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“Still other seed fell on the good soil, where it produced a crop – a hundred, sixty or thirty times what was sown.” Matthew 13:8

Welcome Statement

Mrs Beverly Holmes

We believe children learn best through personal experiences so all our staff work hard to place learning in a real context, relevant to the child. This means you may be drawn into anything from solving the problems left behind by the big bad wolf who will only return the three little pigs when the answers are discovered.

Our Vision & Values

What do we want to achieve

Our vision at St Leonard’s is to provide a nurturing, Christian environment where pupils develop a passion for learning about the world around them in order for them to become vibrant learners who use their abilities, knowledge and values to grow into faithful stewards of God’s Creation.

Let’s Tweet Together

Thinking of all the mums who are with us now and who have sadly left us too. Thank you for helping us be the best version of ourselves. Thank you for trying to support and love us at all times and being there for us too. Happy #MothersDay ❤️.

It’s almost Red N🔴S Day! In support of @comicrelief, our #WakeUpWednesday guide has got some top tips on helping children and young people to build their digital resilience – minimising the impact of #OnlineSafety threats 🛡

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Can gaming help children to ‘level up’ in real life? 🎮📈 Our guides often deal with the #OnlineSafety risks in video games, but this #WakeUpWednesday we explain how safe and healthy gaming might actually have some benefit for young minds 💡

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AI solution 🦾 or AI problem? ⚠ With AI tools becoming more mainstream, this week’s #WakeUpWednesday guide considers the #OnlineSafety issues this kind of technology might raise, and the support trusted adults can offer 🛡

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