At Preshute Primary School, we offer the very best in primary education in a safe and stimulating environment, through a well-balanced, and creative curriculum, which is tailored to the needs of every child. Children work in a very caring and motivating school setting, and respond well to all aspects of school life. Christian principles underpin all that we do at Preshute Primary School. The Head teachers and staff endeavour to create an environment that is forward-thinking, and are quick to implement new strategies that can benefit the children. We are driven to help children to be good citizens of the future - fair, kind and resilient, to have a thirst for knowledge, and to embrace challenges.
The children are very much involved in the decision-making process of the school, and are proud of each other and our achievements. Preshute Primary School is very welcoming and always listens; please do feel free to come into school to discuss any aspect of your child's education with our staff and Head teachers. The website will give you a flavour of our school’s aims, the activities that the children are involved in, the achievements that we strive for and the wealth of memorable experiences that the children encounter.
Thank you for your interest in our school. We look forward to developing a very positive and successful partnership with you.
Neil Baker, Executive Head Teacher
Claire Hann-Perkins, Interim Head of School
Peter McGuigan, Chair of Governors
Please note that the early May bank holiday for 2020 has moved from Monday 4 May 2020 to Friday 8 May 2020 to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day.
Some events are new to Preshute for this year:
Each class will hold two assemblies a year where the children will be able to share their curriculum successes with their parents, carers and any other relations. These will either be on a Thursday or a Friday starting at 9am, followed by an open classroom where parents and visitors can look at the work in the classroom. Please check the calendar for the dates.
50p from every ticket sale will go to Children in Need. If you are able to volunteer at either the Infant or Junior disco, please contact the PPSA.
More details to follow.
Please click here for a copy of the PowerPoint presentation from the Parents Forum on 30 September, together with the questionnaire results.
Please complete the forms above (or pick one up from the office) to register your interest ASAP and hand them in to the school office. Once we know those attending a club, we will let you know how to pay (except for French - follow details on Saleha Pinhorn’s form for payment details).
ALL CLUBS HAVE RESTRICTED NUMBERS, SO WILL BE ALLOCATED ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS. CLUBS WILL NOT BE VIABLE TO RUN IF TOO FEW PARTICIPANTS, SO PLEASE BOOK ASAP IF INTERESTED.
Please make sure you put your empty crisp packets into the special crisp recycling boxes at school. They will be sent off to Terracycle for recycling. If each of our (approximately) 200 pupils eats only one bag of crisps each week for a year, that's a staggering 10,000 empty crisp packets that we can avoid going into landfill. Thank you to all of you who are already embracing this pupil-let "green" initiative.
After the success of the Year 4 and 5 radio days last term, Mrs Claire Hann-Perkins, Interim Head of Christ Church Primary School, has been teaching Year 2 about preparing scripts and presenting on radio this week. To hear all the reports from "Radio Preshute", click below.
In July all year groups were taught first aid by Worsley Training. The sessions, geared towards each particular age group, included CPR, dealing with choking and bleeding, and dialing for emergency assistance. Thank you to the PPSA for funding this event and for providing our pupils with such an important life skill.
Preshute Primary School is very fortunate in having a hard-working, innovative and energetic group of parents, grandparents and members of the local community working with us through the PPSA and Grand Gestures Team to raise funds and beautify the school and grounds.
Preshute Church of England Primary School
High Street, Manton, Wiltshire.
01672 512 754
Executive Head Teacher: Mr Neil Baker
Interim Head of School: Mrs Claire Hann-Perkins
Deputy Head Teacher and SENCO: Mrs Mary Mundy
Admin officer (Reception and Telephone): Mrs Ange Baldock