Pensford Primary School

Pensford Primary School

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“Pupils feel safe
at school and are kind
to one another. They like
being at school and appreciate
the many experiences
they have.” - Ofsted
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Welcome toPensford Primary Mortarboard

Welcome to our small and vibrant primary school. We are a close school community, who work as a supportive and dedicated team to ensure we do the best for every single child. We are very proud that Ofsted have visited us recently and described how good we are!  We enjoyed a great celebration of this on Friday, 16th June.

 Our school has developed considerably in recent years and many positive changes have been brought about, leading to our strong Ofsted report and very high levels of parent satisfaction.  We are proud that 100% of parents and carers have said recently the Parent View survey that they recommend the school to other parents. You can see by clicking here how parent feedback is very strong in all areas.  The Ofsted report will be published on their website soon, but for now you can read it here.

In September 2016 we had a new headteacher – Warrick Barton.  He and all the other members of the school community (including two class teachers who joined in April 2016 and new leadership at governor level) have successfully steered the school on its journey well away from the ‘requires improvement’ status conferred back in June 2013.  Our key aim remains: to be considered ‘outstanding’ by all stakeholders.  A look around our website will demonstrate this and you are more than welcome to visit us in order to see the many excellent aspects of our school that we and the children already see here every day. Read more…

Want to work at Pensford? Although we don't currently have any vacancies, one way to gain great experience in schools that can lead to work is to volunteer.  If you are interested, please do let us know.

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Term 1 winners were Blackwell and Term 2 winners were Cabot.  In Term 3 Blackwell took the crown but in Term 4 Cabot came back and won again.  Cabot went on to win again in Term 5 and have been crowned champions for 2016-17 after yet another win in Term 6.  Well done to all the children for the 14,808 incidents of adults seeing great examples of our school values being upheld and awarding Dojos!  Special congratulations to John in Kingfisher and Cabot for his achievement of 301 points in the year - more than anyone else in the school.

Here are the final scores for Term 6:

  • 273
  • 338
  • 297
  • 281



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