Thank you for considering Tregolls School – an Academy for your child. We have just moved into our new £3.2m state-of-the-art learning hub and we would love you to come and look around to see our award-winning teaching and ground-breaking curriculum in action.

At Tregolls we treat every child as an individual, carefully monitoring the progress they make. The latest Ofsted inspection (July 2014) reported that ‘Pupils of all abilities achieve well, making rapid progress in response to challenging teaching in all parts of the school. Some make even better progress because of the additional support they receive’.

We ensure that all children reach their full potential. In 2016 our Year 6 pupils ranked in the top 1% in the country for reading, 3% for writing and 13% for maths.

We pride ourselves on the respectful relationships we nurture between staff, children, parents, carers and governors and we are often complemented on the warm and friendly atmosphere in and around the school.

Our curriculum is truly amazing, led and designed with pupil input and supported by a huge extra curricular programme including overseas trips to Barcelona, Paris, Cologne and Rome. This is enhanced by our decision to employ specialist subject teachers in Modern Foreign Languages, Food Technology and Physical Education.

Due to increased numbers of pupils joining the school we recently opened a £3.2m extension, offering us a range of new facilities which are complemented by our state-of-the-art 3G sport pitches.

We know you will be happy you chose us and we welcome the opportunity to show you why we have gained national recognition with honours at the Teaching Awards and Pupil Premium Awards.

If you would like any information in a paper format please don’t hesitate to ask and we will gladly send it out to you.

Safeguarding Statement

Our school is committed to keeping children safe and promoting the welfare of children and indeed, the welfare and safety of families whose children attend our school. We are part of Operation Encompass, a national police and education early intervention partnership that supports children exposed to domestic abuse. Staff have extensive and regular training to ensure that all children, regardless of gender, age disability, race, religion, sexual identity or social status are protected from abuse.

– Matt Middlemore, Headteacher

CEOP


Achiever of the Month

This months’ achiever is…
TJ O’Mahony-Slater

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