- Welcome from the Head
- Documents and Policies
- Diversity and Protected Characteristics
- Eco Council
- Ethos & Values
- Financial Information
- House Captains
- Head Boy & Head Girl
- Catch Up Premium, Pupil Premium Funding and PE & Sport Funding
- Results and Performance
- Our Community
- School Council
- Staff Directory
- The School Day
Welcome to Middlestown Primary Academy
Dear Parents / Carers
The governors and staff hope that the information contained on our website will be helpful to you and your children. It is published for those of you who are new to our school community but also for parents/carers who already have children attending this school.
We firmly believe that the child should be at the centre of everything we do and our broad, balanced and creative curriculum is tailored to ensure that children are engaged in their learning and enjoy coming to school. Our enthusiastic, caring and professional staff work hard to ensure this happens.
We have created a safe and welcome environment with a culture of learning in which we have high expectations of all children. This enables them to achieve through challenge and support. We want every child to reach their potential and our ultimate aim is to create a lifelong love of learning. We want to give them not only new skills, knowledge and understanding, but also the key learning attributes that will enable them to succeed as they begin their path in life.
As a school our primary aim is that every member of the school community feels valued and respected, and that each person is treated fairly and well. We are a caring community, whose values are built upon mutual trust and respect for all. We feel that this will prepare our children to become respectful citizens in the future and that they will continue to show these same open and positive attitudes towards people they meet, regardless of their social or cultural background.
Our children are very well behaved and our behaviour policy is based upon a system of rewards and sanctions which aims to help children to grow in a safe and secure environment, and to become positive, responsible and increasingly independent members of the school community.
Please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any questions about the school or if you wish to arrange a visit.
Mrs H Young