We extend a warm welcome to Gorsefield Primary School and Nursery.
We are very proud of our school and our learners. We firmly believe that education is a partnership and value our well developed relationship with parents, carers and the wider community. We are all working together so that each and every child achieves their best potential and in looking to continually improve learning opportunities and outcomes.
We hope you can learn a little bit about the very many opportunities at Gorsefield through our web site, which we will continue to develop.
To learn even more, you are very welcome to make an appointment to visit us, we would be delighted to see you.
Our nursery also has a dedicated website for specific information http://nursery.gorsefieldprimary.co.uk or follow the link on this page.
Morven Stroud; B Ed, CPD (Ed Mgt), NPQH – Head Teacher
February 2015 Dear Parents/Carers, Half term is with us already: School closes on Friday 13th at 3pm until Tuesday 24th at 8.50am. Dinner money for the first week back will be £8. Please pay in the usual way. May we remind you that the meals providers advise that we will not be able to provide a school lunch for
Winter Weather Update
Dear Parents/Carers The winter weather has hit with a vengeance this weekend! Please make sure that your child is dressed appropriately, sensible shoes suitable for such conditions, a warm coat, hat and gloves etc. Also make sure that your child has a PE kit in school in case he/she needs to change, especially pumps so outside footwear, such as wellingtons, does not spread damp
Dear Parents/Carers We write to inform you that, following agreement by the Governors of Gorsefield, we are now actively pursuing conversion to Academy status having concluded that conversion would be a positive move. If successful, we would aim to be an Academy by March 2015. We would go as a converted academy. This would be alongside St Paul’s (Astley Bridge) CE Primary School with