My name is Mrs Emma Williams and I am proud to be the Headteacher here at Bewsey Lodge Primary School. I am now in my 11th 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
Mrs Bailey - Deputy Headteacher & SEN, Safeguarding and Family Support.
Mrs Hopson - Assistant Headteacher. Responsible for Pastoral care and community liaison, Pupil Premium and Phase 2 Leader.
Mrs Stringer - Assistant Headteacher. Responsible for the management of the two Designated Provisions, SEN support (and acting SENCo), Phase 3 Leader and Local Authority SLE for the Special Educational Needs.
Miss Muia - Responsible for Assessment, Writing moderation, Maths, CPD, & Attendance.
Miss Albiston- Phase 1 leader ( Nursery & Reception)
Images of all the SMT (Senior Management Team) can be found found in the 'Staff' section of the website.
We begin this year with our hearts filled with hope for the future. After 18 months of disruption and anxiety, we are looking forward now to some normality and consistency. Throughout lockdown, we worked hard to provide a high quality remote education for our children which mirrored the usual high standards expected in our classrooms. This quality provision meant that the vast majority of our children didn't fall too far behind however we know that there is some catching up to do.
We pride ourselves on our curriculum and high quality teaching. When designing a curriculum which would support 'catch-up' we had to think outside the box to ensure that our usual broad and balanced offer wouldn't be compromised. The biggest change we have made this year is to the school day. We start earlier and are finishing later so that teachers have more time to deliver English and Maths whilst still having a strong focus on all of the other curriculum subjects.
We are also very proud of our bespoke enhanced curriculum called CLASP. This extends the children's experiences beyond what is usually offered and, working in smaller groups, teachers have the freedom to explore elements of the curriculum beyond age related expectations.
All staff and Governors at our school are completely focussed on providing the best education and experiences for our children in an environment which is caring, respectful, accepting and loving.
I am proud to be the Headteacher at Bewsey Lodge and I am looking forward to watching our children reach their full potential over the coming year.
Mrs Emma Williams