Welcome to Archbishop Courtenay Primary School
We would like to welcome you to Archbishop Courtenay Primary School. As a senior leadership team, we will work to provide the best education for our pupils within an exciting curriculum and purposeful values. We are excited by this new phase of the school and the team of amazing staff we have with us to lead learning in the twenty-first century.
A bit about Mr Fisher……
I am the Executive Headteacher. This means that I will be looking after two schools which means I am here for about half of the week. I have been in education for over twenty-five years and a Headteacher for fourteen of these years. I have worked across a number of schools in Kent, Essex, Hertfordshire and London. I am really lucky to have a great Head of School in Mrs Magner who will lead and manage the daily running of the school. We are also supported by great leaders in our Assistant Head Mrs Evans, our super middle leaders, a strong team of teachers, support staff, site manager, and administration team headed up by Mrs Morgan. Our team of Governors provide strong challenge and support and we value all their contributions to making the school the best it can be.
A bit about Mrs Magner….
I have been involved in education for over twenty years and have been a Senior Leader in schools for nearly a decade, bringing lots of experience to my role as Head of School. I am delighted to be taking on this role, which means I can now share and develop the love of learning that I have. Through working with you all as families, as well as the wider community, I hope to ensure your children grow and develop into well rounded individuals, ready for their next steps in the world when they leave us.
“Our vision is to create an outstanding, flagship school serving our local community, unlocking and developing the potential of all our
A thought for us all
Children Learn What They Live
A child who lives with criticism
learns to condemn.
A child who lives with hostility
learns to fight.
A child who lives with ridicule
learns to be shy.
A child who lives with shame
learns to feel guilty.
A child who lives with tolerance
learns to be patient.
A child who lives with encouragement
A child who lives with praise
A child who lives with fairness
A child who lives with kindness and consideration
A child who lives with security
learns to have faith.
A child who lives with approval
learns to like himself.
A child who lives with acceptance and friendship
learns to find love in the world.