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Our vision

Great Learning, Great Challenge, Great Fun.

At our school we want:

- To create happy, resilient, well balanced life-long learners, who strive to achieve more than they ever thought was possible..

- Our skills based curriculum to be an exciting, inclusive, inspiring, relevant adventure of learning.

- To provide an open community where we nurture a love of learning for everyone in the school family.

We have dedicated and hardworking staff who work closely with the parents, pupils and others to ensure we are constantly looking to improve and create the very best learning environment for all those within our school community. The school and Children's Centre are also active in the local community.

We believe that every child has skills and talents that will surface and blossom in a challenging, dynamic and supportive environment.

We believe that we have a key role in society in combating discrimination and promoting fairness, justice and equality through our teaching and in the role models we offer.

Our desire is to see every child, regardless of gender, race or ability, achieves the very best that they can in all aspects of school life. We recognise that all children have, and develop, different talents and strengths and that by creating a wide range of opportunities to demonstrate them every child in the school can, and should, achieve things of which they can be very proud.

We provide a happy, caring environment where children feel valued and view themselves as part of the wider community, working together to continually build upon our existing strengths and create a school of which we can all be proud.


Sythwood school has been recognised for its outstanding contribution in promoting inclusion throughout the school. We were joint second in the annual Accord Inclusivity Award out of all schools in England and Wales. Chair of the Accord Coalition, Rabbi Dr Jonathan Romain, said "Despite challenges of a diverse intake, Sythwood Primary School promotes inclusiveness and the growth of mutual understanding among its pupils to a very high standard. We are delighted to uphold it as a beacon of best practice."