Head of School welcome

Welcome to Kingswood Primary School.

At Kingswood, part of the ASPIRE Federation, we pride ourselves on our small rural setting, where we believe it is important to work closely with pupils, parents, and the surrounding community in order to share the school’s passion for nurturing achievement. This commitment is not only driven towards the pupils’ education, but towards nurturing every child’s wellbeing and mental health; threaded through everything we do on a daily basis. The team here at Kingswood share a passion to ensure our pupils feel safe, happy and enjoy their time at school, where strong values and positive characteristics are encouraged, rewarded and embraced at every step of their journey with us. This is underpinned by our School values which provide a strong foundation for all that we do and achieve;

Kindness, Understanding, Love, Boldness, Perseverance, Honesty and Resilience.

Kingswood is part of a federation of four rural schools. Our ASPIRE Federation follows a strong ethos of ‘Aspire to Inspire’, where collaboration between the range of specialist teachers across the four settings means we all work together, united, to make sure every child is supported, challenged and encouraged, whatever their need or ability. All staff are committed to planning and delivering a knowledge-rich curriculum, where quality first teaching ensures children develop their curiosity, creativity and have the ability to analyse the World around them.

Both as ASPIRE and Kingswood, we understand that each child is unique and will achieve their own individual successes, where this is nurtured and encouraged by all staff, not only by supporting the children to develop a love for lifelong learning, but by working closely with families to enable each child to achieve their potential. At Kingwsood, and ASPIRE, we are a ‘family’ and we hope our passion for our children shines through each day with our practice.

If you would like to visit our school, please do not hesitate to contact us to arrange a visit.

Mrs Lynsey Sanchez Daviu