Welcome to Dr Triplett's CE Primary School
Choosing a school is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. This choice is very personal to each family and we hope our website will help you in that decision. You are very welcome to come in to Dr. Triplett's for an informal chat and a tour around our school.
We believe that your child’s education is a partnership between home, school and child therefore you will be encouraged to be fully involved with your child’s learning. We will welcome your active participation in the life of the school through voluntary help, becoming part of the Parent Teacher and Friends’ Association as well as supporting your child with his/her homework and our behaviour policy.
Once your child is part of our Dr Triplett’s family, you will be invited to regular parent consultation evenings with the teachers as well as meetings to keep you fully informed of both planned learning and your child's progress. However, our staff are always available to discuss any aspect of your child’s education and welfare on a daily basis. We are certain your child will enjoy their time here, discovering and developing a wide range of different abilities to the full. We aim for every child to thrive through 'Learning for Life'. Whilst valuing academic achievement, we also want our children to enjoy music, sport, the arts and to flourish individually so everyone will 'Be the Best I Can Be'.
Our website outlines our aims and policies, which we hope will enable you to gain an overall picture of our expectations for your child’s development.
We want to serve our community by providing a broad education of the highest quality within the context of Christian belief and practice. An understanding of the meaning and significance of faith, promoting the Christian values of Love, Compassion and Respect for each other is encouraged. This ethos underpins everything we do. We look forward to working with you and hope you will feel very much part of our school family.
Mrs Anderson, Headteacher
Mrs Byles, Associate Headteacher
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