On behalf of the governors and staff I would like to warmly welcome you to Richardson Endowed Primary School. We are incredibly proud of our school - not just our outstanding educational achievements but of the wider opportunities we offer children and how much they enjoy school.
Making the choice of school for your child is one of the most difficult decisions you will make as a parent. Here at Richardson, we aim to recognise the unique potential in each child and to work alongside you as parents or carers, to ensure that your child becomes a confident and well-rounded young person. We have an excellent team of staff here who always aim to ‘go the extra mile’ for the children at our school. Keeping children safe and happy is always our number one priority.
Successful schools have many things in common; one of which is a good relationship with parents. We look forward to working closely with you to ensure we can achieve our aim of becoming an outstanding school at the heart of the community.
This website contains a wealth of information about our school. However, a website can only tell you so much. You are warmly welcomed to visit Richardson Endowed Primary School to look around and meet the staff and children.
We look forward to meeting you and to working closely with you during the time your child will spend at our school.
Mr M Fearn
School Vision and Aims
At Richardson Endowed Primary School we work together as a community to provide a safe, secure and stimulating environment where children are motivated to learn, are valued as individuals and encouraged to reach their full potential.
We aim to deliver:
- high expectations - of achievement, progress and behaviour
- strong teamwork - among children, staff , parents, governors and the whole community
- an enjoyment of learning - through a creative curriculum and effective teaching
- an effective partnership - with parents, our community and children’s services
- a personalised approach to learning - where the needs of every child are provided for
- a learning community - where everyone is valued, included and involved
We set our 'Shared Vision' each year, where the whole school community is represented: all staff, governors, PTFA, parent representatives and children from our school council. The vision is displayed in our hall and we keep updating it as we achieve our aims for the coming year. We start the session looking at what our dream school would look like but then break this down into achievable actions for the coming year as we work towards our goals of 'Love Learning, Love Life.'