Be All You Can Be
--- Our Christmas post boxes are in place, so don't forget to write your lovely Christmas cards and post them! --- Look at the photos of what the children have been up to over the last couple of weeks! ---
On behalf of the staff and children welcome to Katherines Primary School.
We are a thriving Foundation School in a small estate in Harlow and a school that the staff, children and myself are incredibly proud of, especially in light of the journey that we are on to continually improve. We see every single day as a possibility not to be missed as a learning opportunity for everyone.
Please take the time to browse our website or even better come in and see the children in school from the bright faces and an eagerness to learn, to the wonderful work they are so proud of on all our displays. Every child’s learning and development is as individual as they are and we work extremely hard to encourage and nuture every single one of our pupils to “Be all they can be”. Our children leave Katherines Primary as well rounded, confident and accomplished young people who are a credit to our school and ready for their next stage of education in their respective secondary schools.
Our website aims to give you a small window into our school life and the site is updated regularly to provide as much information as possible for our parent community. We hope that you enjoyed navigating your way around our website and you found what you are looking for.
If you have any queries or require any information please call our school office and we will be delighted to help you.
Mrs. Suzanne Ryan
Friday 9th December
We are taking part in 'Elf Day' in association with Alzheimer's Society. Come dressed as an elf and make a small donation to this worth while charity.
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Headteacher: Mrs Suzanne Ryan
Disclaimer: We only use first names of children on our website and in local media i.e. newspapers. We go out to parents annually to seek permission to publish photographs of children on our website and in the local newspaper should the opportunity arise. Parents can request that their child’s photograph is not used on this permission form.