This Months’ School Value – Perseverance/Endurance: “But as for you, be strong and do not give up, for your work will be rewarded.” (2 Chronicles 15:7)
It is my pleasure to welcome you to our website. I hope it helps to inform you about our aims and ethos, which are underpinned by the school’s Christian distinctiveness and values. At South Bersted Church of England Primary School, we strongly believe in building positive working relationships; working collaboratively with our families to provide our children with the best opportunities educationally, socially and emotionally.
Our primary aim is to create a vibrant, stimulating, happy environment where all pupils become highly motivated confident learners. We want our children to enjoy making new discoveries, to become secure enough to take risks in their learning, and through working collaboratively with our families ensure that our pupils’ potential in all areas of school life is continually developed. At our school, we aim to accomplish this for all children within a caring, Christian ethos.
At South Bersted Church of England Primary School, we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expect all staff, governors and volunteers to share this commitment. During our most recent Ofsted inspection, 2017, they recognised that ‘at the heart of the school’s highly positive and nurturing ethos is a commitment that all pupils have an equal opportunity to achieve success’ and ‘the school’s work to promote pupils’ personal development and welfare is outstanding.’
In ’learning for life and aiming for excellence’, we set high standards both for the children and ourselves working hard so that these can be achieved.
Mr Noel Goodwin
Monday 21st January:
– Eco Committee
badge presentation (10.10am)
Tuesday 22nd January
– Governors Monthly Meeting
Friday 25th January
– Future Flyers (12.30pm)
w/c 28th January:
– Year 6 Bikeability
Tuesday 29th January:
– Able Writers at Portfield Primary
Friday 1st February:
– Year 6 Class Collective Worship
– Year 3 visiting
Fishbourne Roman Palace
– Year 5 visiting Chichester Cathedral