Welcome to Linden Primary School
It is with great pleasure that I welcome you to the Linden Primary School website and thank you for taking an interest in our school. Here you will find a snapshot of life at Linden Primary School, as well as providing up to date information for our parents and pupils.
Linden Primary School is situated in Gloucester City and we currently have 445 on roll from Reception through to Year 6. As a school in the centre of the community, we pride ourselves on placing our children and their families at the heart of everything we do.
Our school values to nurture, respect, inspire and achieve underpin all we do and the high expectations we have set for ourselves are reflected in our school ethos of ‘Growing Together to Create Lifelong Learners.’
Linden Primary School is special for all those involved: pupils, parents and families, staff and Governors. We aim to recognise every individual for their unique blend of skills, talents and attributes and provide them with the support, confidence and right level of challenge to achieve their goals. In addition to a broad, creative and inspirational curriculum, our school prides itself on the pastoral care that we provide. We recognise that in order for our pupils to learn and reach their full potential, they need a happy, caring, respectful, hard-working and safe environment.
Our website gives you an insight to our happy and welcoming school. However, to really experience Linden Primary School, please do come for a visit. We warmly welcome visitors and appointments are made through the school office.
We look forward to meeting you.
Dear Parents & Carers,
Each year the staff and governors review the progress we have made in teaching, learning and school improvement. These reflections enable us to identify areas of focus for our continued improvement and development for the future. These reflections and evaluation form part of our ongoing school self-review cycle and helps us to devise the ‘School Development Plan’.
We are looking to identify our priorities for 2019-2022. Any suggestions and any further areas of development will be included in a new version of the School Development Plan which will be formulated at the end of the Summer term. Throughout the year you will receive updates about our progress against our improvement priorities and it is very important that all members of the school community have the opportunity to contribute towards this plan. All parents and staff are asked to contribute as of course, are the children, who are asked for their views regularly.
We would be grateful if you could take a few minutes to complete the attached questionnaire, so that your suggestions can be included. Please return the questionnaire to the school office. This document can be submitted this electronically if you wish, sending it to email@example.com.
Thank you for your support.