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“The consistently strong leadership of the headteacher enables all staff to work effectively as a team. Consequently, teaching and pupils’ achievement have improved.” - Ofsted 2013
Welcome to Shaw Hill Primary School
“I am proud to be the Head Teacher of such a happy, caring and hard- working school.
We strive to achieve the highest standards by stimulating and challenging the children. We have high expectations of every child and they work hard to show their best.
We believe Shaw Hill Primary School is at the heart of our community. We have positive relationships with the children and their families, which enables us to create a friendly, safe and supportive environment for all to achieve and enjoy.
We have a caring and hard-working staff team who bring out the best in our children. We are focused on developing the knowledge, skills and understanding which will enable the children to be happy, successful citizens and be prepared for life in modern Britain.”
Mr N. Bhatti
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service for children and young people
up to the age of nineteen. You can contact
a ChildLine counsellor about anything-
no problem is too big or too small.
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Keeping your children safe matters!
Internet Matters is a not-for-profit
organisation which aims to help parents
keep their children safe online. We believe
in maximising children's potential online,
while staying safe and Internet Matters
can help parents to address this important
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We are fully committed to the Prevent
Strategy as part of our safe guarding
and child protection duties. To this end,
senior leaders have received managerial
training in Prevent, with all staff
receiving WRAP training in September
2014. Key elements of the Prevent Strategy
are reflected in our Anti- radicalisation
policy, safeguarding policy and our
commitment to building resilience
against extremist views amongst children
and young people.
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