Dear Parents and Carers,
As Headteacher, I am delighted to welcome you and your child(ren) to Temple Primary School and I look forward to forming a close home/school partnership over the coming years.
As a school, we firmly believe that the child is at the heart of their learning, and to this end, we work extremely hard to ensure that all pupils have equal opportunities to do the very best they can in a caring, child centred environment.
We have an enthusiastic, highly motivated staff committed to a caring, child-centred ethos. We offer skilled teaching, a creative curriculum and high academic standards, as well as concentrating on the education of the whole child. We cater for each child's needs within a context of firm, yet sensitive guidance. We know that EVERY child can achieve, and through good teaching and learning and the partnerships we build with parents and the wider community, our children leave school as confident, able learners equipped with the skills and knowledge to continue their lifelong learning journey.
Education is a partnership between home and school, therefore we place a great deal of emphasis on our partnership with parents/carers. We believe that children learn best when home and school work together for their benefit. When your child starts school, that is not where your job ends and ours begins. It is where our job begins and yours continues!
When starting school, children bring a rich tapestry of knowledge and understanding about the world around them and they have already learnt much from you - their first teacher. It is our aim to build on these skills and promote a willingness and enthusiasm to learn more.
You are, of course, very welcome to come and look around for yourself, just ring the office to arrange a convenient time.
I look forward to working with you in the coming years of your child's primary education and sincerely thank you in advance for the hard work, dedication and generosity you bring to our school family.
The information contained on this website is correct at the time of publication. However, it cannot be assumed that there will be no changes during the year.
- Mr. John Nish