Town Farm's values 'Respect, Achieve, Aspire' and mission of 'Making a difference, achieving excellence' are at the heart of everything we do in school. We aim to provide a caring, stable, intellectually creative and stimulating environment where all children can develop to their full and individual potential. We are committed to equality of opportunity and serve the local community by welcoming children from all backgrounds and faiths. We value and respect the diversity of our community and aim to set all children on life’s path through thoughtfulness and understanding to one another and respect for one another’s differences.
All staff are passionate about ensuring that your child's time at school is happy, productive and successful so that they can move confidently onto the next stage of their education and ultimately make a positive contribution to society as adults. We are incredibly proud of our approach to raising achievement in all aspects of the curriculum, through developing self-confidence, motivation, self-reliance, creativity and co-operation in all we do. We are confident that all our children will achieve their full potential with us and will leave well prepared for the next stage of their education and beyond.
Paul Girardot Headteacher
Town Farm Primary School is the Lead School, working in conjunction with the London Diocesan Board for Schools, School Centred Initial Teacher Training (LDBS SCITT Teaching London) to recruit and train teachers on the School Direct programme leading to Qualified Teacher Status (QTS), with the option of a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE).
Town Farm Primary School recognises its responsibilities for safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children under Section 175 of the 2002 Education Act and under the Children Act 2004 and the DfE guidance Working Together to Safeguard Children 2015.
This includes checking the suitability of all staff and volunteers; ensuring that we have effective procedures for identifying and managing all issues likely to cause significant harm to children; ensuring a safe environment in which our pupils can learn and development; enabling our pupils to acquire the relevant knowledge and information; and working with other agencies as appropriate.
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