Welcome to Grasvenor Avenue Infant School
CORONAVIRUS UPDATE (MARCH 2020):
GRASVENOR AVENUE INFANT SCHOOL IS CURRENTLY OPERATING A REDUCED SERVICE FOR KEYWORKER'S CHILDREN ONLY. THE SCHOOL OFFICE WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE AT MOST TIMES. THERE WILL BE STAFF PRESENT ON SITE 8.30-3.15 BUT WE ARE UNABLE TO ADMIT ANY VISITORS ONSITE AT THIS TIME. IF YOU NEED TO SPEAK TO A MEMBER OF STAFF PLEASE EMAIL THE SCHOOL OFFICE AS THIS IS CHECKED REMOTELY ON A DAILY BASIS.
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Look out for our pupils' rainbows in their house windows- signs of hope and solidarity during this time- how many can you spot?
Quotes about Grasvenor Avenue Infant School
“Circle of learners, Circle of Friends"
"Thank you for making each and every child feel so special, we will never forget this amazing school and teachers" - Year 1 and Reception Parent
"Grasvenor has been such a fabulous foundation for our sons start to education. He has been nutured and thus his abilities pushed in a positive direction. The staff at Grasvenor have become our extended family and we will miss you all greatly as we move on." - Year 1 Parent
"I have really enjoyed my short time teaching at Grasvenor. It is a unique school. Every child is treated as an individual" - Supply Teacher
At Grasvenor we strive to create an atmosphere where all children and adults feel safe, valued and included. We enable children to reach their full potential by developing a love of learning through inspirational teaching, a strong sense of self through our child-centred, individualised, curriculum, and a respect for each other and diversity through our well established inclusive identity. We have a strong sense of school and wider community, working closely alongside our families. Our values of Kindness, Unity, Honesty, Resilience, Respect and Courage are underpinned by our Golden Rules.
Our values are for our whole school community: staff, pupils and families. They will form the basis of our weekly assemblies throughout the year.
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