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.

‘Thank you very much for all the help and support you have given our daughter. The Link is a great school and our decision to send our daughter here was the best decision we made.”

Parental Survey 2017

Latest News

Life Long Learning

Staff at The Link Primary School are encouraged to attend courses to ensure their professional development continues, making sure they are abreast and up to date with new innovations, as well as consolidating and refreshing their skills, so that the …

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Rhubarb the Wonder Dog!

Rhubarb, the Lakeland Terrier was introduced to the Link Primary School back in September 2018. She is a very calm and placid therapy dog. Rhubarb, is now a well and truly part of the family and the children are happy …

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Christmas Fair

Thank you for supporting our annual Link Association Fair, it was lovely to see so many people. As well as spreading lots of festive cheer, over £2,000 was raised. Merry Christmas!      

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Christmas Artwork Commended

We received some wonderful news from OHCAT headquarters, we learnt that three of our pupils had been awarded “Highly Commended” for the festive designs they entered into the OHCAT Christmas Card Competition 2018. Principal, Sandy Turner, presented our three winners …

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