Re-Opening of Allen Edwards Primary School March 2021
Everyone at Allen Edwards has enjoyed welcoming the children of key workers during this time and are looking forward to welcoming all children back on Monday 8th March.
Our new playgorund is now open. The children will be given extra time to explore the new playground when back at school.
Please read the risk assessment below outlining the measures we are taking to ensure we have a safe environment for the children, and adults, working in the school during the Coronavirus (Covid -19) pandemic.
ALLEN EDWARDS PRIMARY SCHOOL
Welcome to our School
Our website aims to give you an overview of the school and sample the exciting and innovative way our children learn. At Allen Edwards, we strive to develop children’s love of learning and ensure they are well equipped for when they move on to secondary school. Prospective parents are warmly invited to attend one of our open evenings where you can walk around our classrooms and ask any questions you have about the school.
- All children return to school
- Red Nose Day
- End of Term 4 - 2:00pm finish
- Start of Term 5 - 8:50 gates open
- INSET DAY (Polling Day)
- End of Term 5
- Start of Term 6 - 8:50 gates open
Our Vision and Mission -
Always striving for improvement
At Allen Edwards we aim to provide the highest standards of education in an inclusive environment, through effective teaching and learning.
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Each year we set ourselves a list of key priorities for the school to focus on throughout the academic year. These are shared with parents, governors and the school community.
Please click on the link below to see our school’s key priorities for the 2020-2021 academic year
Black Lives Matter and
Allen Edwards Primary School
At Allen Edwards, we were all appalled by the events that led up to the Black Lives Matter movement and we fully support the on-going work needed to eradicate racism and obtaining an equal society with equal opportunities for all.
Allen Edwards is a diverse community consisting of almost 20 different ethnicities and speaking over 30 different languages. We have always challenged any form of racism, and other forms of discrimination, and we will continue to tackle any forms of prejudice. We are very proud of our school and local community and fully support the Black Lives Matter movement.
As a school community, we have developed our curriculum over many years and it has been designed to reflect our diverse community so that all the children can see themselves and others positively reflected. However, there is still more that we can achieve and we will be meeting as a school to develop this further.
This term we have established working groups to:
Review our strategy and policy towards diversity,
Ensure our resources and curriculum represent the different ethnicities and cultures,
Increase the education of staff through a monthly book club focusing on literature around the black lives movement.
This will enable us to engage even further with our families so that all our children benefit from our rich cultural heritage.
The work that we are doing is a key part of our School Improvement Plan and has a high priority across the school. Our aim is to ensure that when our children leave Allen Edwards they will have a deeper understanding that Black Lives Matter.