St Saviour's Church of England Primary School
Waltham Forest, United Kingdom
About St Saviour's Church of England Primary School
St Saviour’s Church of England Primary School is an Ofsted Outstanding mixed, non-selective church school located in Walthamstow, East London. There are approximately 330 students at the school.
St Saviour’s Church of England Primary School was founded in 1890 by the parish of St Saviour, Walthamstow. The school continues to have strong links with its founding church, and school services are regularly held there. In 2013, the school underwent redevelopment and was equipped with new, modern facilities.
Executive Head Teacher
Values and vision
St Saviour’s Church of England Primary School has six core values: serenity, tenacity, respect, love, truth, faith. The school wants children to learn and develop in a safe and happy environment, growing into successful and confident people. Discrimination is not tolerated on any level and the school believes that everyone is precious, regardless of their race, sex, creed, religion, social background, physical or intellectual achievement.
Togetherness is at the heart of the school, who aim to serve all members of the local Walthamstow community, no matter what their religious views. Children have the opportunity to attend Achievement School, a weekend club that aims to encourage learning and enhance their skills in core subjects on the curriculum.
"Leaders and governors place no limits on what pupils can achieve. Leaders make sure that teaching is memorable and exciting. They also work successfully to ensure that pupils achieve to the very best of their abilities. Pupils’ education is based on expertly designed plans for each subject. This enables all pupils to achieve highly. They develop the knowledge and understanding they need for the next stage of their education."
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