Our vision for the future

Pirton School is committed to offering a Primary education of the highest quality to each child. As a school at the heart of the village community, we set out to promote and nurture moral and spiritual values within a happy environment where everyone feels valued and secure.
The school seeks to provide a rich and varied curriculum that ensures that all children are challenged to achieve their best and become confident and independent learners.
Pirton School has high, individual-based expectations of all members of the school community in all aspects of their school life. We will constantly review our objectives, celebrate our achievements and will always strive to improve.

Our Aims

  • To provide an education of the highest quality for each child.
  • To provide a caring and welcoming environment where all children are happy and feel confident to develop their potential.
  • To have high expectations of academic excellence whilst promoting the moral, cultural, spiritual, social and physical development of our pupils to the same standard.
  • To prepare our pupils for their future education and adult life by encouraging an enthusiastic and independent approach to learning, the development of social skills anda positive self-image.
  • To foster our successful partnership with parents, carers and the wider community to promote the aims of the school.

Fundamental British Values at Pirton School

In November 2014, the Department for Education produced guidance for schools on actively promoting Fundamental British values. These British values are defined as:
  • democracy
  • the rule of law
  • individual liberty
  • mutual respect
  • tolerance of those of different faiths

At Pirton School, these values are promoted through the opportunities we provide for children to develop their full potential in their spiritual, moral, social and cultural education. We also ensure that these values are met through our creative curriculum and by actively challenging opinions or behaviours in school that are contrary to fundamental British values. For more information please download the following document:
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Coming Events

Thursday 22nd June
Year 6 residential to Isle of Wight
Friday 23rd June
Year 6 residential to Isle of Wight
Friday 7th July
Reports to Parents
Wednesday 12th July
Sports Afternoon
Thursday 13th July
Secondary Transfer Day
Monday 17th July 3:30pm - 5:00pm
Open Session for Parents re Reports
Wednesday 19th July
Reserve Sports Afternoon
Friday 21st July
End of term
Friday 21st July 9:00am -
Leavers' Assembly
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