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Sound & District Primary School
Whitchurch Road, Sound, CW5 8AE, UK Nantwich
Tel. 01270 780270


message from the Headteacher

Sound and District Primary School is situated some three miles south of thetown of Nantwich, in a pleasant rural locality. The catchment area extends to include the parishes of Baddington, Broomhall, Coole Pilate, Austerson, Sound and Newhall (North). Known originally as Broomhall Board School, and later as Sound Council School, the school was opened in 1876. The splendid Grade ll listed building still exists, although it has been added to and extended over the years. The school has extensive grounds. Sound is a warm, caring school where staff and children work together in an atmosphere of respect and trust, and where the individuality of the child is valued. We believe that all children, irrespective of their ability, should be encouraged to work to fulfill their potential. Furthermore, we believe that excellence is to be encouraged in every aspect of school life, in work, play, conduct and appearance. We recognise that we can only achieve the best for all children by working in close co-operation with parents, and to this end the governors of the school, the teaching staff and myself are available to discuss any aspect of your child’s development. This prospectus provides a brief introduction to Sound School. We hope you will feel encouraged to make an appointment to visit us, to see the school at work and to discuss your child’s education.

The School’s Aims

The aim of our school is:

  • To educate and nurture the children in all aspects of their development, through the provision of a broad and balanced curriculum.
  • To develop within children a love of learning and a sense of enquiry.
  • To sustain a caring, but stimulating environment, where children learn to value and respect themselves, each other, and the wider community.
  • To foster positive links between home, school and the wider community.
  • To prepare children for their journey in life.
We believe ‘Our children are the future’.

School Organisation

The organisation of the classes is dependent on the number of children on roll. Currently we have 112 children in school.
In the morning we have 5 classes
# Ash – reception (Foundation stage)
# Elm – year 1 (Key stage 1)
# Oak – year 2 (Key stage 1)
# Class 3 – years 3 and 4 (Key stage 2)
# Class 4 – years 5 and 6 (Key stage 2)
In the afternoon we have 4 classes
# Class 1 – reception and year 1
# Class 2 – year 1 and year 2
# Class 3 – years 3 and 4
# Class 4 – years 5 and 6
Any class of children will demonstrate a wide range of ability, so our teaching will consist of a variety of whole class lessons, group and individual activities at the appropriate level. Whilst retaining the notion of curriculum entitlement, it may be that within the class not all children will be working on the same activity and where they are, it will not necessarily be at the same level.

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