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We would like to thank everybody for their support this past term.
We are now Number 1 in the league tables across the Dudley Borough.
This means our pupils in May 2014 achieved at least two levels progress in Reading, Writing and Maths. Our pupils also achieved at least level 4 in Reading, Writing and Maths. Well done to all the staff and children for their hard work! Outstanding!
School closes:- Friday 19th December 2014 3.15 pm
School opens:- Monday 5th January 2015 8.50am
Anthony Reddy Maths Parent Workshop YEAR 3 - 4 Parents Only
Thursday 15th January 2015@ Fairhaven 6.00pm - 7.30pm
Wednesday 4th February 2015 - 3.30 pm - 6.40 pm
Thursday 5th February 2015 - 3.30pm - 5.30 pm
School closes:- Friday 13th February 2015 3.15 pm
INSET DAY Monday 23rd February 2015
School opens:- Monday 24th February 2015 8.50am
Anthony Reddy Maths Parent Workshop YEAR 5 - 6 Parents Only
Thursday 19th March @ Glynne Primary 6.00pm - 7.30pm
INSET Day Friday 27th March 2015
Please make sure that your child has the correct PE kit in school each day - Thank you!
Blanford Mere Primary School
Tel: 01384 81 8365
Our School Aims
Our aims are ...
To provide each child with a broad and balanced curriculum so they acquire skills, knowledge and positive attitudes appropriate to their individual needs and ability, regardless of race or gender.
To teach all areas of the National Curriculum in an exciting and stimulating way.
To encourage children to be self disciplined, free thinking and to become good citizens.
To provide an environment which is safe, caring, lively and stimulating.
To encourage high standards of achievement, presentation and social behaviour.
To stress we are all part of a community which is working together and to enable everyone to feel a valued member of that community.
To foster respect for others irrespective of race, culture, religion, gender or status.
To instill respect for spiritual and moral values of all races and cultures.
To offer opportunities for children to be involved in extra curricular activities, eg. sports, music, art and educational visits.
To foster good relationships with parents so that they feel that the education of their children is a partnership between home and school.
To encourage all staff to develop and use their personal and professional skills.
To foster within the school a happy and caring community with involvement and commitment from teachers, children, parents and all support staff.