BANTOCK PRIMARY SCHOOL
English, Mathematics, Computing, Physical Education, Religious Study, Scientific, Historical, Geographic, Artistic and Design Aspects Related Theme Study, Arts, Digital Technology, French Classes, PSHE, Music, Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural Development, Outdoor Learning, British Values & Global Learning
Bantock Primary School provides a happy and exciting environment to inspire you to learn and grow. The school team continually strives to achieve the very best for you and your child to create successful and happy children. Bantock Primary School seeks to ensure a broad, balanced, and stimulating curriculum that engages and challenges children's learning and takes into consideration their cultural and linguistic diversity. They enable all pupils to excel, both academically and socially, so that they are confident, self-assured, and well equipped. Bantock Primary welcomes children from many different countries, speaking a variety of languages and celebrating most major world religions.
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ELSTON HALL PRIMARY SCHOOL
Mathematics, Science English, Multi-Cultural Learning, Foundation Subjects Such as Geography, History, Religious Education, Computing, Music and Digital Technology, Personal, Social and Health Education, Physical Development, Literacy, Understanding the World, Communication and Language, Expressive Arts & Design
Elston Hall Primary is a part of the Elston Hall Multi Academy Trust group of schools. The school empowers staff and governors to develop their professional expertise and fulfill their role as valued members of a team, working to achieve the aims of the school, through effective leadership systems and professional development of staff. Elston Hall Primary is providing a curriculum that is broad, balanced, enjoyable, and challenging, differentiated to meet the needs of all their children. They offer plenty of extracurricular clubs during and after school hours. They allow children to do their homework in a fun and creative way. Free school meals are available.
International School Award from 1 September 2016 - 31 August 2019
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THE ROYAL SCHOOL
Sporting and Social Extra-Curricular Activities, Core Subjects of English, Mathematics, Science and Computing, Understanding Skills, Creative Responses and Independent Thinking, Opportunity for Making and Doing, Embedding Reading, Writing and Communication, Personal, Social and Emotional Development, Physical Development & Creative Development
The Royal Primary School offers an inclusive education from Reception through to Year Six (ages 4-11) progressing through the three developmental milestones laid down in the National Curriculum. The school aspires to provide every child with a solid foundation for success reflected through their five core values of Respect, Community, Initiative, Trust, and Risk. The Royal Wolverhampton Primary School follows and enhances the National Curriculum, in particular laying firm foundations in the core subjects of English, Mathematics, Science, and Computing. They offer around 70 clubs and activities each term, and after school club is available.