At Betley CE Primary our children develop a love of learning, are well motivated, enjoy themselves and take a pride in their school. Our vision is:
'We will provide a loving, trusting and engaging community rooted in Christian Values, where everyone is respectful and is encouraged to develop as learners, maximise their talents and fully achieve their God-given potential.'
Our children integrate well from our feeder nursery and when the time comes, are fully prepared for transition to secondary school. We value academic and personal success and all pupils are encouraged to fulfil their potential and develop their diverse range of talents. We build a strong community, which supports all pupils and is sustained by the excellent partnership with the church.
Our aim is to provide the highest value-added education within a Christian context and enable the children to become well balanced and healthy, capable of achieving their individual potential and with a love for learning.
Our talented, caring staff have high expectations and work hard to build strong partnerships with parents. We believe that where that partnership is strong and supportive all our pupils flourish.
We hope this website gives you an insight into the unique nature of Betley CE Primary and the life your child will enjoy at our school. Choosing your child’s school is one of the hardest decisions that parents can make. There are many questions you will want to ask and we hope that this website will give an insight into the many aspects of school life and will help you to make that decision. You are very welcome to visit and to see the school in action. If you would like more information or would like to come for a visit you are more than welcome.
With my best wishes,
Mrs Sam Ray
Executive Headteacher of Betley and St Luke's CE Primary School
Our school is part of a Hard Federation called The Great Oak CE Learning Federation. We have only two schools in our Federation and it was formed in September 2016. We have one Governing Board. The chairs of this are Mrs Jan Phillips and Mr Jim Cartlidge.