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Welcome to our website!

If this is your first visit to our school I hope our website gives you a flavour of what our school is all about.  If you are visiting as an existing member of our school community I hope you feel what you see reflects what you see or what you expect to see happening in our learning space around school.

We are committed to providing a high quality educational learning environment that is stimulating, interactive and engaging, and where children learn indoors and outside.  Our school is warm and welcoming; children are encouraged to be kind, friendly, polite and supportive, and to learn and play together in small and larger groups. We provide a broad and balanced curriculum that encourages children to be successful and resilient learners.  We have high expectations for all members of our school community and we value the contributions of everyone.  We believe every child will achieve their full potential through an ethos of challenge, support and encouragement.

I am very proud to be the Headteacher of this wonderful school and I look forward to working with you as part of our school community.

Zoë Andrews, Headteacher

Latest News: 

For the next 2 weeks; Easter Egg raffle tickets on sale, £1 per strip - Easter Egg Lucky Dip, 50p per go - 2nd hand uniform on sale

Up Coming Events:

Monday 29th April - Back to school & nursery for Summer term 1

Monday 6th May - May Day, no school or nursery

Thursday 9th May, 12.45-2.45pm - Year 2 All Stars Cricket Festival at Morton Cricket ground

Monday 13th May, 10-30-11,30am and 1.45-2.45pm Nursery children Cone & Play in FS2 session for children moving into school

Thursday 16th May, 10am - Friends coffee morning meeting

Wednesday 22nd May, 6.30pm - Governor Meeting

Friday 24th May, 10.30 and 2pm - Nursery parents Singing, Stay & Play session

Friday 24th May - Break up for May holiday week

Monday 3rd June - Back to school & nursery for Summer term 2

Wednesday 5th June - Whole School Sports Activity Day

Thursday 6th June - Year 2 Parents Assembly led by Miss White, Town End Junior School

Friday 14th June - Class Grup Photographs

Monday 17th June, 5.30pm - Information Meeting for Parents/Carers of new FS2 starters

Tuesday 18th June, 4pm - Year 1/2 Cluster Infant Fun Run

Wednesday 19th June, 2pm - Information Meeting for Parents/Carers of children currently in FS2

Friday 21st June - Educational residential visit to Lea Green for Year 2 children

Monday 24th June, from 11.30am - New FS2 starters lunch with Parents/Carers

Monday 24th June - Year 2 children to Town End Juniors for lunch & afternoon

Monday 24th June, 2pm - Information Meeting for Parents/Carers of childten in Year 1

Tuesday 25th & Wednesday 26th June - Tracnsition days for all children in school, Year 2 children to spend days at Town End

Thursday 27th June - Year 2 Cluster Mini Olympics

Friday 28th June - INSET Day, no school or nursery due to staff training

Monday 1st July - Parrots & Penguins educatonal visit to The Tropical Butterfly House

Tuesday 9th July, 1.30pm - Year 2 children to Town End for Music Makers afternoon

Friday 12th July, 1pm - Whole School & Nursery Sports afternoon and Summer Fayre

Monday 15th July - Year 2 children Forest Schools Day at Hardwick Park

Tuesday 16th July - FS2 children Summer Term Hardwcik Park educational visit

Wednesday 17th July - FS1 Teddy Bears picnic at Hardwick Park

Thursday 18th July - Year 1 Summer Term visit to Hardwcik Park

Thursday 18th July, 10am and 1.30pm - Year 2 Leaver's Assembly

Thursday 18th July, 4-5.30pm - Year 2/3 end of term disco

Thursday 18th July - Nursery break up for Summer holidays

Friday 19th July - School break up for Summer holidays, collection from 1pm

Wednesday 4th September - Back to school & nursery for Autumn term 1

Ofsted Report 2017

'Pupils are safe and well cared for.'

'Pupils enjoy school.'

'The curriculum provides well for pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.'

'Teachers plan interesting lessons that motivate and enthuse pupils to learn.

Ofsted Report 2017

Five Pits Partnership

Tibshelf Infant School

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