Welcome to Burman Nursery and Infant School
Our supportive Governors, experienced Staff, around 214 enthusiastic learners and I, are excited to welcome you to Burman Nursery and Infant School. We are a family and values led school, incorporate Building Learning Power within our teaching and hold our children at the heart of all we do.
At Burman we believe that learning is the most exciting journey in life and it is a privilege to support and guide our children on their way through their early and infant years, here. We pride ourselves on our nurturing and supportive ethos (which is often commented upon) and where safeguarding and wellbeing are paramount.
As the Headteacher of Burman Infant School, I am proud to say that we strive to make our provision the best it can possibly be, in order to meet the needs of every individual and to offer quality learning experiences that are purposeful, progressive, enjoyable and memorable.
I hope that you find our website interesting and informative and that it provides an insight into our unique school. You are warmly welcomed to contact us for any further information that you may require.
Miss E Saxty (Headteacher January 2021)
Believe in yourself and be the best me!
Understanding each other and being united.
Recognise your goals and reach for the stars!
Mindfulness and mental wellbeing.
Attitude; always trying our best, succeed and smile!
Nurturing and caring for others.
Our Core Safeguarding Principles
positive, supportive, safe culture, curriculum and pastoral opportunities for children, safer recruitment procedures.
following the agreed procedures, ensuring all staff are trained and supported to recognise and respond appropriately and sensitively to safeguarding concerns.
for all learners, parents and staff, and where appropriate specific interventions are required for those who may be at risk of harm.
Working with parents and other agencies
to ensure timely, appropriate communications and actions are undertaken when safeguarding concerns arise.
- #1 Pupils feel safe in school because they know that adults are there to look after them.
- #2 Reading is a priority. There is a strong focus on developing pupils' love of reading and encouraging them to read daily.
- #3 Pupils have positive attitudes towards learning. They are keen to learn. Pupils enjoy coming to school and attend regularly. Ofsted - March 2023