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Spring Bank Primary School
Spring Road, Leeds,LS6 1AD Headingley
0113 204 3120

At Spring Bank we believe that activities outside the school environment enrich the childrens' learning experience. As well as an annual residential trip to Ingleborough for Year 6, there are plenty of opportunities for all the children to get out and about.

The following trips have already been arranged for this year. More will be announced as they are arranged.

Year 6

Haworth - 12th October
Ingleborough Residential - 21st-25th May

Year 4

Trip to Victorian Schoolroom - 15th December

Year 3

Trip to Eden Camp - 27th September

Below are just some examples of trips that took place last year and some comments from the children who went.

Year 6

Romeo and Juliet - City Varieties Theatre
Ice Cube Skating
Ancient Greek Actor into classroom
City Learning Centre - Robotics

Year 5

Temple Newsam - Tudor Day
Ice Cube Skating

Year 4

Victorian Schoolroom
"I learned what it was like to be a proper schoolchild in Victorian
" It was weird because we had strange names" -Raj

Alice In Wonderland
" I liked the mad hatter's tea party when they all ran round the
table"-Dylan T
"The acting was really good and the songs were great to listen to" -

Steel Pans Day
" Playing steel pans was great" - Azhar
"It was interesting to learn to play an instrument from a different
country " -Yanis
"It was terrifying playing in front of the whole school" -Joanna

Year 3

Eden Camp
" The best part was the Blitz. You could smell the smoke and the
were truly amazing" Theo.

Alice In Wonderland at the Playhouse
" Every word Alice said turned into a song"- Florence
" I enjoyed the shrinking of Alice" - Polly

Year 1

Abbey House Museum with the Older Active group

The Choir went to City Learning Centre and recorded their own cd
"It was good seeing how things are recorded"-Millie C
"Fantastic, excellent, brilliant"-whole choir

School Aims

In our school effort and achievement are equally valued.

At Spring Bank Primary we endeavour to create a warm, caring and inviting atmosphere in which children feel secure and experience success.  We aim to develop a sense of self-worth and high esteem amongst all of our pupils and treat all equally, in this way all pupils are encouraged to realise their full potential intellectually, emotionally, physically and spiritually, regardless of race, gender, religion or disability.  We will encourage the whole school community to take an active role in fulfilling this aim.


Our aims are to:

Make school a positive and enjoyable experience, providing high standards with a broad and rich curriculum.  

Develop high self – esteem amongst our pupils, celebrating the differences between themselves and teaching mutual respect and tolerance.

Create a positive learning experience, which is reinforced through a consistently applied behaviour policy.

Maintain a strong and positive relationship between school and home.

Ensure that the school has high and realistic expectations of all children where satisfactory is the least expected outcome.

To be aware of specific needs of pupils and making suitable provision for them, including the opportunity to develop individual talents. 

Use and act on the experiences of the children to provide work, which is matched to their ability and which with assessments, will provide a progression of learning.

Allow the children the freedom to express themselves whilst developing a high level of self discipline

Make sure that the children leave our school ready for the challenges of secondary education.

Make sure all of the teaching will be of a high quality.  It will be planned and managed so that all children will be supported and challenged.

Use literacy and numeracy as the backbone of pupil’s success in learning.  We will build on our strengths to serve the needs of the children.

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