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Preston Primary School
Old Paignton Road, Livermead, TQ2 6UY, UK Torquay
+44 (0)1803 607075


  • To help children develop and extend their potential, both socially and academically.
  • To encourage a sense of social responsibility, having respect for themselves, for others and for their environment.
  • To involve children in an academic programme consistent with National Curriculum guidelines, allowing for individual ability and interests, ensuring that every child receives a broad, balanced curriculum relevant to themselves and the needs of society.
  • To encourage parents to create a partnership with the school, to continue their active involvement in their children's education.


Preston typically has 325 children on roll. Each cohort has a planned number (PAN) of 45. The school is organised into 4 units. Unit 1 contains 2 Reception Classes and the Assessment and Diagnostic Support Centre. All the other units (2-4) are organised into 3 parrallel, vertically streamed classes housing approximately 90 children. In practice, this means that classes in Years 1 through to 6 have children from 2 year groups, eg. 15 children from year 1 with 15 from year 2.

A unit leader manages each team. There is a strong team ethos in the school with teachers in each unit planning and assessing work together, sharing expertise and resources.


  • French
  • Gymnastics
  • Dance
  • Netball
  • Football
  • Theatre
  • Art
  • Music
  • Guitar Lessons
  • Brownies
  • Guides
  • Chess Club

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