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Vine Tree Primary School
Dane Bank Avenue, CW2 8AD, UK Crewe
Tel. 01270 661526

We are very proud of the achievements of our school and the satff are committed to ensuring that the high standards that have been delivered are maintained and built upon by future generaitons of pupils.

We expect high standards from our children, in their work, in their games and in their behaviour; however, within these high expectations we believe that we have a happy and relaxed atmosphere where children can develop confidence in their work and relationships with people, and so maximise their chances of achieving their full potential.

If your child joins us at Vine Tree we hope that you will join the partnership of everyone - parents, children, staff, governors - working together to ensure a successful primary school education.


In general our school aims are :

  1. To improve the overall standard of achievement of each child and to facilitate the development of the individual in acquiring knowledge, skills and attitudes essential to their continuous education and their involvement with, and in, a changing society.

  2. To create a happy, stable, secure and purposeful atmosphere and a positive working environment so that knowledge and skills are acquired with confidence, developing a feel of satisfaction, pleasure and excitement in learning.

  3. To develop a respect and value for those around us and also for people of different cultures and religions and to help pupils appreciate the benefits to be gained from these experiences. The values that we will promote include, telling the truth, keeping promises, respecting the rights and property of others, acting considerately towards others, helping those less fortunate and weaker than ourselves, self-discipline and taking a personal responsibility for one’s actions.
    The values that we reject are bullying, cheating, deceit, cruelty, irresponsibility and dishonesty.

  4. To develop a responsible and caring attitude towards our environment.

  5. To provide a broad and balanced curriculum in accordance with the requirements of the National Curriculum.

  6. To provide experiences which will prepare our pupils for future life and it’s opportunities.

National Curriculum

The National Curriculum includes the three core subjects of English, Mathematics and Science and the foundation subjects of Technology, History, Geography, P.E. Art, Music and Religious Education.

The children who are five and older follow programmes of study for each curriculum area which relate to the National Curriculum Programme of Study.

We recognise that younger children have distinct needs and they follow a curriculum which is designed to cater for those needs. Work on the National Curriculum, however, does take place when individuals are ready to move on.

The National Curriculum provides the minimum requirements for our children, but we endeavour to enhance the educational experiences of pupils at Vine Tree by providing extra opportunities for them to become involved in and to enjoy. We have frequent visits from theatre groups, demonstrations, speakers etc. and we endeavour to get our children involved in caring for their environment and having a knowledge of adult and working life.

Our policy documents for specific curriculum areas are available for inspection in school, and are reviewed, updated and added to as the situation demands.

Extra Curricular activities

Depending on the skills, interest and willingness of the staff to give up their own time the school also endeavours to provide a range of extra curricular activities. (During the present school year these have included sporting and musical activities as well as First Aid.)

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