At Chilton Primary School we firmly believe in “One Childhood, One Chance” because every minute counts. From our children’s first moments with us in Reception as they learn how to be a great learner, to their final days in Year 6 as they ready themselves for the next step in their education, all that we do at Chilton focuses on every child becoming the best that they can be; to truly fulfil their every potential. Well-being, happiness, success and collaboration are the cornerstones of excellence in learning and our core purpose puts every child first.
Mrs Kate Law, Head of School
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Our vision for Chilton is a place where pupils will have excellent attitudes towards learning, enabling them to take greater responsibility for their own education and how it is delivered - to ensure it equips them with the aptitudes they need for the future in secondary school, higher education, university or the world of business and commerce.
We want Chilton to be a school with outstanding results and a well-deserved reputation for academic rigour delivered through an innovative and enterprising curriculum.
Chilton Primary School pupils come from all faiths, ethnicities and background, as a result create a learning culture where everyone, whatever their ability, is challenged to do better and supported to achieve.
We will continue to cater for the well-being of pupils emotionally as well as educationally and physically. Pupils will be confident, articulate and well-rounded individuals, who will achieve their very best and be prepared for a wide range of social and professional situations.
Chilton Primary School is committed to developing its staff to ensure they are always at their professional best. In practice this means time in the week dedicated to training and collaborative planning, as well as providing opportunities for staff members to take initiative and apply their own ideas.
We see our school as an active part of the local community, and this community, with its people, businesses and other organisations, as vital constituents in our curriculum and educational programme. We will give everyone a voice and opportunities to shape their ideas and together we will set a new standard of what a school can be - this will be the schools guiding aim, built on our principle "One childhood, one chance."
Staff Contact Details:
Mrs Law – firstname.lastname@example.org
Miss Barrow - email@example.com
Miss cheshire – firstname.lastname@example.org
Miss Wright – email@example.com
Miss Scarr – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Sutherland (Trust Business Manager) – Victoria.email@example.com
Mrs Hughes (Trust SENCo) - firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Lewis - Executive Headteacher - email@example.com
Reception and Key Stage One
Miss Jordan – firstname.lastname@example.org
Miss Davey – email@example.com
Mrs Gale – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Jones – email@example.com
Mrs Rowland-Hill – firstname.lastname@example.org
Key Stage Two
Miss Spickett – email@example.com
Mrs Cousins – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Miller - email@example.com
Mr Abel - firstname.lastname@example.org
Miss Lane – email@example.com
Mr Wheeler – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr Pile – email@example.com
Miss Isaac – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mr McAuley - email@example.com
Pastoral and Support Team
Mrs O’Grady – firstname.lastname@example.org
Mrs Archer – email@example.com
Mrs Downs – firstname.lastname@example.org
Miss Knight – email@example.com