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About Landscore

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To download the Landscore Prospectus, click the link below:

All members of our school …

will make informed choices about being healthy and staying safe

will thrive in a safe and happy learning environment

will engage with a vibrant curriculum and fulfil their capacity to learn

will become self-confident, informed and active citizens

will treat each other with respect

will be equipped to cope with change and engage with the world around them

The school has 13 modern, well equipped classrooms plus a library, music room, art room and a large all purpose assembly hall, which is fully equipped with stage lights and an excellent sound system. Our ICT provision is excellent with a range of PCs, laptops and tablets in classrooms and workstations across the school. Every class has an interactive whiteboard and data projector. There are two hard play areas and a large playing field, an adventure play area and agreed areas for specific types of games and "quiet" activities. The field is enclosed and surrounded by trees, and banks of shrubs. In addition there is a woodland area with a pond, a fire-pit and den-making resources. Early Years has an enclosed outside area for  play and learning activities. We have excellent facilities for growing and composting and are just about to build our third greenhouse. There is an attractive entrance foyer and reception area and electronic access control on all main doors. The main pupil/parent entrance and cloakroom now has a wide TV monitor on which the school's weekly diary, general notices and pupils' work is displayed. The school is fully adapted for disabled access, with bespoke physiotherapy room, extensive line markings to support children with visual impairment and a lift to the upper floor.

Landscore is well prepared to deliver the new National Curriculum 2014. Below are two documents for you to download. The first is a letter outlining the national curriculum and our approach to its delivery. The second is a detailed grid of the skills children will learn as they pass through our school.

School Curriculum letter for website.pdf

Landscore Skills Progression 2014 website.pdf

There are currently 338 pupils on roll and these are organized into 13 single and mixed age classes. There are 11 full-time and 4 part-time teachers, a non-class based Headteacher, 20 Teaching Assistants working with small groups or individual children with Special Educational Needs and a part-time ICT Assistant. The school is organized into three teaching teams, Team 1 (Foundation and Key Stage 1), Team 2 (Years 3 and 4) and Team 3 (Years 5 and 6). In addition there are teams of mealtime assistants, catering and cleaning staff and two administrative staff. All staff members work together to share and promote the school's positive ethos and commitment to develop all individuals and help them to achieve their best. Staff and children aim to work together in an atmosphere of mutual respect and co-operation. Landscore is a happy and successful school.

As well as setting and aiming for high standards of academic achievement, pupil behaviour and personal values, Landscore offers its pupils a number of extra-curricular opportunities, including sports, music, dance, French, drama, environmental education, Kung Fu, Film Club, chess and art. We also host music teachers who give individual and group lessons in a range of instruments. As a result, the school enjoys considerable success in these areas and children achieve very well.