At Chase Terrace Primary School we pride ourselves on the education we provide in a warm and caring environment. As part of our school’s ethos we put the child at the heart of everything that we do.
Chase Terrace Primary School is a large primary school with 300 children on roll. We can be found in the town of Burntwood in south Staffordshire on the edge of Cannock Chase.
The school has a nursery and also provides wrap around care from 7.30 am until 6.00 pm. Please contact Little Owls Before & After School Club. Details of both the nursery and the care club can be found on the link in the menu to the left.
Each class is supported by teaching assistants and our facilities include an ICT Suite and two sports halls. We are also very lucky to have extensive playing fields where the children enjoy sports and play at break and lunchtimes.
If you are interested in our school and would like to come and visit us please do not hesitate to contact us.
To find out about what is going on in school please have a look at our calendar. If you have any questions about events please do nor hesitate to contact the office where Mrs Smith, the bursar, will be more than happy to answer your questions.
A shared vision of the school’s purpose, values and beliefs is important. To ensure this the school staff met to agree upon what is set out below. The meeting included both staff and governors. We also spoke with the children and consulted with the student council to come up with the values that are important to us here at Chase Terrace Primary School.
Our purpose, values and beliefs
At Chase Terrace Primary School our purpose is to develop the children both academically and socially by giving them the skills for life. In addition we develop the children’s confidence and self-belief so that they can reach their full potential as rounded citizens and life-long learners.
Underpinning everything that we do are our values:
Respect, determination, honesty, friendship, pride and enthusiasm
We believe that children learn best when all staff and governors:
· Demonstrate their belief that all children can succeed
· Model the school’s values and high expectations
· Show passion and enthusiasm for the children’s learning
· Provide a safe and happy environment where the children feel listened to, cared for and nurtured
We also believe that children learn best when the curriculum:
· Is interesting, exciting and develops the children’s social and academic skills
· Reflects the school’s values and is linked to the children’s community
· Provides challenge and is accessible so that all children can develop well
· Is relevant to the children’s lives and gives the children an enthusiasm for learning