Good attendance is necessary for all children, research shows that children who attend school regularly and puntually perform better overall and in their later lives. Therefore, the Government expects the level of school attendance for all primary aged pupils to be no lower than 97%
There have been a lot of complaints recently regarding parking around school before and after school. Please be considerate when parking, as some parents with pushchairs have not been able to get passed due to parking on corners of the streets and residents have been blocked in.
We have several children in school with severe nut allergies, which require an Epi Pen. Please do not send your child into school with any nuts or nut products e.g Nutella spread for snack or lunch, as this could be life threatening to these children.

Welcome

Welcome to Gorse Hall Primary School

Welcome Message

Gorse Hall Primary and Nursery School has many qualities that as the Headteacher I am very proud of. The most important of these being a happy, safe and inclusive environment for children to thrive and learn. We are a dedicated, motivated and caring staff who share a range of skills, experience and expertise. We relish opportunities to develop and sustain links with the local community.

In partnership with parents, carers and families we strive to provide our pupils with high quality educational experiences; high expectations and standards for all are promoted and secured. We aim for our pupils to develop personal and social qualities, skills and attitudes of which we can be proud of. We want children to enjoy acquiring and using knowledge and skills to question, explore and formulate positive attitudes, behaviours and personal beliefs. This allows confidence and independence to flourish for individuals to become successful lifelong learners.

Our broad and balanced curriculum provides exciting and challenging learning experiences to develop subject specific skills and valuable key skills for learning.

By working together at Gorse Hall the possibilities are endless…

Kind Regards

Miss Alexandra Flood

Headteacher