At Inkpen Primary School we are proud of our pupils & staff and the positive atmosphere they create. We are a small, rural school for 4-11 year olds in the beautiful village of Inkpen, West Berkshire.
Our School Day
8.35am Gates Open
8.45am Morning Registration
1.00pm Afternoon Registration
3.15pm End of School Day
Inkpen’s supportive, family atmosphere and small class sizes, mean that we are able to maximise the potential of each child and nurture their individual success. We aim for life-long learning; happy children who are confident, independent and self-motivated learners.
Values are ideas that help to guide the way we think and behave, underpinning the life and work of our community. Research shows the positive effects on pupils, both socially and academically, when adults model and teach about universal, positive human values.
We hope, at Inkpen, to inspire our children to adopt positive values in their lives so that they can strive to be the best people they can be and actively demonstrate these values in their daily lives, helping to create a sustainable world. We hope that the values we instil in our children, can help to influence their actions, attitudes and relationships, enabling them to navigate life in a positive manner.
At Inkpen, we have 5 key values, which help to guide us:
- Resilience (The language of Growth Mindset)
Inkpen Primary School takes seriously its responsibility to protect and safeguard the welfare of children and young people in its care. “The welfare of the child is paramount” (Children Act 1989).
If you would like to visit the school, please phone or email – we love showing people round.
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“Sometimes mountains loom in front but the shadows never chill us”
Red Kite class