I would like to warmly welcome you to our school. Thank you for taking the time to visit our website. We hope that you will find our website useful and informative. However, should you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me directly at school.
Blanford Mere Primary School is a one and a half form entry school in Kingswinford, with superb nearby facilities including King George VI Park, St. Mary’s Church and local businesses which places us at the heart of the community. The school caters for children from Nursery to Year 6.
We are a warm and welcoming community school with delightful children, supportive parents and a hardworking staff and governors who work closely together to ensure that our children are nurtured and able to flourish. For us, success is measured in terms of personal development which goes far beyond academic attainment.
I am very privileged and proud to be part of the Blanford Mere’s community and have huge aspirations for our school. Your child’s safety and happiness is of paramount importance to us all, here at Blanford Mere and we endeavour to ensure that all children reach their full potential in an encouraging and supportive environment. We have built a broad and balanced curriculum, designed to ensure challenge for all, through engaging and exciting lessons. We also offer a wealth of enrichment activities throughout your children’s time with us: there are numerous class trips, residential visits, experiential learning days, whole class and small group music lessons and a wealth of after school activities for them to enjoy.
Please feel free to visit, telephone or email me for further information or to view the school.
Mrs K. Crook
- provide each child with an exciting, broad and balanced curriculum, so that they acquire skills, knowledge and a love of learning.
- encourage high standards of achievement, presentation and behaviour in a safe, nurturing and vibrant environment.
- respect their own rights and those of others so that everyone feels valued and secure in our school and wider community.
- encourage children to have high aspirations and strive to be the best that they can be, so that they can make a positive contribution to modern Britain.
- create a happy and caring community with involvement and commitment from children, staff and parents/carers to support children's learning.