Teaching and Learning
"Leaders are passionate about ensuring that all pupils, regardless of their background or special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND), achieve their full potential. In their words, they aspire to ‘level the playing field’. Pupils successfully build detailed knowledge and skills as they get older. They thoroughly enjoy high-quality learning that is carefully planned and sequenced in all subjects. Teaching excites and engages pupils, promoting interesting discussions. For example, in art, pupils have recently developed their skills through a whole-school global art project. Their vibrant work, beautifully displayed around the school, reflects the global influences and relevant issues they discussed, as well as their technical abilities and their attention to detail. Teachers accurately understand how much pupils know and learn because they use assessment very well. As a result, pupils receive work that challenges them to really think. Leaders are striving to ensure that teachers have excellent subject knowledge in every single subject. Close work with other schools in the trust allows expertise to be effectively shared." OFSTED 2020
Dear Mrs Gregori,
We wanted to let you know how impressed we have been with the students at Bletchingley Village Primary School. Our team at Merstham Library have thoroughly enjoyed each class visit this term. The students were so engaged and enthusiastic about the library and the books. We were impressed with the intelligent questions we were asked and their class behaviour in a public place was exlempary. We have discussed regular visits for Years 3 and 5, including topic specific visits with the teachers. We look forward to welcoming the students again soon.