Welcome to The Link Primary School.
We provide a quality education that puts every child at the centre of their learning so that they are able to celebrate their strengths and overcome their barriers. We aim for children to develop high self- esteem and confidence and the ability to understand and value others.
We are committed as a collaborative team to make a difference to the lives of children with speech, language and communication difficulties. Every child is important and we are ambitious for their education. We aim to guide and support their learning enabling them to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes that recognise and fill gaps in understanding and move children forward. The firm foundations developed in their time in the school prepare them well for a positive future.
Visits to our school are encouraged and welcomed – we would be delighted to show you around our wonderful school.
Sandy Turner - Executive Principal
At the Link Primary children are happy in a peaceful and purpose filled learning environment where everyone is valued and encouraged to be the best that they can be.
We cannot thank you enough for all the time and effort you have put into our son. You are amazing and we appreciate everything you have done for us as a family.
The School Council met this week to start making plans for their first fundraising project for the autumn term – a Macmillan Coffee Afternoon. Class Reps took time to find out what the Macmillan Coffee afternoon was all about and …
We continue to share our expertise with a worldwide audience and are pleased to let you know that a further article written by Executive Principal, Sandy Turner and Judy Turner, PDA and Outreach Teacher entitled “Building Emotional Health in Children …
The school was filled with excitement this week, when we welcomed 8 new members into our community. Dragon, Cuddles, Boris Johnson, Fluffball, Chick-Chick, Penguin, Friendie and Chicken Nugget are our very popular chicks that all hatched this week. Pine Class …
We are very proud to announce that we have had another article published in the May edition of Autism Parenting Magazine. It is entitled ‘Being Extraordinary for the Extra Ordinary!’ click here to read it.