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Chilcote Primary School

Chilcote Primary School

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Welcome to Chilcote Primary School

 

Welcome to our school's website, the place where hopefully you will get a real sense of how our school is characterised. For those of you who are not familiar with our logo, it was designed by a former pupil. AIM HIGH is our school motto and the four different coloured hands represent the House which form our House system.

The academic year 2017-2018 was successful in may ways. We were very pleased with the outcomes of the KS1 and KS2 statutory tests, but were equally pleased with our successes around a wider range of non-academic subject areas. The school year ended with what we believe to be a strong endorsement of our provision - wining the West Midlands 'Outstanding Primary School' award.

 

When you visit Chilcote for the first time, or even if you are a returning visitor or parent/carer of a pupil currently in the school, what you can be assured of seeing is polite and thoughtful children who are eager to learn, coupled with a committed teaching team working within a purposeful, caring and supportive environment where our pupils thrive. Why not come and experience 'the Chilcote way' for yourselves?

In the academic year 2018 - 2019, staff and Governors will be working to review our school vision. As educational stakeholders, we want what is best for all our children, but as we engage with this important task, we will take into account  the ever-changing global climate, where technology and social media play an ever increasing role.

In now my fourth year as Headteacher of this wonderful school, myself and the staff are excited about what this year will bring; we anticipate yet another fulfilling year.

 

Debbie Doherty

September 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

'The behaviour of pupils is outstanding. Excellent lesson planning encourages pupils to become self-aware, resourceful learners. Pupils say that staff ‘teach us the techniques to help us understand how we learn best and how to apply them to teach ourselves’.' OFSTED March 2014

AIM HIGH - Chilcote School