In partnership with the whole school community, and through the promotion of Christian values and practice, we will lay the foundations for life-long learning. This will be achieved through a creative and challenging curriculum which encompasses the moral, cultural, social and spritual dimension of our ever-changing world.
\\\"We are very proud of our happy and successful school and look forward to working in partnership with you to provide an excellent education for your child. Visitors to the school always comment on the lovely atmosphere and wonderful children we have here. To really get a feel for the school, you are warmly welcome to visit the school and see us at work!\\\" – Catherine Forrester, Headteacher
Our pupils are positive about all aspects of Knowl Hill. They recognise that staff know them well and listen to their opinions and they have lots of friends because everyone cares about each other. They enjoy the varied curriculum opportunities available and, in particular, the residential and day visits and the themed weeks we have.
We ask our pupils to contribute to all aspects of school life. For the last two years, pupils\\\' views have been sought on a variety of aspects, such as the appointment of staff, visits we take them on and extra curricular activities offered.
In line with our rigorous School Improvement Plan, we have introduced an exciting, cross-curricular and creative curriculum across the school, which ensures that our pupils are given the very best education. Pupil progress is closely scrutinised using clear assessment procedures across the school. ICT provision has been greatly improved and there are further innovative plans to ensure that our pupils access the most up to date technology in order to support their learning.
We offer a wide range of after school clubs including Table Tennis, Football, Judo, Media, Film, Art, Cooking, Tag Rugby and Multi-Sports. The children enjoy these activities and they are well attended.
“Knowl Hill Primary has many strengths. It is a happy school where pupils feel confident, valued and secure. Parents are extremely pleased with the individual care pupils receive. The education provided is satisfactory overall with strengths in Year 2 and Year 6. The quality of teaching is satisfactory overall and pupils make sound progress in their learning through the school. The leadership provided by the headteacher is good and management procedures are satisfactory overall. The school provides satisfactory value for money.” – Ofsted\\\'s view of our school.
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