Welcome to
Leconfield Primary School

Welcome to Leconfield Primary School – We ROCK!

At Leconfield Primary School, our goal is to provide a safe, nurturing, and inspiring environment where children receive the support and challenges they need to thrive both personally and academically. We believe in valuing each child’s unique qualities and helping them achieve their best potential.

We hope you find our website informative and helpful. It offers a glimpse into our aims, vision, and activities, but it can’t fully capture the vibrant experience our school provides. There’s no substitute for seeing our community in action, and we warmly invite you to visit us to experience it firsthand.

If you have any questions, need more information, or would like to arrange a visit, please don’t hesitate to contact our school office. We’re here to assist you and ensure you receive a warm and welcoming reception. We look forward to meeting you and sharing what makes Leconfield Primary School special.

Mrs Katie Tracey
Headteacher

‘ Pupils, including those with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND), are given extra support if
they fall behind.’

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‘Pupils learn how to stay safe, including when using the internet.’

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‘Pupils enjoy attending this school.’

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‘Across
the school, pupils behave well both in lessons and during social times.’

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‘Teachers encourage pupils
to read in a variety of ways.’

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‘Leaders ensure that staff have the training and support to meet the needs of pupils with SEND’

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‘Pupils learn to develop their independence from an early age.’

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‘Pupils enjoy their role as ambassadors for the school, welcoming visitors and organising fundraising events.’

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‘Leaders are working to further improve their curriculum.’

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‘Leaders know how important it is for pupils to enjoy reading.’

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‘One group of pupils is supporting the community to develop a sensory garden in
the local area.’

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‘There are consistent routines and high expectations.’

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‘In
mathematics, the ‘small steps’ of knowledge that pupils must learn are clearly identified.’

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‘Learning builds on what pupils already know. Teachers have strong subject knowledge and support pupils to develop their reasoning skills.’

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‘There are respectful relationships between adults and pupils.’

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‘Pupils feel safe in school. Bullying is rare.’

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‘Staff have given careful thought to what
children will learning each term.’

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‘Pupils are supportive of one another’

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‘Leaders and teachers promote a respect of different cultures and ideas.’

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‘The safeguarding of pupils is a priority in school. Staff know pupils and families well.’

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‘Pupils move around the school sensibly.’

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‘Pupils are respectful of people with different backgrounds or beliefs.’

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‘ The early years staff know their children well.’

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‘One pupil, typical of many, said, ‘We should treat others as we expect to be treated ourselves.’

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‘Leaders encourage pupils to take on responsibilities in school.’

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‘ Children learn to read as soon as they start at school. Welltrained staff skilfully help children to read with increasing confidence.’

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‘Pupils are confident that staff will help them if they have any concerns.’

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‘Pupils listen carefully to other people’s opinions.’

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‘Children enjoy exploring the purposeful learning environment that staff have created for them.’

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‘Pupils enjoy taking part in a wide range of extra-curricular experiences, such as rugby club and choir.’

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