Children

Children at the Link Primary School receive an individual approach to learning to cater for their needs.

Children have an active part to play in the school and their opinions and views are taken into account through formal and informal means.

The school vision outlines the need for adults to seek to understand every child in order to help them reach their full potential. Sometimes our children are still learning to find their voice and it is imperative that everyone involved with the child advocates for the child based on careful observation and internal understanding.

As children begin to find their own voice they are encouraged to express their thoughts and opinions empathically through structured lessons and child centred teaching approaches. Formally the School Council offers the children a collective voice where they are given opportunity to express their thoughts and hopes for their school environment and community relationships.

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.

Parent – 2018

Latest News

Everyone loves harvest time! 

It has been lovely to see pupils enjoying the garden. They take great pride in planting flowers and seeds and tending to the raised beds. The garden provides a calm and therapeutic outdoor sanctuary. There is plenty of freedom to …

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School makeover 

Over the summer break, the school underwent a mini makeover. The older part of the building now boasts new windows, doors, soffits and cladding. These improvements make the building look more uniform and up-to-date. Acorn Class had a new trampoline …

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New Video Learning Platform

We have launched a video learning platform to assist with learning at home.  It is password protected, but is available to all pupils within the school – please contact the school office if you do not know the password. There …

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Staying Connected

Our Daily Updates are certainly helping pupils stay connected with each other. As pupils are able to see their friends and peers trying new activities at home, they have been encouraged  to have a go too. Cooking and art have …

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