Our School is a place where happy memories are made. Each child is safe, cared for and learns to care for others, is valued for being themselves, is supported in learning to make the right decisions and challenged to be the best they can be.
A welcome from Mrs Southward
Welcome to our school website
The educational journey of your child is of the utmost importance; it is vital that you should want to find out more about the opportunities and resources that are available for your child.
As you explore this site, I hope that you will gain an understanding of the philosophy and values of our school.
Our School Values (Friendship, Equality, Respect, Determination, and Inspiration) are based on the Olympic Values and are the golden thread that weaves through everything we do at Asquith Primary.
You will see that we aim to build a school where achievement is high and every child is able to develop and thrive within a supportive atmosphere, where learning is fun, and the value of each individual is clear. We believe in educating the ‘whole child’ and champion an ‘I can’ culture to raise self-esteem, confidence, resilience, discipline, attainment and achievement among our pupils. These are the key ingredients not just for a successful school life but for lives lived in the wider community.
Please contact us, should you wish to visit Asquith Primary School. I would very much like to meet you, but more importantly, I would like you to see the school, talk to the children and staff and experience for yourself the excellent curriculum and opportunities that we offer to all our pupils.
Our website is not just for those of you who are new to Asquith Primary School, but also for pupils, parents, governors, and members of the local community of the school.
You will find a wealth of information about forthcoming events; policies; projects and trips on our website, as well as important and useful links, end of key stage results and our most recent OFSTED report.
I look forward to welcoming you to the ‘Asquith family’!
Mrs Trudie Southward