I am delighted to welcome you to our school website and positively encourage you to spend a few minutes exploring our site so you can discover the 'magic' that is Crossflatts Primary School.
First and foremost, the children are at the heart of all we do at Crossflatts Primary School and we strongly believe it is our responsibility to provide a place where everyone feels welcome, safe, secure and highly valued. The education we provide is of the highest standard possible and inclusive of everyone.
Our unique Crossflatts Curriculum frequently provides innovative opportunities and inspiring experiences, which light the fires inside our children and highly motivate our children as learners. This is underpinned by both the Foundation Curriculum and the National Curriculum.
We also view it as our responsibility to play a significant role in shaping core values within our children. We view these as fundamental building blocks to ensure our children develop as people as well as life-long learners. It is vital they are equipped emotionally, morally and academically to contribute positively to our wider community and society at large.
We are here to ensure that each and every one of the children who arrive through our doors leave as the greatest version of themselves that they can possibly be. If I were to sum up my vision into one sentence as the Headteacher of Crossflatts it would be ‘Come as you are and leave at your best.’
We are proud to be a cornerstone of our local community and we greatly value the successful partnerships we share between our families, community and Crossflatts Primary School and recognise these as integral to the happiness and success of our pupils.
I am intensely proud to be the Headteacher of Crossflatts Primary School and lead a school with wonderful children and a dedicated team of incredibly committed and hardworking professionals who all work relentlessly hard to deliver nothing less than magic.
Nicola Bennett - Headteacher
Great football tournament @BfdSchoolGames today- looking forward to next week! #teamcrossflatts ⚽️
4:54pm - 20th March, 2023
What an amazing week we have had in school for British Science Week! From exciting experiments, to hearing from inspiring visitors. Here are some more photos of what we have been up to across school 🔬🧪💡#BritishScienceWeek2023 @ScienceWeekUK @PrimaryFutures
4:17pm - 17th March, 2023
More British Science Week fun in Year 2! A local midwife visited their science lesson yesterday and the children learnt all about babies and how we look after them. We are very lucky that we are able to connect with our local community this week! #BritishScienceWeek2023
4:51pm - 15th March, 2023
Year 3 have celebrated Science Week at @RHSHarlowCarr today! We took part in a workshop called Planting for the Planet, looking at all the different ways that plants can help the environment! What a brilliant time we have had and what fantastic science learning! 🌱 🌳
4:21pm - 15th March, 2023
Y4 have been busy so far during British Science Week! They have been exploring the theme ‘connections' through their learning of sound and linking this to their work on the Romans. They have also been lucky enough to receive a visit from a senior pharmacist! #BritishScienceWeek
3:42pm - 15th March, 2023
Y6 took part in a virtual session today all about ‘Connecting communities with power’. We found out all about power networks and learnt so much about electricity! Some of us even managed full marks in the quiz at the end 👍 #BritishScienceWeek2023 #STEMlearning
3:23pm - 15th March, 2023
To kickstart British Science Week, yesterday morning we welcomed Clinical Scientist Helen to our school. Helen spoke to the children about how she became a scientist and all about her important role in healthcare. An amazing start to our week 😊🔬🧪🩺
12:35pm - 14th March, 2023
Year 4 & 5 were lucky enough to receive a visit from local author Simon E. Wilkinson this morning. He shared his own writing experiences and how he was inspired to write his fantastic book- The Mammoth and The Moonstick! A great start to our Tuesday!
12:33pm - 14th March, 2023
Last weeks sports leads: football! ⚽️
1:06pm - 8th March, 2023
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