Everyone in the school is encouraged to develop to his or her full academic and creative potential and to think, question, discuss and evaluate.
The school promotes personal and social development. Everyone is encouraged to join in a wide variety of experiences in addition to those associated with the classroom. The pursuit of ideals and qualities such as enthusiasm is encouraged.
Co-operation and care for others is fostered. Everyone is encouraged to explore his or her responsibilities at home, at school and in the local and global environment.
The school is staffed and resourced with this in mind and the curriculum is planned to offer the widest possible range of opportunities. Constructive parental involvement in the life of the school is encouraged and all parents are welcome to contact and to visit the school as they wish.
As educators, we believe that all children, regardless of their ability, gender, race or creed should be given every opportunity to learn, grow and develop in a safe, caring and happy environment. Our school motto, `Happy to Learn', together with our mission statement and aims, acts as a focus for all our work in school. Our commitment is for all children to recognise their talents and abilities and strive to achieve their full potential in all that they do.
We aim to provide a wide range of high quality learning opportunities for all our pupils and to help them grow into independent and responsible young people. There will be many opportunities for you to share in your child's formal education; the school staff, teaching and non-teaching, are always keen to discuss any aspect of your child's development with you. You are entrusting your children into our care but we appreciate that as parents you have a great deal to contribute and we value you tremendously. We firmly believe that we can only achieve the best for your child by working closely in partnership with you the parents.
Anchorsholme Primary School was opened in 1967 and is in a pleasant residential area to the north of Blackpool. The school caters for children between the ages of four and eleven years and there are currently approximately 620 pupils on roll. The teaching areas have been so arranged that the infant and junior departments are integrated yet are still able to maintain their own special identity within a modern primary school. A purpose built early year's unit, housing three classrooms, was built in 1999 and a five-classroom KS2 extension was completed in October 2001.
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