|Child Centered Provision||The needs of our pupils are central to all that we, as a school do. We promote a culture of achievement and ambition, equality of opportunity, have high standards of child protection and promote healthy lifestyles to enable every child to fulfil their potential.|
|High Quality Teaching and Learning||Our committed and enthusiastic teachers use a broad range of teaching strategies, which they adapt to meet the needs of pupils, and relevant assessment to inform teaching and learning and the early identification of underachievement.|
|A School Connected to its Local Community||Effective links and partnerships within the school, teachers and the community build enable us to build closer bonds and increased respect. As a result, there is a greater willingness to actively support the work of the school.|
|Effective Leadership||Our school management team promote an ethos of aspiration and achievement and from that flows effective self-evaluation and school development planning with a focus on imposing outcomes for pupils.|
On behalf of the Governors, Staff and Pupils, you are very welcome to St. MacNissi’s Primary School.
St. MacNissi’s Primary School has a long tradition of high achievement in curricular and extra-curricular areas. In partnership with parents, our goal is to ensure that every child in our care feels happy and secure in their learning environment to assist them in realising their full potential.
The aim of this website is to give you a greater insight into the ethos and day to day life of our school. Whether you already have a child at St. MacNissi’s or are interested in a place for your child or are just curious about life in our school, you are equally welcome.
We hope that this website will provide you with all the information you need about our school. Should you require any further information please do not hesitate to contact us.
Parents are welcome to visit the school at any time to seek further information.
Thank you for your co-operation and support.
Mrs Bibiana McCavera