ABOUT OUR SCHOOL
HEADTEACHER - Mr P Wain
Caroline Haslett Primary School is a successful and high attaining school which has demonstrated consistently high standards for a number of years. It operates in a culture where expectations are high,learning is exciting and children's individuality is valued. It is very inclusive and committed to helping children achieve their full potential.
Opened in 1992 as a combined school for 4 to 12 year olds and following Milton Keynes reorganisation. It is now a primary school for 4 to 11 year olds serving Shenley Lodge and the eastern part of Shenley Brook End. Accomodation includes the main open-plan building ( FS to Y4 ), a classroom of the future Mekon bulding ( Y5 & Y6 ) and a specialist teaching block ( Library, food technology and The Faraday club).
With a roll of 436, we are a two-form entry school with class sizes between 30 and 32. We have a department for 10 children with speech and language statements of special educational needs, integrated into our mainstream classes receiving additional support in line with their statements. The school supports children at every stage of the special needs register through specialist teaching advice and a high level of teaching assistant support.
At the end of Y6 most children transfer to either Denbigh or Shenley Brook End secondary schools, with a small number going to other schools in MK. We have good links with playgroups in the area and there are strong sporting and staff development links with our nearby schools.
We believe that praise and a positive, can-do approach helps all to achieve their best. We operate this within a framework of high and clear expectations, resulting in a ethos where all are valued and achievement is recognised. We offer a broad range of activities within and beyond the school day. The on-site Faraday club provides before and after school care together with holiday play scheme provision.
We value staff expertise and professional development. We are committed to a policy of promotion from within where possible. each class has an interactive whiteboard, each teacher a MacBook and there is an airport network throughout school, enabling ICT to support the entire curriculum.
There is a well established and enthusiastic governing body which supports the school strongly. Governors hold regular 'tea parties' with the children to listen to their views about their school.