Headteacher Welcome and Vision Statement
Welcome to our school website. Audley Primary School is a one-form entry school in Caterham.
Parents and carers are some of the most important people in a child’s life and we are committed to working together with them to ensure that every child achieves the best possible education.
Our school motto of: ‘A Journey to Excellence’ is at the heart of everything we do in school and together with parents, carers, governors and the local community, each and every child is encouraged to follow this principle.
Within Surrey, the school has been ranked 22nd place for its performance in 2019 in the Real Schools Guide 2020; ranked 1st place for KS2 attainment and ranked 4th place for progress within the local area in 2019 ; ranked 2nd most hardest school to get into in all schools in Surrey category for the last two years.
We are very proud of our school and everyone has a part to play in its success. It has wonderful grounds, is very well resourced and has excellent staff who use their expertise to extend the learning experiences of all pupils both in the classroom and in a range of extra-curricular clubs, trips and activities.
We hope that you will find the website informative and helpful in providing you with a genuine feel for our happy and successful school.
Please do come and see us in action. We look forward to meeting you.
Mrs M Rebello – Headteacher
A Journey to Excellence
At Audley Primary School every child matters. This means that the school wants all the children to feel safe, be healthy and enjoy their learning. Children are offered choices that help them become independent, life-long learners and take responsibility for their own actions and behaviour.
The school cares for each child in the best possible way. It tries to bring out and encourage children to use their abilities to the full. Children take part and learn through exciting, organised, challenging and fun activities. The school helps in all ways of children’s learning and development – both educational and social. It provides a good start in life for skills and experiences so that children can grow up as confident individuals, successful learners and responsible citizens.
Parents are the children’s first teachers and the school hopes to make good use of their skills and talents. The school lets parents take part in activities that involves them in their education and learning.
Staff and governors bring with them many different types of skills, experiences and interests. The school aims to use these to encourage children to want to learn and achieve. The education provided allows children to have a better understanding of different communities and respect for each other and our world.