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About Us

 

Boston St Thomas CE Primary School is a friendly, family school on the edge of Boston. It is a two form entry school, which means it has two classes in each year group. We have about 420 children on roll. We believe in working in partnership with our families to strive to give our children the best possible primary experience that we can. We have 5 core values that are very important to us and shape everything we do. We expect visitors to our school and parents to share these values with us. They are as follows:

Compassion, resilience, trust, respect and fellowship.

We play an important part in the lives of our young people and we are passionate about understanding and educating the whole child. Academic standards are high on our list of priorities and you can see this from our excellent SAT results and from many other examples of childrens' achievements across the curriculum. However, ensuring we have happy, confident children who are ready for life both in and out of school is equally important to us. If you want to find out more about our curriculum, take a look in the Parent Information section and have a good look at all pages on this site to see the kinds of activities the children get involved in.

Please click here for the results of the September 2015 parent survey.

We are in partnership with Wyberton Primary School. The two schools form the Great Oaks Federation and we have found this to be a very beneficial partnership for staff and for children. There have been many opportunities for staff to share expertise, widening the knowledge and understanding of teachers and children in both schools. You can visit Wyberton website to find out a bit more about that school. In addition, we are widening our family of schools to include Little Oaks Nursery. This is a private nursery, situated on Wyberton Primary school grounds and run by the Great Oaks Governing Body. 

 

 

Consultation on admissions policies for 2018 intake

 

 Lincolnshire County Council are proposing changes to the admission arrangements for 2018 intake. Their detailed proposals will be posted on their website at www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/admissionsconsultation

 

Please take time to read their proposals and feedback your comments to Lincolnshire County Council if you so wish.