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At Salmestone we are passionate about creating 'Excellence for All'.

We want our children to be equipped with the personal and academic skills to be successful individuals.

Our school values are:

Integrity- We are honest and do the right thing even when it’s difficult

Ambition- We believe that we can reach our potential no matter the challenge

Community- We are kind and support each other to make our school a happy and positive place

We have our own Nursery and provide an excellent transition programme for children about to enter our Foundation Stage.

Our buildings are well maintained, are bright and welcoming thanks to many recent investments. We are committed to 21st century learning and preparing our children for the future. Every class has an interactive whiteboard.

We provide a daily breakfast club as well as a range of before and after school clubs.

Staff at Salmestone have high aspirations for our pupils. It is our aim to engage all our children in their learning, developing a love of learning and so creating a community of confident independent learners who are well prepared for secondary school and beyond.

We have an open door policy for current and prospective parents; we encourage strong links between home and school for all our children and their families. We believe in school and home working together effectively, for the benefit of all our children.

At the heart of this is the provision of a safe and happy learning environment for all our pupils. A sense of community and belonging, with pride in self and school, is key to this.

Please contact the office to arrange a visit to see how Salmestone can help your child to grow, or follow us on Facebook for regular updates from the school.

Mr T Platten            


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We are delighted to announce that we are now an AC Education accredited Attachment and Trauma aware school.

Our whole staff team have received training to increase awareness and understanding of the role that attachment and trauma play in children’s education

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