Welcome to South Bank Primary School website and a taste of what life is like at our school. We hope you will enjoy reading about the exciting opportunities and experiences we offer to the children in our community. Our doors are always open, whether you are new to the school or a long standing friend, welcome. South Bank Primary school is at the heart of South Bank and serves a multi-cultural community. The school currently supports 230 pupils with nursery places for 39 children. The school community includes groups learning English as an additional language, Travellers, pupils in care and refugees. Most pupils are from White British backgrounds and a small range of minority ethnic groups. The schools provision for children with learning difficulties is excellent. This includes a unit for up to 25 pupils, from Reception, KS1 & KS2, with moderate learning difficulties. This is a real asset for the surrounding area as it also supports children from 13 other schools. We aspire to equip our children with the skills and attributes necessary to live a full life, contributing positively to a fast changing world. Our schools mission statement is:- Moving potential to new horizons through the provision of a rich learning environment, where individuals are respected and valued. Looking forward to meeting you. Miss Cooper Headteacher
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