Parental Views

Kingsfold Primary School is a lovely school with dedicated teachers, teaching assistants and staff that genuinely care for the children and try their best to make each child reach their full potential.
The staff listen to the parents and take on board suggestions and feedback to further improve the school.
I have a child with special needs that attends this school and he has blossomed so beautifully.  The staff deal with children with a lot of patience and use different approaches in teaching to engage children.  My son has made a lot of good progress due to the teachers different approaches and intervention programs.  The transformation in my son is nothing short of a miracle and I could not have chosen a better school.  Both my children's confidence and social skills have improved greatly.
Each child is cared for, listened and valued as an individual.  Every small or big achievement is celebrated making the child feel important.  My children are happy to come to school, enjoy learning and have made great progress.
All the teachers are enthusiastic, approachable and make the atmosphere very friendly.
I would particularly like to mention Mrs D. Ainscough who is a fantastic teaching assistant who goes above and beyond the call of duty.  
I would like to thank the school for the love and support they have given my children over the 3 years for teaching them and helping them grow in to phenomenal little people.
Mrs F Wadiwala
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We have three children all of whom have attended Kingsfold Primary School since Reception and have gone on to high school, with one child still in Year 5.  The teachers, teaching assistants and all other staff have supported our family ensuring that each child has developed/progressed throughout Primary School to their full potential, my two oldest have made the move to secondary school in a confident and successful way, thanks to the support they have had at Kingsfold.


We have found all of the staff to be approachable and take on board any feedback, concerns or suggestions we have brought to them.  All children are different, the school recognises this and develops the children at their own pace ensuring the best possible progress for each child.


Since we started at the school, the range of extra-curricular activities and links with the community have improved so that being part of the school makes you feel like you are part of the wider community.  


The first thing we noticed with the school was the friendly, inclusive and positive atmosphere of the school, this has not changed throughout the years and we would not hesitate to encourage any future parents to visit the school when looking for a primary school for their child.


Liz & John Singleton