All children, staff and governors offer you a warm welcome to Sea View Primary School’s website.
This is a school with an amazing atmosphere and an ethos which holds the children at its heart. We are lucky to have a highly-skilled, committed team who strive for the upmost success for our children and who have a caring and supportive ethos at their core. Sea View Primary School is a unique school and I feel privileged ,as the new Head teacher, to be leading us forward.
At Sea View Primary we deliver on what we believe. We provide children with an enriched, creative and flexible curriculum so that your child gains English, mathematical, scientific and technological skills. We aim to build your child’s confidence, to teach them to make decisions and to develop their ability to articulate feelings and ideas. We strive to provide happy and new experiences that in the future become memories of our pupils’ school life. It is vital to promote the development of our pupils’ social skills, to enable them to build positive relationships with other children and to be sensitive to the feelings and needs of others.
It is our aim to build on the secure foundations and current achievements of our school ensuring that our school is forward thinking and ambitious within a supportive and safe environment. Our staff fully appreciates how important each year of a child’s school life is towards preparing them for their future. Our school team are passionate about teaching and have high expectations, not only for the children but for all members of our school community. I hope you will support our high expectations in all areas, especially in attendance and behaviour which naturally impacts greatly on achievement.
We understand that every child is unique, with their own strengths and talents and we will strive to ensure that our school continues to support children to be whole rounded individuals. Every child has the ability to do amazing things if a school provides the right opportunities.
We aim to work as a partnership with parents/carers. Parents/carers know their children better than anyone and therefore it is crucial that school and parents/carers work together so that each child is happy, makes good progress and “reaches new horizons".
Mrs J. Weightman