Life at Springside - Headteacher's Blog

Promoting British Values

Through its curriculum, extra-curricular activities, teaching and learning, Springside Primary School will promote British values. By doing so, we will ensure that all learners understand the values that have traditionally underpinned British society. The teaching of these values will promote cohesiveness within our school and community. We will prepare pupils for life in England where the population has an increasingly rich diversity of backgrounds, origins, beliefs and cultures by promoting the values on which our society has been built. By teaching pupils these values we will help all to become good citizens of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

Graduates 19th September 2019

posted by Gillian Thornicroft

Music Tuition

posted 14 Sep 2019, 13:19 by Gillian Thornicroft

We hope you enjoyed our music assembly led by the Bury Music Service, you all looked like you were having a good time! If you would like to learn how to play a musical instrument, please return your slip. 

Fencing 2019

posted 14 Sep 2019, 13:12 by Gillian Thornicroft

We hope you enjoyed our Fencing Assembly - If you would like to join the Fencing Club (8.00am-8.50am on Tuesdays) please return your slip to school. 

Graduates 12th September 2019

posted 14 Sep 2019, 13:04 by Gillian Thornicroft

Welcome Back!

posted 7 Sep 2019, 10:33 by Gillian Thornicroft

Cluster Athletics 2019

posted 6 Jul 2019, 03:54 by Gillian Thornicroft

Well done to St Marie's RC Primary School for winning this year's cluster athletics event. Everyone from every school had great sporting behaviour. We look forward to entering again next year. 

Graduates of the Week - 4th July 2019

posted 6 Jul 2019, 03:45 by Gillian Thornicroft

Linking Schools

posted 6 Jul 2019, 03:41 by Gillian Thornicroft

This year, our year 4 children have been linking with year 4 children at Greenmount Primary School. This week, we were invited to visit them at their school. You have all worked together so well this year. Because it has been so successful, we will continue with this project next year. 

French Day

posted 6 Jul 2019, 03:36 by Gillian Thornicroft

I hope you all enjoyed your croissants, pain au Chocolat, french toast and pate! Your French Day activities all looked a lot of fun!

Parent Open Night

posted 6 Jul 2019, 03:31 by Gillian Thornicroft

Thank-you to all the parents who attended our open night to meet your child's new teacher and to look at the curriculum your child will be following next year. We have had lots of great feedback so we will continue with our open nights next year. 

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