Testimonials Home About Us Testimonials Pupils’ behaviour is excellent. The school is an oasis of calm and purposeful learning. Ofsted 2017 Effective team work is at the heart of the school’s success. Leaders, teachers and other adults are united in their efforts to secure the best possible education for pupils and morale is high. Staff are determined that no child should be left behind. Consequently, pupils are enthusiastic learners who want to do well, and there is a culture of high ambition. Ofsted 2017 Ponteland Primary remains a school where inclusion is given the highest priority and where all within embrace the values they promote. This beautifully presented, warm and exciting school...provides a high standard of inclusive education in a values led environment where children are nurtured to be the best they can be. The school has maintained and strengthened its aims to build a community which values respect, kindness, good humour, and empathy. Inclusion Quality Mark, October 2021 [The curriculum] isn’t easy but it makes us think and gets us ready for high school. Pupil 2021 There is no support I could ask for that I wouldn’t get from this school. Parent 2021 It’s [all] about respect, teachers trust us and help us to think about ways to do and say things better. They give us ways to show the [school] value and tell us when we’re doing the right thing. Pupil 2021 Everybody is important [here]. It’s a great place to be. Pupil 2021 Ponteland Primary provides a stunning environment which immerses the learner in culture, the arts, imagination, creativity, and nature both indoors and out. The deployment of specialists within art, music and sport further provides the inspirational and accessible learning experiences, nurturing talent and providing wide variety and challenge for all. IQM, October 2021 At every juncture staff find a way to look after my child whilst considering the needs of every other child. [The staff] offer unparalleled love, help and support and give my child what she deserves so that she is defined by what she can do, not by what she can’t. Parent of child with additional needs, 2021.