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Castlecroft Primary School and Resource
Area for Visually Impaired, Wolverhampton,WV3 8HS
01902 556606

Mrs Keech with pupils
Mrs Keech with some pupils
We believe that our school is part of the life of this community and that it belongs to the children who come to it, their families and those who work in it.

We are all working to educate the children in various ways and we hope that there can be a close relationship as we work towards this. We shall try to keep in touch with you regularly with all that is happening in School and we will be happy to hear from you with any enquiries or concerns that you may have. Hopefully we will often come together on our termly parents’ evenings, concerts and productions, fund raising activities and on social occasions when we work together as a community to provide for the children.

Our aims for the children at Castlecroft

We, at Castlecroft, are concerned with the whole education of the child. We hope, above all, that each child will develop fully to his or her potential by providing equality of opportunity throughout the curriculum. Our aim is to provide skills and knowledge for the children to understand the world around us, and for use in adult life. We aim to develop young people who have experienced some success in school and have positive attitudes about themselves, and children who are becoming socially aware and will become caring members of the society.

We aim to deliver a broad and balanced curriculum which promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of the pupils at the school and prepares them for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life.

The school supports the Primary Curriculum Aims of Wolverhampton Education Authority, promoting and fostering development of skills, interests and attitudes which are appropriate to the intellectual, physical, emotional and social stages of each child's development.

School Library

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The present school library was opened in November 1999. Major fundraising events organised by staff, parents and pupils helped to raise money for hundreds of new books. The current stock of nearly 5000 items includes fiction and non-fiction books, Braille books, tactile books and audio cassettes.

All pupils are entitled to borrow items on a regular basis. The library has a computerised catalogue and issuing system which is operated by a teacher-librarian, pupil librarians, staff and parent helpers. There is also a computer with Internet access available for pupils to do research work in the library.

Popular books at present include the Harry Potter stories, Horrible History and Science titles, stories by Jacqueline Wilson, Roald Dahl and Dick King-Smith and the Goosebumps horror stories.

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