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Our Mission Statement 



Our school purpose is:- 



Which is underpinned by 4 core values;

1. Look and learn beyond the classroom.

2. Aim high so everyone can shine.

3. Care, share and belong.

4. Lead, teach and learn with passion.

Click here to see our School Development Plans




These clarify our ethos, our expectations and aspirations for adults and pupils. Their publication and high profile in the school intends to give them a high status with pupils, parents, staff and the community and thereby inform everything we do.  When we evaluate our work and impact as a school this will include regular reference to our aims and values


At Leavening Community Primary School we believe that "small school, BIG learning" sums us up perfectly! We aim to maximise each child's personal and academic potential in our supportive, stimulating and positive learning environment. We have an ethos of mutual respect; high self esteem is promoted and all achievements are celebrated. We are an inclusive school.

 Click here for more information about our key values

Click here to view our golden values for behaviour.

Click here to view our Missions Statement

Click here to view our DFE results 

Click here to view our School Brochure

 Click here to view our latest Ofsted Report

Our school community says..

'I love the positive energy that emanates from the head teacher, influencing the day to day running of the school and its outlook.'- Parent

'I love the way that children of all ages interact and support each other.  Seeing them play together creatively in the playground is very heartening.' - Parent

'Teachers keep the pupils interested in learning through their own positive outlook and great teaching skills.' - Parent

'You learn it yourself; it’s not just teachers talking to you. It’s a better way of learning.' - Year 6 pupil.

'We are asked what we want to learn and how we want to learn it' - Year 4 pupil

'Everyone cares about each other; we are a family'- Year 2 pupil

'It is like walking into a hug' - Visiting professional

'It is a very special place and everyone belongs' - A new member of staff (September 2018)


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