Welcome to Millfield Primary School and to our school website.
As head teacher of Millfield I am extremely proud of the role and responsibility I have of leading and managing the school and making it the very best that it can be.
These are challenging but exciting times for Millfield Primary as we continue to move forward and ensure that all of our pupils make the best possible progress and achieve at the highest possible level.
Reading is at the heart of our curriculum. It is the most important skill that we must teach our pupils to ensure that they become fluent readers as quickly as possible. We want every pupil at this school to be a confident, fluent reader who not only reads to learn but also reads for pleasure.
I am, along with all staff and all governors, committed to making our school a centre of excellence. We are all dedicated to accepting nothing but the best for our school and doing everything in our power to help every single pupil achieve their very best.
If your require any further information about the school or wish to make an appointment to visit us please do not hesitate to contact the school office.
Mr S Kelly - Head Teacher
Latest Millfield Primary School Events
- Author Visit26Feb2020
The author Frances Stickley, writer of 'Love You Always' and 'What Will You Dream of Tonight?' will be visiting our school today and spending time with pupils delivering a short workshop, sharing story ideas, strategies for writing and storytelling.
- Information Evening for Year 6 Parents / Carers - End of KS2 Assessment26Feb2020
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm @ School hall
Parents / carers of Year 6 pupils are invited to join us at 6.00pm in the school hall for a presentation regarding preparation for the end of KS2 tests scheduled to take place in the week beginning Monday 11th May 2020.
- World Book Day05Mar2020
To celebrate World Book Day all pupils are invited to come to school dressed as character from one of their favourite books. Pupils are also encouraged to bring in one of their favourite books to share with others.
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