Welcome to Summercourt Academy.
Summercourt is a vibrant, forward thinking, friendly and welcoming academy offering many opportunities for educational and personal development. It is my pleasure and privilege to be the Head of School of such a happy academy.
Our dedicated staff have the highest aspirations for all our children and are committed, in partnership with parents, to nurturing and developing children’s learning. Our aim is to promote a positive attitude towards learning and to provide a range of experiences through a broad and balanced curriculum. Each child is valued for their own talents, strengths and personality and we encourage the children to succeed and reach their potential, to have high self-esteem and a belief that they can achieve.
Miss Savage / Head of School
Quote of the week.
Class 3 have had a busy week - we have enjoyed starting our new topic, “What is the difference between humans and a… https://t.co/mHnOTLURmy
Wow, what an excellent first week back we've had in CL4! The children have already begun looking into our new proje… https://t.co/z74B3JXtLk
Cl2 have been using their number knowledge to find missing numbers on a number line and applied this skill when rea… https://t.co/RlK5ACoDDN
This week, Class 1 have been reading another fairy tale “Jack and the Beanstalk”. We planted our own magic beans an… https://t.co/jJzw7kCGW6
Cl3 have earned a well-deserved PJ party for all their excellent work and super behaviour this half term. We have b… https://t.co/2PSOoX9tq9
Some beautiful photos have been shared with us which were taken by one of our Summercourt parents. These are amazin… https://t.co/UOXmyDrPZH
What a fantastic last week CL4 have had! We have worked collaboratively in maths (Y5 with Y6) and we have completed… https://t.co/VIKtW64bbO
Great partner work in class 2 this week. We have been using counters to find a quarter and a half of a number. We’v… https://t.co/0hPPvMpnhd
In our last week of term, Class 1 have had a very exciting time making Easter cards, doing Easter maths and writing… https://t.co/5jgEka9ZvG
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