I am enormously proud to be Headteacher at Putnoe Primary School.
Our mission at Putnoe Primary is to help all pupils delight in achievement. We strive for academic excellence while seeking to provide a balance between the academic subjects and the aesthetic, practical, musical and physical activities that shape the curriculum.
At Putnoe, we believe in the power of the arts. Arts and culture are a life-enhancing and essential part of our existence. They bring pleasure, participation, self-expression and essential skills into our children’s lives.
We ensure the children in our care are given the opportunities they need to prosper, making sure that they find out about themselves and explore the numerous cultural avenues that will empower them to find out exactly where their interests lie.
At Putnoe, we believe our children prosper and are more likely to know what they want to learn, and how to learn it, if they experience a curriculum that celebrates their various talents, not just a small range of them. The arts are important because they speak to the parts of children’s being which are otherwise untouched.
We hope that you will find our website to be both extensive and high quality in its coverage. No amount of browsing, however, can replace a visit to soak up the wonderful learning environment in our school. If you are a prospective parent, do contact us to make an appointment to see the school in action.
If you cannot find the information you want on this site, please contact the school using the enquiry form, by e-mail or directly by phone. We will be pleased to hear from you.
Welcome to Putnoe Primary School.
Mrs G Peck, Head Teacher
Watch a video to find out how we are going to celebrate World Book Day.
Find out how you can watch an excitng performance from our school children this weekend!
Read the school news from this half term.
Watch a video that explains how you to choose a library book
Year 3 children enjoy a performance from the Philharmonia Orchestra.
Find out more about the school's Cultural Ambassadors.
Watch a short video that shows the reward given to one child to celebrate his successes in reading.