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Welcome to a new year at St Luke's C E Primary School. We are very excited to welcome our new Reception Children and their families to St Luke's. If you are the parent of a child starting school in September 2022 please telephone the Infant office to book a tour of the school. If you have any queries please call Teresa at the Infant Site/Alison or Wendy at the Junior Site.

Admissions

 

 

Coastal Learning Partnership is the admissions authority for its member schools and, as such, admissions policies are determined by the Trust Board and in line with requirements of the Statutory Admissions Code.  Coastal Learning Partnership works closely with the relevant Local Authorities in the administration of its determined admissions policies.

 

Please follow the link below to access the admissions policies and further information on applying for a school place:

 

 

Our school is characterised by a desire for children to achieve high standards in literacy and numeracy within a rich, broad and balanced curriculum. It has a happy safe and supportive atmosphere, with a strong commitment to helping children of all abilities to succeed. Children are engaged in their learning by experiences that excite their imagination and develop their thinking. They learn in many different ways, through high quality teaching in the classroom and beyond, from each other, from adults other than teachers, before school, after school and at home. Children at St Luke’s understand their responsibility towards their own learning and are actively involved in celebrating their achievements and welcome the next challenge. At St Luke’s children take pride in their learning and achievements and want to do well.

 

Our Early Years’ base contains two classrooms and a shared outside learning and play space. The children quickly gain in confidence and have a real sense of belonging. Learning is carefully planned to be active and challenging. Each child is seen as a unique individual and we recognise that children develop and learn in different ways, therefore we teach in a variety of ways. All areas of learning are linked and seen as equally important. We also have high expectations of parents and their involvement in their child’s learning. A strong, positive relationships with parents enables children at St Luke’s to be resilient, capable, confident and self-assured.

 

We are holding parent tours for children who are due to start school in September 2022.  Please telephone the school office if you wish to book

an appointment. 

 

Please note you will need to inform us EVERY year by the first Monday in July if you wish your child's name to remain on our waiting list for the following academic year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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