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The Governors of Westfield Community  Primary School want to keep parents informed about their activities and the ways in which they support and offer challenge to the leadership of the school. We are proud of the way in which Westfield has developed and supported the community over the ten years that it has existed and want to find ways in which we can continue to provide such support.

 

Therefore we welcome suggestions from you. You can contact us via the school with your thoughts and suggestions. Please address any comments or suggestions  in writing o the Chair of Governors.

 

From time to time we will inform you about our activities and the actions that we have taken to support and/or challenge the school leadership with the intention of attempting to meet and support the needs of the community.

 

 

 

Governors Away Day 12th Nov 2016

 

Another useful 'away day' which this year took place at Kilhey Court with a packed (some might say overambitious) agenda. Some time spent talking through the outcomes for pupils at KS1 and KS2 and plans already put into place to address outcomes for reading.

 

We had good discussion around governor roles and attendance of governors at Middle Managers meetings and developed a new approach. Training and development was discussed very briefly so we need to make further plans as soon as possible.

 

​The rest of the time was devoted to a presentation and discussion regarding academy status, very ably delivered by Vicki Semple from Governor Services.

 

Mike Faulkner

18th Nov

Standards and Testing Agency Chief Visits Westfield Jan 19th 2017

 

On January 19th Westfield the Senior Management Team were delighted to welcome Claire Burton, CEO of the Standards and Testing Agency. Claire was most impressed by the systems in place in Westfield to monitor and track pupil progress. As ever, a visit around the school to see our pupils and meet the staff resulted in high praise for the way in which our pupils behaved and their ability and willingness to share their views and learning with visitors.

 

it is always a pleasure to show visitors around the school especially when we receive such favourable reactions.

Basic Skills Quality Mark Jan 2017

 

Last week I was privileged to meet with our assessor who had been assessing the school's systems and procedures in respect of basic skills. The outcome was positive and the school has once again been awarded the quality mark for a further three years. The Governing Body offers its thanks to all our staff for being able to demonstrate the quality of teaching at Westfield.

 

Mike Faulkner

Chair of Governors

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Welcome to our website. ........ .Attendance for w/c 13th November 2017... RW 95%, RF 93%, 1W 95%, 1F 93%, 2W 97%, 2F 93%, 2WF 94% 3W 96%, 3F 96%, 4W 97%, 4F 97%, 5W 93%, 5F 96%, 6W 93%, 6F 94% ** ** Congratulations to 2W,4W and 4F for achieving the highest attendance. Well Done!**....
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