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Inverteign Community Primary School
Mill Lane, TQ14 9BB, UK Teignmouth
+44 (0)1626 772320


Confidence in our Community School comes from knowing and understanding what is happening within it. We hope you are able to take an active and positive interest in what your child is doing at school. We have a shared responsibility for the children’s learning, personal, social and emotional development. This underpins our curriculum philosophy. It is therefore essential that mutual understanding, involvement and trust form the basis for this partnership.


The following aims and values are the foundation on which the whole school’s development for the future will be built.

  • To nurture all aspects of the child - artistic, physical and emotional, as well as intellectual.
  • To work together with families to build confidence and self-worth so that our children are prepared for the world inside and outside of school.
  • To encourage and support children in having a sense of responsibility and tolerance. To be enquiring, interested and enthusiastic in life, ready to meet the challenges that can be encountered.
  • To ensure that all adults and children in our school value and respect themselves, other people and their cultures.
  • To recognise that all children have differing abilities and ways of learning, to identify them and encourage their development through the provision of a powerful learning environment.
  • To raise and maintain standards and high expectations.
  • To create a learning community that is selfsustaining, self-evaluating and continually evolving.


At Inverteign, when we refer to the ‘Curriculum’ we not only mean the planned activities that we organise to promote learning and personal and social development, but also the range of extra-curricular activities and the ‘hidden curriculum’ (what our children learn, from the way they are treated and expected to behave). We have developed a highly successful Early Years and Primary learning environment that reflects practice that is always aware of the developmental needs of the whole child; and explores learning strategies and experiences to support the range of need as pupils move though the key stages.


Our children enjoy a wide range of extra-curricular activities and the clubs are well-supported and valued by pupils and their families. Our ‘After School Clubs’ are available due to the voluntary support of both staff and parents. These currently include:

• Athletics • Badminton • Scuba Diving • Choir • Dance • Drama • Football • Netball • Tag Rugby

Some of our pupils receive instrumental tuition. This takes place during school time. If you are interested in your child taking up music lessons, please contact the school office.


During the school year the children of Inverteign participate in a wide variety of experiences, all of which make up our substantial Enrichment Programme. We pride ourselves in the opportunities offered to pupils which include:

• Regular theatre visits • Working with local artists • World music workshops • History theme days • Team building activities • Special guests

Our Enrichment Programme is funded by the school, however we do organise many educational visits throughout the academic year, both day and residential, which rely on contributions from parents and carers. These trips enhance our children’s learning, enable them to gain greater understanding and allow them to enjoy new experiences.

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