The Village Primary School Thornaby
The Village Primary school provides a broad and balanced curriculum which promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural and physical development of its pupils, preparing them for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences encountered in adult life. The subject areas covered are taught in accordance with the National Curriculum. These areas are made up of four core subjects – Mathematics, English, Science and Information Communication Technology (ICT), and foundation subjects – History, Geography, Music, Art and PE, plus Religious Education. The Village Primary School is a co-educational community school for boys and girls between the ages of 3 and 11. The school also has a 26-place nursery, which caters for younger children on a part-time basis.
The admission zone of The Village Primary School is defined by the Local Authority and all children within that zone should be able to have a place in school if there are vacant places. Parents from outside of the zone can express a preference for the school and can be admitted provided that there are places available. Full details can be obtained from the Education Service, Municipal Buildings, Stockton on Tees, or the Headteacher, Claire Park. Parents are required to fill in an admission form for all pupils entering the school. So that the school records are up to date, the school should be notified immediately of any change of address or emergency contact numbers.