The Vale Primary Academy

Together we believe, accomplish and achieve.

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Last updated: 27th May 2022

ITT Accreditation Success!

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Last updated: 10th Feb 2022

Dallowgill website now LIVE!

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Our Academy

Put simply, we want every child at The Vale Primary Academy to accomplish; to be happy, safe, to experience a wide range of learning opportunities and to leave our school engaged and confident learners. We ensure that every child receives the very best education and care. We want to be firmly rooted in our local community and to make a positive contribution to the lives of others. We want parents to send their children to The Vale Primary Academy with full confidence that they will make excellent progress, be loved and be excited to come to school each day. We continue to work tirelessly to ensure the school continues to thrive and develop. We value enormously the views and comments of our parents and the wider school community. Please do not hesitate to contact us should you wish to discuss any aspect of our work.

Mr J Singh, Head of Academy

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25 June

07:33AM

In our reading yesterday, we looked at the structure of an Oliver play script and the children spent time rehearsing their own lines before performing to the class. We learnt two scenes of the play and predicted what might happen next. #Super reading Year 5 https://t.co/308RelbSol

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17 June

15:57PM

Y4 and Y2 had an exciting, educational visit today from the school nurse! They learnt all about healthy living and how to keep a healthy lifestyle! https://t.co/4JDaHTocNo

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15 June

16:05PM

Today in art we are focusing on cross-sectional drawing. We used gradient pencils, rulers, and a set square. The children then evaluated their work to show how it worked for them. Well done Y5! https://t.co/R7jK9LRR6o

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