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Welcome to Weston Mill Community Primary Academy
We are a thriving school for children from Foundation Stage to Key Stage 2, with over 200 pupils aged 2 to 11.
Our school has community at the heart of everything we do and strive to uphold a family ethos, encouraging pupils to support each other in all aspects of life. We employ a range of professionals to ensure that learning needs of all pupils are met.
Weston Mill provides a democratic place of learning, with a curriculum which embraces individuality, tolerance, respect and acceptance of each other. Every member of our school community accepts and adhere to these expectations and works together to prepare to our children for the next stage in their learning and become successful citizens within the community.
We ensure that we create a caring environment for all children at our school, through both academic and social and emotional support. We have a dedicated pastoral team who provide small group support for our children to ensure they continue to be successful in school.
We are fortunate to have a very caring staff throughout the school and if at any time you need to discuss anything with your child's teacher or with the Senior team, there is always someone on hand to talk to.
We are a caring and supportive school that continues to improve year-on-year ensuring that all children achieve their potential. If you would like to find out more about us, then please call the school office.
Mrs Kathryn Catherwood
Head of School
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