‘LEARNING TOGETHER TO BE THE BEST WE CAN BE’
At Forest Primary School we encourage our learners to develop enquiring minds and to give them the independence, confidence, knowledge and skills to prepare them for their future.
It is a single form entry school that is co-located with Le Rondin School, sharing the same Executive Headteacher, Mrs Paula Sullivan.
We strive to ensure that every child reaches their individual potential and experiences and engages in a wide range of learning. We are a trauma-sensitive school and, as such, we aim to be a supportive community that enables both pupils and adults to feel safe, to build mutually respectful relationships, and become the best people they can be.
Our ethos is underpinned by ensuring that we are meeting the rights of children as outlined in the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), We are pleased to have been awarded our Silver Rights Respecting Schools Award.
A key feature of our school is the caring, family atmosphere.
As well as providing a full range of National Curriculum (Guernsey) subjects, we encourage children to develop in many ways. We strive to nurture their talents and equip them with the skills for learning. We follow the Guernsey Curriculum and aim to make them Successful Learners, Confident Individuals, Responsible Citizens, and Effective Contributors.