Dear Parents,

Victoria Community School is an excellent, forward thinking school where we have the most dedicated, dynamic and enthusiastic teaching team, support staff and governors of the very highest calibre. Together, we make our school a safe happy caring environment where every child is valued, challenged and listened to and where together we strive to develop confident, independent pupils who are able participate fully in the school community and society at large.

The stars of our school are of course, the children themselves. Very few visitors fail to comment on their politeness, energy and enthusiasm! I feel very privileged and proud to lead their learning – they deserve the best.

Every decision within the school is made by firstly considering what is in the best interest of the children. In this way, children lie at the heart of everything we do. We look forward to working with you and your child so that Victoria Community Primary School can continue to be the popular and very special place that it is today.

Parents are encouraged and welcomed as partners in their child’s education as we believe that our children learn best when members of staff and parents work in close partnership and so we value your involvement with your child’s education.  It has indeed been proven that when parents and schools work closely together, the well being, progress and achievement of the child can accelerate at a remarkable pace.

As the Headteacher of Victoria Community Primary School, my number one priority is to ensure that every child succeeds in all areas of the curriculum and school life. Children only get one chance at school and I’m determined to ensure that every child who attends this school will receive a fun and first class education which will prepare them for the rest of their lives.

Please take a moment to read the Home/ School Agreement in our school prospectus. This clearly sets out the role we all play in our children’s education.

I look forward to working alongside you and your children.

Yours sincerely,

Mrs Deborah Eccles