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We are extremely proud of our school. The hard-working team of inspirational staff and governors are committed to sustaining the school’s vision to continue ‘building foundations for a love of life and a love of learning’.
Values based education is at the heart of all learning at our school. Guided by the Christian values and ethos that underpin our work here, we aim to provide the best possible education for every child, alongside outstanding pastoral care and support. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
We strive to ensure high standards of achievement for pupils whilst equipping them with the skills to become responsible citizens and independent life-long learners. At Upton St Leonards, we are educating and preparing our children for the future. Through our diverse and challenging curriculum, we aim to provide a wide range of exciting opportunities to inspire children, whatever their interests or talents.
Exploring the information on our website will provide a flavour of what life is like at Upton St Leonards CE Primary School, but we would encourage you to visit us to see the school in action, meet our staff and pupils and discover for yourself how your child could thrive here.
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Now which year group would like these little mystery parcels I wonder?
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Year 4 enjoying the bbc live lesson! Year 5 and Year 6L took part today. Ask them what they thought. Can they remem… https://t.co/no6UQRFu0Z
Don't forget to use your world book day token for one of the special wbd books free with your token or a £1 of any… https://t.co/oCVAqbPRcn