Welcome to our Website!
I am delighted and honoured to be welcoming you as the Head Teacher of Kenton Bar Primary. I feel privileged to be joining such a special community that has a deeply caring ethos at its heart. I invite you to join us and to share our vision;
‘Our vision is for every child to become a happy, independent and confident learner, who realises his or her full academic potential. Children will aspire to achieve their dreams, develop a passion for life-long learning and be a successful and respected member of the community.’
My priority as Head Teacher is to ensure that the highest standard of teaching and learning is evident in all areas. As key educators, we aim to have high expectations of what your children can achieve so that they can succeed in their path through life as well as encouraging them to find learning a positive and rewarding experience.
Family and community are extremely important to me and I believe whole heartedly that good relationships between teachers, staff, children and parents are fundamental to the success of any school in ensuring each child’s excellent progress. I believe strongly that all children should be encouraged to enjoy learning, be actively engaged in learning and know what experiencing success looks and feels like. Therefore, I look forward to developing close links with all families, supporting you in any way I can.
Any thoughts and views on how we can all work together in a meaningful way are always welcome. I look forward to watching your children grow in confidence, build respectable relationships and share their positive journey during their time at Kenton Bar Primary. I thank you in advance of the support I know you will give to all members of our school community.
Please feel free to contact me at any time. To make an appointment, please speak to the office staff.
Mrs E Pattison
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Happy New Year! We hope you all have had a wonderful holiday and look forward to seeing the children back in school on Monday 7th January.