A warm welcome to Unsworth Primary School.
I am extremely proud to be Headteacher of this friendly, caring school where every child is important and encouraged to achieve their full potential.
Our school motto ‘Together we build understanding’ is underpinned by our core values of: Respect, Honesty, Friendship, Happiness and Learning and are central to our school ethos.
Unsworth Primary School is a special place where all children are at the heart of what we do. We provide a nurturing and stimulating environment, where children are motivated to explore, discover and question through a range of exciting learning opportunities. All our staff are highly motivated, hard-working and passionate about children’s learning.
As a school, we show a commitment to our children as individuals and to their learning experiences, by encouraging high standards of personal achievement and behaviour. We recognise the valuable contribution that parents make in support of that commitment.
As Headteacher, I am always happy to meet parents to talk about any aspect of your child’s education.
If you are a prospective parent, you are more than welcome to visit the school and see for yourself what a wonderful and vibrant place Unsworth Primary School is.
Mrs Jo Grundy
Oak Learning Partnership Trust is the overseeing charitable organisation of a family of schools in the Bury area of Greater Manchester. By working together each school gets significant support to be the best they can be for their learners and communities. Our Trust is committed to improving the life chances of children and young people through the delivery of an excellent, well-rounded education. At Oak we are passionate about inclusion; this is at the heart of our ethos and is a consistent focus in all our schools. We understand that high-quality teaching and support can transform lives and communities. The business and operational support provided by the central team of Oak Learning Partnership allows leaders in schools to focus their attention on ensuring teaching is consistently excellent.
Our schools work closely with one another: they collaborate, support each other and share collective systems across both educational and business provisions. But it’s also important to us that each school has individuality. The CEO and Trustees set highly-ambitious targets, not putting a ceiling on what our staff and young people can achieve. We understand that leaders need autonomy to be accountable for performance and to create schools which serve their communities’ specific needs.
As a Trust we are keen not to over-complicate our approach and we recognize that more often than not, doing the simple things extremely well, consistently, makes the biggest difference to our young people and ensures there is a clarity in what we do.
We are committed to developing partnerships which will contribute to strengthening our current schools. Oak LP and all its partners will always be underpinned by our driving priority: our strong moral purpose which enables us to provide a truly inclusive education.
If you would like to know more about our Trust please visit our website at www.oaklp.co.uk.
In the unlikely event that school cannot be open due to adverse weather we will put a message on Parent Hub by 7.30am or as soon as possible.
We will always endeavour for school to be open as normal and will communicate as soon as we have a decision.
Thank you for your support and understanding.