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Chilcote Primary School

Chilcote Primary School

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Welcome to Chilcote Primary School


Welcome to our school’s website, the place where hopefully you will get a real sense of who we are and what our school represents. We have started the new academic year boasting a new school sign designed by Lilly West, one of our Year 6 pupils. With our school motto AIM HIGH very clear to see, the four different coloured hands are representative of our House system.

Having been Headteacher of the school for two years now, I can identify three things that have   consistently formed the make-up of the school on a day-to-day basis. The first is that the school is always a very busy place; educational visits, sports tournaments, peripatetic lessons and much more. Secondly, the positive approach to learning which our pupils adopt and display.  Finally, the commitment of a hard-working teaching and support staff team who put children first. Whether teachers, teaching assistants, administrative staff or Governors, we all subscribe to the statement on the image below and strive to ensure that our pupils experience this during their time with us.



Despite our very pleasing 2017 results, one of our key areas for development in 2017-18 is to further enhance the quality of teaching and learning in Writing. If and when you visit Chilcote for the first time, or even if you are a returning visitor or parent/carer of a pupil currently in the school, what you can be assured of seeing is polite and thoughtful children who are eager to learn and a teaching team within a purposeful, caring and supportive environment where our pupils thrive

We are confident of a fruitful learning journey this year. You are most welcome to join us on this journey; we value our partnership with you.


Debbie Doherty

September 2017




'The behaviour of pupils is outstanding. Excellent lesson planning encourages pupils to become self-aware, resourceful learners. Pupils say that staff ‘teach us the techniques to help us understand how we learn best and how to apply them to teach ourselves’.' OFSTED March 2014

AIM HIGH - Chilcote School