Westmere Primary School

A warm welcome from Westmere

Letter to Parents.

At Westmere Primary we are committed to working in partnership with parents to ensure every child achieves his or her full potential, feels safe and happy at school and develops a love of learning. We have high expectations of all members of our community and this includes working together to make sure all children have good attendance and arrive on time every day. We have successfully established a school where “pupils behave well and work hard” (Ofsted 2015).We expect the best from our children and we help them to do their best. We put every effort into ensuring our children become confident, considerate citizens and promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. We welcome parents’ views and suggestions and are happy to respond to questions and concerns. Call into the office; speak to a member of the leadership team, who will be available before and after school, or email. We rely on your support and encouragement, for it is by our partnership as parents and staff that your child will have the greatest opportunity to progress.

Sarah Wells
Deputy Headteacher


Our Vision

The Griffin Federation, of three schools, aims to be at the heart of the villages we serve. We feel that working in partnership with the whole community will lead towards a society of hope, where we raise aspirations for our children and allow them to become the very best members of the community they can be. We do this through the teachings of justice and forgiveness, lived out through all members of our school family.

Every member of our community is valued, and valuable, as they were created in the image of God. We pursue excellence for all, including our most vulnerable, by providing the support and challenge they require to reach their full potential. We do this in an inclusive environment, where the well-being of everyone is nurtured with dignity and compassion, so that any difficulties experienced can be overcome.