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 10th 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 - Acting Deputy Head Teacher & SEN, Safeguarding and Family Support (currently on maternity leave)
Mrs Hopson - Assistant Headtecaher. Responsible for Pastoral care and community liason, 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 Sepcial Educational Needs.
Miss Muia - Responsible for Assessment, Writing moderation, Maths, CPD, & Attendance.
Miss Albiston- Phase 1 leader (2 year old nursery, main nursery & Reception)
Images of all the SMT (Senior Management Team) can be found found in the 'Staff' section of the website.
2020 has been a very strange year for everyone. We said goodbye to our Year 6 children as best we could; celebrating their time with us and everything they have achieved with 'bubble' pizza parties and movie and pyjama days. We were open through the lockdown period and whilst we couldn't welcome everyone back, for those who could atend school, it was a happy place to be.
Now...we look forward to what our new academic year will bring. On the 7th September, we welcomed everyone back into school - our big Bewsey family all back together again. With new measures in place to keep everyone safe, our doors opened to smiling faces and children who were busting to come back to school. This was a special time and one which made us all realise how lucky we are to play such an important role in the lives of our children and their families.
Things will be a little different to start with as our children adjust back into school life. However we are confident that we have designed this year's curriculum in a way that will support all of our children's needs - both academically and emotionally. Part of the package to help our children adjust back into school and also support them academically includes a longer school day. We now start school at 8.30am and close at 3.30pm. This is to give teachers more time to deliver quality lessons and also gives them time in the day to focus on mental well-being, mindfulness and skills to help our children cope with the challenges of school academically, mentally and physically.
I am proud of how all of the staff in school have adapted to change and worked together in designing a very special, bespoke curriculum. Everyone understands the importance of allowing the children time to adjust and supporting them through this period but they also have a firm eye on ensuring that each and every child reaches their full potential.
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!