Welcome to Medway Community Primary School
Welcome to our new website, launched November 2016. Medway has recently de federated from Sparkenhoe and now stands once again in its own right with Mr Williams as the Headteacher.
We are a mixed-gender local authority primary school catering for children aged 3-11. We have recently expanded our previous 2 form entry school and now cater for 3 classes in Years 2, 4 and 6. Our school is located within the 'Highfields' community of Leicester. Pupils come from a wide variety of religious and cultural backgrounds which we value and celebrate throughout the year and through our curriculum. We are all an equal part of the Medway Primary School Community and we believe that experiencing and embracing the diversity of our school community is culturally enriching for our students.
"Together we will succeed” is our school vision. This means that we work together to make sure our pupils succeed to the highest standards across the curriculum, develop a positive attitude to learning and behave well. We give our pupils the values, knowledge and skills that they will need to be successful in their education and to contribute constructively within society. This is achieved through partnerships involving pupils, parents, teachers, support staff and the wider community.
Our website outlines the range of activities accessible within our busy school and provides regularly updated information for both parents and pupils. We hope that you enjoy your visit and find all the information you are looking for.
Thank you for visiting!
Update from Mr Williams
So much to say has happened this term!
Excellent academic achievements with the highlight being a splendid Ofsted report. Whereas we thought the Ofsted report was fair and identified some of our great work, we felt it didn’t go far enough in applauding the efforts of the staff that remove barriers to children’s learning. We are very proud of the work we do with our community, our ESOL class which are full, our inspiring Family Learning and our Community and Family Welfare team that keep children safe.
As this is my last update of the year, I wish everybody a happy and enjoyable summer holiday and look forward to seeing everyone safe and well in the new academic year.