BEAM COUNTY PRIMARY SCHOOL
Creating a Lifelong Love of Learning
On behalf of everyone at Beam County Primary School, I am pleased to present this website to you. It will give you an insight into what we can offer you and your child. Whilst the website cannot replace direct personal contact between school and home, it is hoped that it will act as a foundation for good relationships between us.
Parents and carers are the most important influence in their children’s lives and it is they who ensure children come to school with the right attitude to learn. We aim to develop a close partnership with you so that every child in our care has the best possible chance of social and academic success.
In choosing Beam County Primary School, a large vibrant multicultural school, you will be choosing a place where children are valued and cared for, where they are kept safe, healthy and secure and where learning and achieving in a stimulating, fun, and creative environment is high on the agenda.
As a whole school community, we constantly strive for excellence. From our strategic planning to our delivery of the curriculum and the wider curriculum, we constantly aim to be the very best that we can and offer the very best education and care that we can. This is outlined in our Vision Statement.
One way of doing this is through our Strategic Document. This is a planning document covering the school’s long term planning over a period of three or four years. As a part of the planning process, we identify areas (priorities) that we want to develop over a period of time that will enable the school to become even better. Please press here to read this document.
At Beam, you will be part of a school where the expectation to succeed in diverse ways is promoted and where children make a positive contribution to the life of the school community and beyond. More importantly, they enjoy their time here.
I trust that your association with the school will be a long, successful and happy one.
I look forward to you and your family joining our school community.
Miss T Whittington