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We believe that safeguarding is everyone's responsibility. Everyone who comes into contact with children and their families has a role to play. In order to fulfil this role effectively we ensure that our approach to safeguarding is child centred. This means that at all times we consider what is in the best interests of the child.
For more information about safeguarding including our policies please visit our Safeguarding and Online Safety pages found under the Key Information tab.
For our Visitors and Parents Safeguarding Code of Conduct please click here
As a resident of Bisley myself, I am extremely proud to be able to say that I am the Headteacher of Bisley C of E Primary School which is an open, honest and caring school with a strong Christian ethos. Most importantly, the pupils are at the centre of everything: every decision is made with the pupils' best interests at heart. We strongly believe in educating the whole child; the head, the hand and the heart and we want every child to leave Bisley being the best they can be. Not just the best academically, but leaving being the best all rounded young citizen ready to take on the challenge of the world; ready to embark on a job that may not have been invented yet.
Children only get one stab at primary education and therefore it is vital that we give them every opportunity to succeed. We have a strong focus on well-being and happiness for all children and adults. As a school we understand that if the children feel safe and happy they will be able to learn and challenge themselves. If the adults are well looked after and valued they will be able to flourish and succeed in their own learning and their roles within school.
As we are a growing school we currently have spaces from Year 1 to Year 6 (please click on our Prospective Parents quick link to the left). If you are looking for a school place for next September or now I would encourage you to come and visit us to find out more. We would be delighted to give you a tour of the school and the opportunity to have a chat with me or a member of the Senior Leadership Team. We are keen to share with you our plans for the future as well as our current and past successes.
Mrs McConnell, Headteacher
"I am extremely proud to be able to say that I am the Headteacher of our school."
Mrs McConnell, Headteacher
"Through God all things are possible."
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Here's what Ofsted had to say...
"Pupils have very positive attitudes and they want to do well. They learn in a happy, safe and calm environment and this encourages them to behave positively. They get on very well together regardless of background and say that everyone is welcome. Pupils enjoy learning and the additional challenges that teachers provide for them"