St Loys Church of England Primary Academy

St Loys Church of England Primary School The Diocese of Peterborough
Life at St Loys Church of England Primary Academy
- St. Loys

Welcome to St Loys Primary Academy

St Loys, Weedon Lois, is a happy school founded over 150 years ago and sited in a most attractive location in the heart of the South Northamptonshire countryside. We now have provision at our school for children aged 2 to 11 years of age with St Loys Pre School now being part of the Academy.

Ofsted and the Church of England Inspectorate judge St. Loys to be ‘outstanding’. Our school provides a caring, stimulating environment which aims to develop each child’s potential. We encourage and expect high standards in both work and behaviour.

Our top priority is for children to be happy and engaged in an ever improving environment and curriculum that excites.

Please look at our Galleries on the Quick Links on the left to see some of the amazing activities our St Loys children get up to!

Our School Mission Statement

 Alison Allen, Head teacher.

“Our School is one where individuals will be helped to strive to reach their full potential, feel valued and where personal endeavour, responsibility and good behaviour to others will be encouraged in a Christian environment”.

St Loys is a Church of England Voluntary Aided School and is committed to educational excellence and to the spiritual, moral and cultural development of all its pupils.

The School recognises and affirms its Church of England foundation and greatly values its special, historic and continuing link with the parish church of St Mary and St Peter. Read more from Head Teacher Alison Allen here.

- St. Loys

Welcome to St Loys Primary Academy

St Loys, Weedon Lois, is a happy school founded over 150 years ago and sited in a most attractive location in the heart of the South Northamptonshire countryside. We now have provision at our school for children aged 2 to 11 years of age with St Loys Pre School now being part of the Academy.

Ofsted and the Church of England Inspectorate judge St. Loys to be ‘outstanding’. Our school provides a caring, stimulating environment which aims to develop each child’s potential. We encourage and expect high standards in both work and behaviour.

Our top priority is for children to be happy and engaged in an ever improving environment and curriculum that excites.

Please look at our Galleries on the Quick Links on the left to see some of the amazing activities our St Loys children get up to!

Our School Mission Statement

 Alison Allen, Head teacher.

“Our School is one where individuals will be helped to strive to reach their full potential, feel valued and where personal endeavour, responsibility and good behaviour to others will be encouraged in a Christian environment”.

St Loys is a Church of England Voluntary Aided School and is committed to educational excellence and to the spiritual, moral and cultural development of all its pupils.

The School recognises and affirms its Church of England foundation and greatly values its special, historic and continuing link with the parish church of St Mary and St Peter. Read more from Head Teacher Alison Allen here.

- St. Loys

Welcome to St Loys Primary Academy

St Loys, Weedon Lois, is a happy school founded over 150 years ago and sited in a most attractive location in the heart of the South Northamptonshire countryside. We now have provision at our school for children aged 2 to 11 years of age with St Loys Pre School now being part of the Academy.

Ofsted and the Church of England Inspectorate judge St. Loys to be ‘outstanding’. Our school provides a caring, stimulating environment which aims to develop each child’s potential. We encourage and expect high standards in both work and behaviour.

Our top priority is for children to be happy and engaged in an ever improving environment and curriculum that excites.

Please look at our Galleries on the Quick Links on the left to see some of the amazing activities our St Loys children get up to!

Our School Mission Statement

 Alison Allen, Head teacher.

“Our School is one where individuals will be helped to strive to reach their full potential, feel valued and where personal endeavour, responsibility and good behaviour to others will be encouraged in a Christian environment”.

St Loys is a Church of England Voluntary Aided School and is committed to educational excellence and to the spiritual, moral and cultural development of all its pupils.

The School recognises and affirms its Church of England foundation and greatly values its special, historic and continuing link with the parish church of St Mary and St Peter. Read more from Head Teacher Alison Allen here.

Strategic School Priorities 2015-2020

The following key strategic priorities have been developed and agreed by the governors and the leadership of St. Loys Primary Academy. The annual and mid term goals we set for ourselves are based on these priorities.

 

  • Remain a school that provides outstanding education for every child in a happy, secure and caring environment
  • Continuously provide a framework that allows all children to make exceptional progress and prepares them for the next stage of their education
  • Instill and maintain a high thirst for learning in all children
  • Carry on being judged as outstanding by OFSTED and Section 48
  • Proactively ensure that a Christian ethos can be seen and felt by all and is an everyday part of school life
  • Provide a stimulating and balanced curriculum across all subjects that reflects the best of British values
  • Proactively ensure that sport, music and art play a key role in giving each child a rounded education
  • Proactively ensure that IT is an integral part of our teaching and learning and for excellent IT facilities to be an essential tool in helping our children achieving their ambitious targets
  • Proactively ensure that what we do and offer at school furthers the health and well-being of our children (especially around the provision and teaching of healthy food and exercise)
  • Carry on providing excellent facilities that help support the delivery of our outstanding curriculum
  • Increase the extra-curriculum benefits such as wrap-around care and after school clubs to further enrich children’s learning and help working parents
  • Have excellent relationships with parents and the local community
    • Create awareness in our children of the wider world, the issues facing us as humans and the need to be compassionate.                                                                                  Barbara Gundle, Chair of Governors