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Head's Blog

SueCox

Welcome to our School!

This website is our online view of our prospectus and provides a short introduction to life at Queen Eleanor Primary Academy.

Our school is a welcoming community of talented people. Our pupils come from across Far Cotton, with a wide range of ethnic backgrounds, as well as those who are deaf.

Our strong ethos is underpinned by Values Education – children learn to show respect, responsibility, friendship and honesty, and are encouraged to be ambitious in their life choices.

Every single pupil contributes to making Queen Eleanor Primary Academy a unique community.  Our pupils are positive, motivated, well-behaved young people, who develop a love of learning.

At Queen Eleanor, we believe excellence includes resilience. We strive to help our children develop their problem-solving skills, and then help them acquire the confidence they need to become problem-finders, unafraid of mistakes, driven by success.

Education is more than just learning. It’s about preparing young people for a rewarding and fulfilling life. Their future world is one shaped daily by new ideas, by creating, making and building, in the broadest sense. Our role is to prepare and equip them to flourish in such a world.

We all hope you’ll want to visit our Academy, to experience for yourself our unique ethos, our positive atmosphere – and the simple magic of happy learning. We’ll look forward to welcoming you.

Sincerely,

Sue Cox
Headteacher

Welcome to the Summer Term!

I am looking forward to the sun shining and the children being able to do a lot of their learning outside of the classroom.

It is lovely to see some of the girls wearing the school’s summer uniform. Please could I remind you that the summer uniform is a lilac gingham dress and jade cardigan with the school logo?

This term is always very busy with SATS and other assessments and I know that the children have been working very hard and in many cases have made excellent progress. Thank you for your support of their learning. Please continue to support in this by making sure your children have early nights and have a good breakfast before coming to school. Or, if you prefer join our excellent Breakfast Club.

Look out for other information about what is happening this term.

 

Sue

Sue Cox

Head Teacher

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