At Captain Webb Primary School we strongly believe in providing a rich and varied range of learning opportunities to stimulate and challenge children in our school, in a caring and nurturing environment where every child is able to reach their potential.
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Head: Mrs Jessie Gupta
Captain Webb Primary School
We are committed to helping children achieve their goals and ambitions be it on a football pitch, in a singing competition or in the classroom. The school has also achieved a number of awards including accreditations for ICT, Healthy Eating and Extended Schools.
Ofsted said: "Captain Webb Primary School is a welcoming school which provides a vibrant learning environment where….achievements are celebrated"
This stimulating and welcoming environment meets the needs of children from 3 and 5 plus years. The unit has 3 teachers and 4 support staff and children experience an exciting, developmental curriculum which is engaging. The Foundation Stage Unit provides a good transition from nursery to reception before they start in the main school in Key Stage 1.
Ofsted said: "Children show a strong sense of enjoyment and enthusiasm for learning"
We strongly believe in creating a rich and varied range of learning opportunities to stimulate and challenge children in our school, in a caring and nurturing environment where every child is able to reach their potential.
Ofsted said: "At Captain Webb the individual needs of pupils are well understood and the care, guidance and support given to the pupils are outstanding"
We offer a great range of facilities aimed at appealing to the interests of children for all ages. Our facilities include a Trim trail, a range of ICT equipment, a radio station and music.
As a school we believe in making a difference to children’s lives. This is exemplified by our creative child focussed curriculum, supported by high quality teaching and IT technology. We recognise that the future for our children will depend on them developing a wide range of skills – social, emotional as well as technological.
Ofsted said: "Pupils of all abilities enjoy school and are keen to talk about the interesting things they have learned in lessons"
We act in partnership with parents welcoming them into the school to meet with us regularly, to work with children or simply to take a coffee and have a chat with us in our café or as part of our online community using our school learning platform.
Parents are able to bring children to Breakfast Club from 08:00 and an after school club runs from 3.15pm until 6pm. We also provide a great range of clubs which are teacher and support staff led and aim to interest everyone. These include: arts and crafts, cookery, cheerleading, dance, drama, netball, choir, football, tennis, computer, swimming, french, gardening, table tennis, games, homework and reading.
Ofsted said: "The breakfast club is well attended and provides a homely and secure start to the day for pupils."
Daycare is provided onsite at Stepping Stones from 8 am until 6 pm for all ages. For pre-school children we can offer all day care for 0 to 3 years old. We also offer a weekly toddler group. Stepping Stones provides a natural progression to the school nursery.
Ofsted said: "The bright, colourful and well-equipped learning environment ensures that children enjoy attending and engaging with others and the adults who give them a warm welcome on arrival"
Schools governors at Captain Webb pay a very active role in supporting and developing the school with representatives from the community, local authority, staff and parents.