We are delighted to report that we have been rated as Good by Ofsted in their latest inspection. The full report can be read on our website at:
Message from the Executive Headteacher
I feel an enormous sense of privilege to have the opportunity to lead Claycots School Partnership from January 1st 2019. As a Headteacher for 13 years and a teacher for 15 years, I am delighted to lead this extremely dynamic school.
Claycots is a hugely exciting place to be. It is a school that is committed to achieving the highest quality learning experience for all of its children. The recent Ofsted report clearly states that leaders are resolute about improving pupils’ progress and providing a high-quality education. In my role as strategic lead for Claycots my aim is to continue to raise standards and progress and promote a strong learning environment where all children and teachers are passionate about learning and creativity, and where all children and teachers are confident in knowing the next steps in learning.
Our aim at Claycots is to inspire our children and the community through our Claycots’ LIVE values by making the most of opportunities, including extracurricular activities, sport, Outdoor Education, languages and music. Claycots will continue to provide our children with exciting opportunities for them to understand their world and environment, to gain inspiration from others and to have the self-belief and self-worth to inspire others. The school will strive to help our children develop their self-confidence and curiosity so that innovation and investigation are a natural part of learning.
Most importantly, I want all children at Claycots Primary School to be given the necessary tools, skills and knowledge to reach their full potential in academic subjects and life-long skills in an environment which is caring, stimulating and safe. As an educational practitioner and leader, raising standards and children making good progress has been the highest priority in my vision and will continue to be my passion and drive at Claycots through the delivery of outstanding learning, teaching and curriculum provision.
A SAFEGUARDING MESSAGE FROM CLAYCOTS
Safeguarding our children is the highest priority for the Claycots School community. Safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children is everyone’s responsibility. In order to fulfil this responsibility effectively, all staff members make sure their approach is child-centred. This means that they should consider, at all times, what is in the best interests of the child. All staff members have annual Level 1 safeguarding training (and have been fully briefed in the 2018 Keeping Children Safe in Education documentation). All staff were trained in PREVENT in September 2018. In addition to this, all staff members who are involved in recruitment have had Safer Recruitment training. The school has a large team dedicated to supporting children and keeping them safe – please click on the “Safeguarding” tab for more information on this work. The school has a detailed policy on the website which explains what we do to keep children safe, in line with the DfE guidance “Keeping Children Safe in Education 2018”. If you are worried about the safety of your child in school, please speak to your child’s teacher or Year Leader straight away. If you are worried about another child in school, please ask to speak to a Senior Leader. If you need to report a concern to Slough Children’s Services, you can do this by calling 01753 875362
Our Safeguarding Team comprises of:
Interim Designated Safeguarding Lead
Mr Manpreet Panesar
Deputy Designated Safeguarding Leads
Mr Andrew Griffin (Executive Headteacher),
Mr Luke Graham (Headteacher - Town Hall),
Mrs Sarah Mijatovich (Headteacher, Britwell)
Designated Deputy Safeguarding Leads and Designated Teachers for LAC
Miss Rebecca Austin (SENCO - Britwell),
Miss Sarah Squires (SENCO - Town Hall)
Ms Emma Galloway (Family Worker - Britwell)
Governor responsible for Safeguarding
Mrs Rupinder Sondh
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