Headteacher's welcome


My name is Mrs Emma Wright and I am proud to be the Headteacher here at Bewsey Lodge Primary School. I am now in my 9th year of Headship and I am pleased to report that our ever growing school continues to go from strength to strength.


Warrington Headteacher of the Year 2019

Allow me to introduce you to my Senior Management Team:

Mrs Bailey - Acting Deputy Head Teacher & SEN, Safeguarding and Family Support

Miss Muia - Responsible for Assessment, Writing moderation, Maths, CPD, & Attendance.

Senior Management Phase Leaders

Miss Turnbull - Phase 1 leader (2 year old nursery, main nursery & Reception)

Mrs Hopson - Phase 2 leader (Years 1- 3), Homework Lead, SMSC and pastoral care

Mrs Hunt - Phase 3 leader (Years 4, 5 & 6), Curriculum Lead and manager of Sports Team.

Mrs Stringer - Responsible for the management of the two Designated Provisions, SEN support and leading Science.

Images of all the SMT (Senior Management Team) can be found found in the 'Staff' section of the website.

I am really proud of our school and, whilst the academic achievements in all phases (once again) speak for themselves, being a part of Bewsey Lodge Primary School is about much more than that. I have an incredibly forward thinking staff and Governing Body who have the children's interests at the heart of every decision that is made, this means that teaching and learning at our school is not only of the very highest standard but it is fun, motivating and inspiring.

Everyone shares the vision of excellence which feeds into lessons and daily life. Our children are loving, kind and respectful of others and they are taught from an early age that the world in which we live is a diverse place and that it is richer for that. The children are encouraged to explore the different choices that people make about many aspects of life from religion to relationships and are able to show respect and acceptance for those choices. There is no room for hate in our school. 

Bewsey Lodge Primary School is a truly happy place to be, there is nothing makes me more proud than when people who visit the school, comment upon 'the happy feel' you get from moment you walk in from children and staff alike.  

The exceptionally highly trained staff really do care about the children; everyone shares the vision of enabling the children to reach their full potential whilst having the skills and qualities to challenge and support along the way.

Please enjoy looking at our website, sharing the pictures which show our amazing children and staff in action and look out for our up-and-coming events!

  
Mrs E Wright