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Race Leys Infant School
Hurst Road, Nuneaton,CV12 8AD
02476 312221

You can find out about the headteacher and the staff. Our school aims are outlined and you can link to a map of the school location.
The School

Race Leys First School was opened in September 1986 after extensive modernisation and refurbishment of Leicester Road Combined School. The school served the needs of children from four to eight years.

The school is set within its own gardens which are used for environmental study work. The grounds include a fenced 'mini-beast' environment and a spinney.

Following re-organisation of Warwickshire's education system, Race Leys First School became Race Leys Infant School in September 1996. The school now caters for children from four to seven years old.

School Aims

Race Leys Infant School is a school that offers an education to boys and girls in the four to seven age range, and expects commitment and respect everywhere. This applies to pupils, staff, parents and governors.
We have a very broad-based educational programme designed to give all children, whatever their ability, the chance to achieve their full potential in every area of school life.

We are a friendly welcoming school with a concerned, committed and caring staff. It is school policy that no child will be discriminated against on the grounds of gender, race, creed or ability.

Our aims are:
    *To continue to build good caring relationships within our school and the wider community.
    *To deliver a broad and balanced curriculum in a rich and stimulating environment.
    *Empower children to make informed choices now and in the future.

Extended into:
    *Work will be well planned and implemented.
    *Each child is enabled so as to make continual progress.
    *Children are special, their best interest will be the guiding principal.
    *Access to a relevant curriculum.
    *Respect for self and others is a priority.
    *Equality of opportunity for everyone.
OFSTED Inspection Report November 1999

'The provision of a relaxed, yet orderly, purposeful and mutually caring environment in which to learn is a strength of the school.'

'A very good leadership is provided by the head teacher.'

'Pupils' attitudes to work are very good. There is a hard working atmosphere and a commitment to raising standards.'

'Pupils' behaviour is very good and pupils are friendly and polite towards one another, staff and other adults. There is no evidence of bullying.'

'Curriculum planning is a strength of the school and it ensures that all aspects of each subject are taught.'

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