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Shaldon Primary School
Bridge Road, Teignmouth,TQ14 0DD
01626 873329

At Shaldon Primary School we recognise that all pupils have learning strengths and that we must develop their skills and personal qualities which can be applied across the curriculum inside and outside the classroom.

We believe that pupil learning is directly linked to teacher learning and a high priority is given to developing and extending the knowledge of all the adults in the school.  We want to keep up to date with the latest research on how pupils learn and how classroom practice can be made even more effective.  We have learnt that the curriculum must be real and exciting and that we must make learning an enjoyable and lively experience.  We know that setting high expectations offers learners opportunities to succeed academically, socially, culturally, spiritually and physically.

We want to build on what learners already know and structure our lessons so that children understand what is being learnt, how and why.  We also want to involve pupils in the assessment of their learning.  Achievement in learning for us goes beyond the academic and extends to musical, physical, interpersonal and intrapersonal learning.

For information on applying for your child to attend Shaldon Primary School, please visit Devon County Council's Admissions & Transfers page.

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The Staff

For our teachers to teach effectively they get to know your child really well.  They involve your child in the regular practising of skills such as reading, writing and number and they spend time stretching and extending your child's knowledge and understanding.
For your child to learn effectively the staff need to know his/her likes, dislikes, friends, families, strengths and weaknesses and their preferred learning styles.

Children learn best in a variety of different ways.  Teachers ensure a balance of learning activities by providing opportunities for children to write, listen, look, draw, paint, construct, talk, use information technology and move in dance, drama, gymnastics, athletics or games.

Teachers will need to keep in close contact with you and every term there will be regular occasions for communications to tale place.

Click the buttons to the left find details of all the school staff.

What is a Networked Learning Community?

Networked Learning Communities is a pioneering programme launched in 2002 and designed to capitalise upon and celebrate the diversity which exists within the education system.  By working in interdependent and mutually supportive ways, groups of schools have formed learning networks and are using the diversity present within and across institutions as a positive force for knowledge-sharing and innovation.

The benefits of NLC are as follows:


Raise standards by improving the learning of pupils and staff and school to school learning


Develop the leadership for learning by developing and harnessing the leadership potential of a range of people


Build capacity for growth and continuous improvement by schools developing evidence informed practise and combining practise.

Networked Learning Communities are an effective means of supporting one another in times of change.  Our community will promote good practise and at the same time, enhance the professional development of teachers.

The Networked Learning Community is built upon a set of core beliefs, which underpin our work.


Enough known about learning which, if applied consistently across our classrooms, could enable every child to become the most powerful learner he or she could be


Organisations that continuously learn are healthy and adaptive places in a changing environment


Schools, teachers, and leaders who aspire to continuous learning in this way look beyond their own school.  The recycling of existing internal knowledge is a poor foundation for growth


Collaboration rather than competition is exciting and motivating for professionals who are committed to learning communities

Working with and for each other for the benefit of the children

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