Mayfield Primary School

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23rd May 19
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About Mayfield

A Warm Welcome from the Headteacher

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Welcome to Mayfield Primary School. We are a deeply nurturing and inclusive primary school, priding ourselves on high standards of behaviour and academic success, where all staff care deeply for the needs of all the children and families we serve.


It is our sincere aim that every child who enters our school feels valued, understood, respected and successful. The very same is true for their families.


Every single child has the potential to really shine and find his or her place in the world. We will help them to do that by providing opportunity, support, motivation and inspiration.


I am immensely proud of the team I lead here at Mayfield and of the dedication, compassion and professionalism they show each day.


Please spend some time exploring this website and telephone the school office to arrange a visit. I will be very pleased to meet with you and tell you more about what we can offer your son or daughter, should you choose Mayfield for their primary education.


I look forward to hearing from you.


With my very best wishes,
Jonathon Weeden
Headteacher

Our motto is 'Valuing Every Achievement' and this is at the heart of everything we do.

Our Mission Statement : Our mission is to ensure that all individuals are equally valued within a caring, happy and safe environment, where everyone works to their full potential.

Our School Aims:
At Mayfield School we aim to provide the highest possible standards of education for all our children by:

 

  • providing a broad and balanced curriculum for all our children and to strive for excellence so that each child can progress to meet their individual potential.
  • assisting all our children in developing skills and interests to enable them to have a positive approach to leisure time, both in and out of school and the future.
  • regularly monitoring our performance in order to raise standards.
  • working in partnership with the local community and industry to deepen an understanding of the wider world.
  • owards the realisation of his / her full potential, regardless of age, cultural background, disability, gender, race or religious belief.
  • providing a challenging, interesting and stimulating environment.
  • recognising that parents are the prime educators and by encouraging a close partnership between home and school.
  • promoting a respect and understanding for the cultural and religious principles of others.
  • aiming to develop self-confidence in all our children and a respect for others by fostering positive relationships and values acceptable to the community.

To apply for a Reception class place at our school please apply to Lancashire County Council by completing the online application form - www.lancashire.gov.uk

If you wish to contact school and speak to the Main Office, Headteacher or SENDCO, please use the contact details at the top right of the homepage. Alternatively, if your enquiry is related to Special Educational Needs, you can contact the school SENDCo via email at rhinchliffe@mayfield.lancs.sch.uk