WELCOME!
I am delighted to welcome you to Seaview and hope that your visit to our website will help you to find out how your children learn and what we get up to here! We aim to ensure that the children are happy throughout their years with us and we pride ourselves in valuing the individual and celebrating success.  We have very strong home/school partnerships and welcome the support that parents can offer, not only to their own children but also to the wider school community. Parental support helps to enhance the activities on offer to the children and we value offers of help in any capacity.
Our curriculum is broad and balanced and we make every effort to ensure that it is relevant to today's society and therefore meaningful to the children.  We use a variety of learning and teaching approaches and offer many opportunities for the children to learn independently and as part of a group. The skills they will develop will be essential to them as they progress beyond primary school and face the demands made of them as they get older.

We believe that learning should be enjoyable and believe that fun is an essential part of life at Seaview Primary. We want our children to leave with very happy memories of their time here, having achieved success and feeling motivated and enthusiastic about their future.

We also believe that it is essential to create a school community where a fundamental value system is at its core, helping us to get it right for every child. The values of wisdom, justice, compassion and integrity are the basis on which our aims have been developed.  These give us a framework within which we can reflect and through which we can help our children to become responsible citizens within society, today and in future years.

I hope your visit to our website will give you a flavour of the activities the children take part in as well as giving you information on what and how the children learn.

I look forward to working in partnership with you and should you have any issues, concerns or ideas for improvement, please feel free to share these with me.

Scott Haxton
Headteacher


 

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