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Welcome to Levendale Primary School

For all our pupils we seek to provide a happy and secure environment founded on mutual respect for one another. We aim to develop the childrens’ skills, knowledge and understanding through carefully planned and structured activities, which provide experiences to enrich and stimulate learning. All children are special and we seek to foster each individual’s unique talents and to provide support where difficulties arise.
Success in achieving these aims was acknowledged and applauded on a recent inspection (June 2013) by Her Majesty’s Inspectorate.
They wrote:
“ Pupils behave outstandingly well.  They say that the school cares for them well and that they feel safe”

“Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is very strong and pupils regard their school as a real community.  They are courteous and respectful to each other and to adults”

“Leaders and governors are very ambitious for the school and the pupils.”

“The headteacher, ably supported by an effective leadership team, provides strong educational direction and is determined to continue improving the school.”

If you are considering applying to the school but would like more information, or you would like to make a prior visit, please contact either Mrs Dearlove or Mrs McCullagh in the school office.

Dr R. Beadnall (Headteacher)
Here are some reports that we thought you may want to read!

To view our OFSTED Report click here Levendale Performance Table Data

News & Information

World Book Day photos

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Parent Consultations

To participate in a very short survey regarding potential online bookings for Parent Consultations, please follow this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/WBBFTDT

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Y5 Pupil Ambassadors

As part of our continuing involvement in the Stockton Pupil Ambassador programme, many of the Y5 children have written letters of application to me, describing why they would like to be an Ambassador and stating the personal qualities that make them right for the role.

After a shortlisting process involving the staff reading the letters of application, eight children were taken forwards into the voting stage where staff cast votes for one boy and one girl. The Pupil Ambassadors were informed of the results this afternoon (along with a Reserve Ambassador) and they have now received letters that will be going home this evening. I do not want to spoil the surprise for anyone, so will not announce the Ambassadors’ names at present – I will leave that until Monday!

Have a great weekend.

Mr Beadnall

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