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** For Trust Consultation Letter & Strike Action Letter see School News Section**

Welcome to Ninelands Primary School


Please browse our site to get a flavour of life at Ninelands.  We love learning, particularly outdoors, and have a reputation for high academic results and outstanding pastoral care.

imageWe believe that children should work hard, but that education should be stimulating, enjoyable and exciting. We believe in good discipline and academic achievement but also in the education of the whole child and therefore offer experiences in the widest possible range of areas of study including the arts and outdoor learning. Our extensive grounds include an allotment, pond, wild area, two fields, three playgrounds and a fantastic new purpose built foundation area. We have a strong music tradition and a passion for creativity in all areas of the curriculum.

Starting at a new school is an important time for both children and their parents/carers. We welcome parents/carers as partners in their children’s education. A successful partnership depends on close co-operation, support and trust between home and school and a recognition that we have a shared responsibility. We operate an open door policy where parents/carers can raise worries, ask questions and share information freely.  Please do not hesitate to come and see us if you need to discuss something with us.

All our talented staff strive to maintain a caring, safe, happy, purposeful and stimulating environment where each child feels respected and valued and is encouraged to achieve their true potential.  We are part of the Garforth Schools Partnership Trust and as such work very closely with our neighbouring primary schools and Garforth Academy, our feeder high school, to ensure high quality experiences and education for all families in the Garforth community.

It is important that you choose a school that you feel is right for your child and your family.  Please arrange a visit with us and judge for yourself, we look forward to meeting you.

Mrs Jillian Sabourn
Headteacher