Blenheim Primary School

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01702 474684
School Way, Leigh-on-sea, Essex, SS9 4HX

Chalkwell Hall Infant School

We aim for all our pupils to be: Independent Enquirers, Reflective Learners, Creative Thinkers, Self Managers, Team Workers, Not just at Chalkwell Hall Infants School; FOR LIFE!
01702 478533
London Road, Leigh-on-sea, Essex, SS9 3NL

Chalkwell Hall Junior School

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01702 478570
London Road, Leigh-on-sea, Essex, SS9 3NL

Darlinghurst School Leigh

At Darlinghurst we aim to create a stimulating environment where every child feels valued and secure. We consider that a child's learning begins in the home and continues at school and beyond.
(01702) 478379
Pavillion Drive, Leigh-on-sea, Essex, SS9 3JS

Fairways Primary School

About the school The Fairways Schools were built in 1952 and 1953 and Fairways Primary School was formed in September 1985, when the Infant and Junior schools merged. There are currently 413 pupils on roll and the school has a two-form entry, with some classes containing less than 30 children. The Speech and Language Resource Base is an integral part of the school, the resource base children are included in all aspects of school life, with some fully included in mainstream classes. Set in extensive attractive grounds, the school buildings are spacious and very well maintained. There are two assembly halls, group work areas, individual classrooms, a superbly resourced library and an ICT suite. The school is decorated to a high standard. There are large playgrounds and a wide range of seasonal sports facilities including athletics track, hockey pitch, rounders squares and football pitches. We also have a maypole dance area and an adventure playground. A pond in the grounds is used to support the teaching of several curriculum areas. The site boasts many mature trees and shrubs, which offer a home to grey squirrels, badgers, foxes and a variety of birds Staffing comprises the Headteacher plus 20 class teachers. In addition the school employs a full-time Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator, a part-time specialist music teacher, part-time support teachers and teaching assistants. The school employs a large, enthusiastic team of mid-day assistants who work closely with teaching staff to ensure a well-managed lunch break. There are four members of the admin support team and their efficient and well-organised manner ensures that all aspects of school administration run smoothly. The full-time IT Technician and part-time Resources Technician work closely with all other staff. The Site Manager is hard working and thorough, and takes great pride in maintaining the school property to the highest standard. Fairways is a very happy, caring school with a dedicated staff who are working together to improve and maintain the quality of education at the school. The school had an OfSTED inspection in January 2008 to be told that Fairways is a good school with many outstanding features. The Healthy Schools Award and Artsmark were achieved in 2003, the NAACE Award for ICT in 2005 and the national IT Mark in January 2006. More recently we received the NACE Challenge Award for the provision we make for Gifted and Talented pupils, the Activemark for exceptional delivery of the National School Sport Strategy and was re-awarded the Basic Skills Quality Mark in May 2008. Assessment of individual children and classes is kept centrally. The attainment and progress of every child is tracked and the information used for informed planning. Children and parents are kept informed of rates of progress and next steps. As a school we recognise the importance of Information Communication Technology for our pupils, as this will play a key role in their lives. We have a superb suite of 16 PC’s, as well as a wide range of software to support the children’s learning. Every classroom at Fairways has an interactive whiteboard in addition to a range of IT equipment, which is used across the curriculum areas. All teachers have a laptop computer. All computers are networked with broadband access across the school. Children are expected to behave well and the school’s behaviour policy is vigorously enforced. The policy identifies the three rights of all members of the school community, which are: the right to be safe the right to have respect the right to learn. It is the responsibility of all members of the school community to allow others their rights. These are based on the school’s core values of Respect, Responsibility and Perseverance. The school enjoys a high reputation in the promotion of a very positive Personal Social and Health Education programme. The Educational Welfare Officer, School Nurse and Community Police Officer are closely involved in its delivery. The school is committed to safeguarding and
01702 525 693
The Fairway, Leigh-on-sea, Essex, SS9 4QW

Jotmans Hall Primary School

Welcome from the Headteacher At Jotmans Primary School every child matters. We aim to inspire children to enjoy thinking and learning, enabling them to achieve their potential and provide them with the skills to suceed in the 21st century. To attain this, the whole school community will work together and maintain the right to learn in a safe environment with mutual respect for others. Mrs. Nicki. Kadwill
01268 755 456
High Road, Benfleet, Essex, SS7 5RG

North Street Infants School, Leigh-on-sea

Our community school was built in 1890 to serve the fishing village of Old Leigh and there is still a village atmosphere which adds to its charm. Through the years many additions and improvements to the building have taken place. The school comprises of nine classroom bases, a small room for individual or group work, a library and I.C.T suite, hall and two comfortable sized work areas. A covered swimming pool is shared with the juniors and is used throughout the year. The grounds comprise of two playgrounds. There is also a small walled garden area for quieter activities plus a purpose built Foundation Year Area. Our vision is to continue to create a happy caring community. We are committed through managing the curriculum and by effective teaching to raise the quality of pupil learning and promote pupil achievement. We aim to make parents feel welcome at all times so there is no hesitation in coming to school to discuss the progress or well being of your child.
01702 476224
Leigh Infant School, North Street, Leigh on Sea, Essex, ss9 1qe

North Street Junior School, Leigh-on-sea

"Achievement for All", reinforces our sense of purpose to ensure the best for all pupils, exploring their full potential in all areas. We cannot do this without working together as a team, in partnership with parents and the community.
01702 476826
Leigh North Street Junior School, North Street, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, ss9 1qe

Westleigh Infant School

West Leigh Infant School Aim high, work hard, have fun West Leigh Infant School Ronald Hill Grove, Leigh-on-Sea, Essex SS9 2JB
01702 476610
Ronald Hill Grove, Leigh-on-sea, Essex, SS9 2JB

Westleigh Junior School

We are a school where children can enjoy learning and where achievement in all aspects of life is celebrated. We want our pupils to develop caring, confident and tolerant attitudes. Here at West Leigh Junior School we provide the environment, expertise and resources to allow this to happen. The school is fortunate in having a well-qualified, experienced, committed and enthusiastic staff and with parental support and co-operation, our children are happy and successful here.
01702 478593
Ronald Hiil Grove, Leigh-on-sea, Essex, SS9 2JB
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Appleton School Benfleet

During the last few years, the school has achieved numerous National Awards, including achieving Business and Enterprise College status, becoming a National Pathfinder School for Enterprise, Sportsmark, Artsmark Silver, Investor in People Status and Recognition of Quality Award, to name but a few. We are exceptionally proud of our students, all of which are entered for public examinations at the age of 16. We expect only the best from our students and naturally that involves hard work and consistent application to study. We provide: •A full, balanced and varied education for students of all abilities giving them the confidence to attain examination success above the national average. •A committed and dedicated team of staff providing quality education through co-operation with students. •An academic curriculum which includes: ?A range of science courses for all ?English and English Literature for all ?Mathematics for all ?A wide range of business and ICT courses for all ?A vibrant PE and Dance programme for all ?Extensive opportunities in Music ?The opportunity to experience a Foreign Language ?Technology courses which include Graphics, Systems and Controls, Food Technology, Textiles Technology and Resistant Materials ?An Arts experience which includes Fine Art, Design, Ceramics and Photography. •A wide range of extra-curricular clubs running every week caters for the needs of all students. As a Business and Enterprise College, we expect a professional approach to learning based on a sense or responsibility, participation and understanding the needs of others. This prospectus provides an introduction to an exceptional school. if you would like to view the school whilst at work, then please do not hesitate to contact me. Karen Kerridge, MA, BA (Hons) Head Teacher
01268 794 215
Croft Road, Benfleet, Essex, SS7 5RN
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Belfairs High School

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0844 4772555
Highlands Boulevard, Leigh-on-sea, Essex, SS9 3TG

King John School Benfleet

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01702 558 284
Shipwrights Drive, Hadleigh, Benfleet, Essex, SS7 1RQ

Southend High School for Boys

The school was founded in 1895 and provided the first secondary education within the Borough of Southend-on-Sea. It moved to its present spacious site on Prittlewell Chase in 1939. Southend High School for Boys is a Foundation school within Southend-on-Sea Local Authority. It is a grammar school, with entry dependent upon performance in selective tests set by the Consortium of Selective Schools in Essex (CSSE). Since 2001 the school has been a Language College, promoting modern foreign languages both inside and outside the curriculum as well as within the local community. It was a founder member of Southend Excellence Cluster, supporting and collaborating with nearly thirty primary and secondary schools. In 2006, as a high-performing specialist school, we were invited to become a Leading Edge school, promoting innovation in teaching and learning in liaison with local partner schools. Pupil numbers have been increasing over recent years and currently there are 1020 pupils on roll with over 274 in the Sixth Form, including some girls in the Sixth Form. The aims of the school simply put are: • The pursuit of academic excellence • Stress upon the personal and social development of the individual • The fostering of a positive set of values • Preparation of pupils for a responsible and enriching role within society. The school was last inspected in February 2009 when the coments of Ofsted (the Office for Standards in Education) included: The school 'is an outstanding school. The school has maintained its exceptional performance over the years, and has demonstrated an outstanding capacity to improve further. Students relish rising to the challenges set for them'. 'Achievement is outstanding. Standards are exceptionally high ... As learners, students are accomplished, and ... teachers have an infectious enthusiasm for their subjects.' 'Students speak very highly of the opportunities on offer to them, which enable them all to follow a very broad range of interest. Sudents enjoy their time at school ... They are extremely self-motivated.' 'The opportunities for students to excel and foster their talents in music, drama, sports and science are quite outstanding. Students regularly win prestigious national and regional awards.' 'Personal development and well-being are outstanding.' 'The excellent curriculum enables students to achieve in many different ways and to enjoy their time at school.'
0844 477 1752
Prittlewell Chase, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, SS0 0RG

Southend High School for Girls

At Southend High School for Girls we are proud of our school and I hope this website will give you a glimpse of the life of our community. The school was founded in 1913 and since then generations of students have benefited from a rigorous academic education and positive, happy ethos. The school has always aimed to help young women develop independent, open minds, curiosity and a keen sense of responsibility. Now, we expect girls to go to the best universities and colleges and to embark on careers where they will flourish and influence their community in a rapidly changing world. Although we are nearly 100 years old we are full of energy and relish challenge and change. The school offers a varied, challenging and ambitious curriculum and an exciting array of extra curricular activities. Ofsted commented on the exceptional range of opportunities available to girls during their time at SHSG. The facilities too are modern and well designed. Our new Art and Technology Block and Sports Hall opened in 2008 are the envy of all who see them and there are up to date facilities for Science and ICT. When you visit you will also see the welcoming reception area and the light and modern cafeteria. The school enjoys an excellent reputation locally: our results at GCSE and A level are enviable; girls excel themselves on work experience, working for charity and playing music and sport. Ofsted, in February 2007, found the school to be 'outstanding' and visitors often comment on the courtesy, consideration and attentiveness of our students. So when you come to visit you will be assured of a friendly welcome. We look forward to meeting you. For further information please contact the school.
01702 588852
Southchurch Boulevard, Southend-on-Sea, Essex, SS2 4UZ

St Thomas More High School

St Thomas More High School was founded in 1960 as an all boys' high school and expanded in 1996 with the introduction of our mixed sixth form. For the past forty years the school has been educating its pupils to realise their potential in an increasingly challenging and exciting world. While continuing to teach Roman Catholic values, the school is determined to help every student achieve success by offering a modern and diverse approach to education. In September 2004 we were awarded the specialist Maths and Computing college status. This has enabled us to develop these key areas, not only here at the school but also within the local community.
(01702) 344933
Kenilworth Gardens, Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex, SS0 0BW

Westcliff High School for boys

What we stand for Every School has its own ethos and identity. We believe this statement will be endorsed by the overwhelming majority of our parents present and prospective. *Westcliff is a caring, and disciplined School. No young person will learn effectively unless he is both happy and secure; unless his individuality is respected; his difficulties understood; his interests extended and his talent developed. At Westcliff we address the moral, spiritual, cultural and social as well as academic needs of each child. Discipline we have, and are prepared to enforce in the interests of the whole community, but our first responsibility is to encourage its development from within. *Knowledge and skills. We recognize that between the ages of 11 and 18 young people have to begin to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to equip them for adult life. Without these, they will leave School with few formal academic qualifications and they will be denied access to the more challenging, rewarding and satisfying careers. *Worthwhile activities and beliefs. Knowledge and skills by themselves serve little purpose unless those who have them have also a coherent set of values. We believe it is important that those in a position to influence young people try, with patience and sensitivity, to encourage them towards a respect for worthwhile activities and beliefs. *Academic Values. We hope that boys at Westcliff will acquire not only qualifications but a respect for scholarship and learning as things worthwhile in themselves. They should develop an appreciation of human achievement in art, music, science, literature and public life but they should also learn to think critically, to respect evidence, to distinguish between opinions and prejudices and to make balanced judgments of their own. *Personal Values. We try to foster a respect for the importance of work, self-discipline, initiative, reliability, punctuality and tidiness. We believe that it does matter how we dress, how we speak and how we conduct and organize our lives. It matters too that we have high expectations of ourselves. *Moral Values. We care too about conduct, about honesty, trustworthiness, integrity, tolerance and respect for the opinions, beliefs and interests of others. We care not only about what we achieve but how we achieve it. We try to encourage boys to recognize the inter-dependence of individuals, groups and nations, to understand that life ought never to be entirely self-regarding and to appreciate that we do have obligations to others and to the community. We believe that from those to whom much is given, much is expected. If a Grammar School education is a ‘privilege’, it should make us conscious of our duties. The ethic of service we regard more highly than that of self-interest: we are part of a community, not isolated and self-centred individuals. We hope that all parents with children at Westcliff will accept these as legitimate and worthwhile values and will work with the School to enable them to be part of the experience we offer to each pupil.
01702 475443
Kenilworth Gardens, Westcliff on sea, Essex, SS0 0BP

Westcliff High School for Girls

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01702 476026
Kenilworth Gardens, Westcliff on Sea, Essex, SS0 0BS

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