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About us!
Vernon Terrace Primary School is a friendly welcoming, well established inclusive school for children aged 3-11 years. The school can take up to 30 children in each year group and has a specialist provision for up to 11 children with a hearing impairment.The school boasts a very strong team of well trained staff.  All adults in the school are valued for the contribution they make to the school. The school has spacious classrooms. We have new radio equipment to enable our hearing impaired children to be fully integrated in the school.  We also have group rooms for them to receive specialised support.
The school hall is used for assemblies, lunches, PE lessons and community events.  The library provides a light and spacious room for children to enjoy books and small group work activities with teachers and support staff.

The school has 2 playgrounds and garden areas. 
Foundation stage children have an outdoor area where they can enjoy an outdoor curriculum to support their learning. We value a strong partnership between home and school.

You will be assured of a friendly welcome from our office staff on arrival or if you ring the school.

Our Ofsted report can be can be found by clicking here (a paper copy can be obtained from the office)


Please make an appointment if you would like to look around.  Tel No: 01604 633894.

We look forward to meeting you and welcoming you into our school community.

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