Welcome to Castlecroft Primary School

Welcome to Castlecroft Primary School

Letters

Please see our latest letters here.

Castlecroft Year 6 Hockey A Team Drew 2-2 in the In2Hockey City Final against Bilston in a very exciting game to share 1st place and the overall trophy.

Scorers: 
Guven Gedi – 3
Joe Koren – 2
Charlie Hulme – 1
Zach Hopgood-Gravett – 1 

 

 

 

 

 

Junior Librarian

Please note: You will need the latest version of Silverlight software installed.

Brittany Ferries

After a very enjoyable France Residential we have received a letter from the Ferry Company praising the children on their behaviour.  We are very proud of them.

End of Season Netball Report   

A successful season saw the netball team play 6 competitive matches in total. Improving with every game they won 1 and lost 5 scoring 15 goals and conceding 47. A total of 13 Year 6 players consisting of an A and B team represented the school including 2 boys.

End of Season Football Report

A successful season saw the football team play 6 matches in total. Improving with every game they drew 1 and lost 5 scoring 15 goals and conceding 40. A total of 14 players represented the school including 8 Year 5’s and 6 Year 6’s.

 


 


 

Upcoming Events

  1. Inset Day

    September 3
  2. Inset Day

    September 4

This site is our window on the school and will give you a flavour of life at Castlecroft. It also provides easy access to key information. As you browse through the information on the website, we hope that you gain a sense of pride from all involved. The children love coming to school and feel valued, cared for and guided in all that they do. We work in close partnership with parents and carers to encourage them to be involved in their children’s education. We value our parents and carers and they are always welcome in school.

At Castlecroft Primary School we aim to prepare our students to become good citizens of the future. Through our curriculum we teach pupils British values and how to celebrate diversity. We aim to raise their awareness of radicalisation and extremist view, whatever the source. We have adopted the principals and advice found in Keeping Children Safe in Education 2016 and the 2011 Prevent Strategy.

Castlecroft Primary School is committed to keeping our pupils safe in the real and virtual world. As a parent there are many different ways that you can support us to keep your child safe while using the internet. Please look at our On Line Safety Policy or Parent External Links.