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Archbishop Courtenay Primary School

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Welcome to Archbishop Courtenay Church of England Primary School

On behalf of myself and my team of dedicated staff and governors, I am delighted to welcome you to Archbishop Courtenay Primary School, a place where our children feel safe and secure, and know they are cherished. 

Nurture extends beyond the classroom with our offer of support to families, along with our strong belief in fostering all our relationships with kindness and compassion. Our vision is threaded throughout our school, it is its heartbeat, it shapes everything we do.  Archbishop Courtenay is a safe haven for all our community, offering hope and aspiration to all our children as they travel on their journey through our school.  We offer a firm foundation for our unique and diverse pupils, respecting each child’s individuality to ensure they learn to value themselves and others, not only within our school family but beyond.  We do this though our broad and balanced curriculum, providing a rich menu of exciting and motivating learning activities that make creative links between all aspects of our children’s learning. We encourage our children to use their imaginations to inspire their love of learning and develop a sense of wonder.

We are guided along our spiritual path by God’s love, reflecting on the world, our lives, whilst drawing on our school values, compassion, friendship, resilience, aspiration and respect.  This makes us part of a strong, resilient and proud community ready to thrive and flourish together.

We would love you to come and see our school in action so please do not hesitate to contact us direct and arrange a visit.

Yours truly

Sue Heather

Headteacher 

Letter of introduction from our new Headteacher, Mrs Sue Heather

Our New School Vision

The Wise and Foolish Builders Video Parable

Our school vision is accompanied by a Bible story - The Wise and Foolish Builders.
This story teaches us that Jesus is strong and dependable. If we put our trust in Him, He protects and comforts us in hard times. Archbishop
Courtenay Primary School represents the ‘house’ built on the rock, a safe haven for all our families, staff and friends, particularly when times are tough. We will always support our community and welcome you with kindness, respect and of course a smile.
Here is a contemporary interpretation of the parable of the wise and foolish builders found in Matthew chapter 7 for you to watch - enjoy!

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