Achieving -:- Believing -:- Caring
WELCOME TO THE NEW TERM!
We look forward to welcoming staff and pupils back this week and hope that you have all had a wonderful summer break.
There will be two INSET days on Wednesday 1st and Thursday 2nd September and children are then welcomed back to school on Friday 3rd September. You should have received a letter from Mr Tucker regarding the new term.
Just a reminder of routines at the beginning of the day:
Children in Year 4, 5 and 6: Gates to the playground open at 8:30am. Doors open at 8:40am. Staff will be on hand to meet the children.
Children in Year 3: Go to the main office entrance for 9:15am where the children will be met by their teachers in the school hall (Friday 3rd September only).
Any 'new to St Lawrence' children starting in Year 4, 5 or 6 please come to the main office at 8:30am where you will be met by your teacher.
End of the day all children are to be picked up from the playground:
Year 3 children can be collected from 3pm (Friday 3rd September only).
All other children to be collected at 3:15pm.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
PLEASE SEE A VIDEO MESSAGE BELOW FROM ALL THE STAFF AT ST LAWRENCE JUNIORS TO ALL OUR WONDERFUL CHILDREN.
VIRTUAL SCHOOL TOUR
Make sure the sound is enabled to get a description of each part of the building.
Welcome to St Lawrence.
At St Lawrence we aim to develop a love of learning in our pupils that will stay with them throughout their lives.
Achieving their very best is our aim for all children; they do this through the purposeful learning and engaging experiences we give them. We strive for excellence in all that they accomplish and inspire them to work hard and overcome challenges in order to be successful. Children are valued for who they are and their own individual achievements and progress. By creating a strong partnership with parents, they are supported to reach their potential in both their school work and in their own personal development.
Believing in themselves and each other is at the heart of St Lawrence and we provide our children with a range of opportunities to explore the spiritual, moral, social and cultural aspects of life. The education of our children has its foundation in Christian beliefs and values, and children are taught about the Christian faith. We welcome children of other faiths and expect all our pupils to learn, first hand, tolerance for the religious beliefs and observances of others.
Caring for themselves and others, children at St Lawrence develop their understanding of the world and the impact they can have on it, both locally and in a wider context. This is done in a safe, respectful and friendly environment. The school seeks to help children to be ready to take their place as active citizens and to accept and fulfil their responsibilities as they progress through their childhood and on into adulthood.
At St Lawrence, we aim to promote equality and tackle any form of discrimination. We actively promote harmonious relations in all areas of school life and seek to remove any barriers to access, participation, progress, attainment and achievement.
Our children come first in everything we do.
This school continues to be good. The leadership team has maintained the good quality of education in the school since the last inspection.
"This school continues to be good."
Ofsted, May 2018