Great Hollands Primary School
Welcome to Great Hollands Primary School. We know that choosing a school for your child is an important decision and we take this opportunity to thank you for your interest and to invite you to come and see what we can offer your family.
Great Hollands Primary School is proud of its many strengths and of being a school that offers excellence within a happy, caring and supportive environment, in which parents/carers and governors play an active role.
We are very lucky to have a large, green field site within the centre of Great Hollands, which is easily accessible to the community and which provides us with many opportunities for learning out of doors.
We are extremely well resourced with a purpose built gymnasium, excellent ICT facilities and extensive grounds. We are an inclusive school, committed to providing an education that provides equality of opportunity for all children in an environment in which they feel valued, respected and fairly treated. We hope that you will share in making this a happy and successful time in your child’s life.
We look forward to welcoming you and your family.
Mr. Mike Purdy BEd (Hons)
Chair of Governors
For more information visit our website: www.greathollandsprimary.co.uk/
|Wooden Hill Primary and
Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 8DB
Tel. 01344 421117
We are proud of Wooden Hill, its pupils and their achievements, its dedicated staff and governors and the happy and creative working atmosphere.
It is a lively primary and nursery school with a team of staff and governors who are able to offer a wide range of skills and talents.
The school is organised so that pupils and staff can identify with a particular team. Every one in the team knows each other well, so that each child feels special and secure.
For more infomation visit our website: www.woodenhill.ik.org/p_About_Us.ikml
|Easthampstead Park School
Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 8FS
Tel. 01344 304567
Easthampstead Park School serves the community of Great Hollands and also support the education of students from other parts of Bracknell Forest, who wish to take advantage of our excellent facilities and resources. For a number of years the number of students available from primary schools has declined but the school has retained the high level of performance for its more able students especially in the Sixth Form.
The intention of the Headteacher, staff, governors and students is to make Easthampstead Park School the highest performing community school in the the borough and to provide its students with a broad balanced education in a safe and highly stimulating environment. The school is fully inclusive and has facilities to cater for all learning including special physical and education needs. We are continuing to upgrade our sports facilities and are a path finding school with regards to the use of technology in the teaching and learning of all age groups.
To ensure the safe and enjoyable learning for our students we have positive guidelines to reward excellence in both lessons and as citizens of the school. The students and staff have agreed a set of consistent rules and classes are taught with a consistent routine and an emphasis on the creation of a positive learning environment. We listen to our students and parents opinions and through their support we continue to develop our communication networks and the use of data to inform the learning of our students. The future of the school is based on the cooperative working together of the staff, governors, the parents and carers and the students.
For more information visit our website: www.epschool.org/
|St Margaret Clitherow
Catholic Primary School
Bracknell, Berkshire, RG12 7RD
Tel. 01344 424030
St Margaret Clitherow Catholic Primary School is an attractive, well-kept building in very pleasant grounds, which are well-used. It opened in 1976 and has recently benefited from refurbishment, extension and reconstruction to enclose open-plan classrooms. It is situated in a residential area on the outskirts of Bracknell, a short distance from the church in the parish of St Margaret Clitherow.
There are 209 pupils on the school roll, which is slightly smaller than average for a group 2 school and of these 66% are Catholic, 23% are of other Christian denominations and 3% of other faiths or none.
The socio-economic make-up of the school population is mixed, with a low percentage of ethnic minority children and a small number of traveller children.
Many of the support staff in the school and 50% of the teaching staff are Catholic.
Year six pupils transfer to a number of secondary schools including the Catholic schools of All Hallows, Blessed Hugh Faringdon, the Salesian College and St Bernard's.
The school has worked hard to put into practice the diocesan initiative of self-review and evaluation. This has involved a good deal of commitment and work for all involved and especially for the headteacher as religious education co-ordinator. The validators would like to acknowledge their recognition of this.
For more information visit our website: stmargaretclitherowbracknell.co.uk/