us, from residential trips to visitors and Wow Days! This is where the children dress up and the parents come in to share their work with them. The children enjoy their learning and this can be seen throughout the school.
We hope that you enjoy your visit to our website, and that you find all the information you are looking for. Please feel free to leave comments in the Guestbook, or contact the school direct with any queries you may have. My door is always open and I am more than happy to spend time with anybody who wishes to know more about our wonderful school.
Thank you for visiting!
Paper copies of any information on the school's website are available for free on request.
Our Values and Ethos
St Botolph’s CE Primary is a welcoming, happy and forward thinking school. The development of immersive learning and exciting challenges in a vibrant environment will prepare our children for a rapidly changing world by making them independent learners. Through the opportunities that we provide we aim to encourage our pupils to be critical thinkers, with global perspective and respect for others.
Through our commitment to Christian values and secure relationships we will nurture, support and empower each other.
All our children will have success today and be prepared for tomorrow.
You might have noticed the hare that is on the front of the school building. The school was built on a piece of land where the hares use to play and live. The hare represents the past and future of the school coming together. The hares may not live here any more but, they are all now on a magical journey with the children here at St Botolph's. Exploring and learning together in harmony.