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Head's Letter


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Head's Letter


Welcome To Devonshire Park Primary School

 

I am delighted to welcome you to our family at Devonshire Park Primary School.  Families are at their best when everybody feels happy and cared for.  All members of our school family are expected to give their best for themselves and each other so that we can share in a safe, and vibrant community where we can all “Learn and Grow”.

I hope you enjoy being part of our family and sharing with us during your time at Devonshire Park and hopefully longer….

Mrs J. C. Billinge B.Ed (Hons) NPQH

 

"The welfare of the pupils is at the heart of all decisions made in the school. As a result, this is a very happy community which is valued by pupils, parents and the wider community."  Ofsted 2015

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Our Mission And Ethos


Our Mission And Ethos


OUR MISSION AND ETHOS

Devonshire Park Primary School believes in developing potential and personal success in a happy safe and caring environment.

Central to our ethos is the development of individual pupils’ esteem and self-image so that they feel happy, secure, respected and loved. We want to foster a relationship of respect and trust built on a secure, caring environment in which all learning can be sensitively and effectively implemented.

Devonshire Park is a school that values each person’s contribution, irrespective of gender, race or religion. Our values are based upon a happy, hardworking and secure environment in which children are encouraged, supported and well motivated to realise their full potential and achieve high standards.

 

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School Aim


School Aim


IN OUR SCHOOL WE AIM TO ACHIEVE THE FOLLOWING:

  • Create a caring and safe environment

  • Support everybody’s individual needs

  • Achieve high standards through high expectations

  • Help children develop a balanced, happy and healthy lifestyle

  • Help children become more active learners in a stimulating challenging environment

  • Involve parents / carers in all aspects of school life

  • Develop confident young people who are self motivated and self aware

  • Provide a varied and stimulating curriculum so that all can enjoy, learn and achieve

  • Encourage children to respect different people’s beliefs and cultures

  • Enrich children’s experiences through wider links with the community

Andy Heywood, Chair of Governors

Andy  has had 20 years teaching experience in the primary sector in Wirral. After 12 years as a primary school teacher, he worked for Wirral LA as the Study Centre Manager at Tranmere Rovers FC, delivering the Playing for Success scheme. A programmes for Wirral schools