Thank you for visiting our website and showing an interest in our school. At Malvin’s Close Primary Academy we encourage children to have high aspirations and to strive for the best. We want them to be responsible, capable young people ready to meet the challenges of their next school after they have completed their journey at Malvin’s Close.
Our staff are dedicated to developing the knowledge, skills, attitudes and understanding which will help children enjoy learning, be successful and feel happy. Our aim is to foster a love of learning whilst encouraging children to set challenging goals for themselves and hold high aspirations for their future.
Our school has a strong community spirit where consideration and respect for others is encouraged. Our pupils celebrate their differences and are keen to uphold kind, well- mannered behaviour as positive members of our school community.
I am very proud of our pupils and their achievements. They respond so positively to new ideas and to challenges and enjoy exploring new ways to learn.
In the last five years our school has experienced a number of significant changes. We have changed from a First school to a Primary school and in 2013 we converted to Academy status within The Blyth Quay’s Trust. You can find out more about our Trust at http://www.blythquaystrust.co.uk/ .
If you would like your child to join us at Malvin's Close Primary Academy, please contact the School Office to make an appointment to visit.
Mrs A Nicholson
Malvin's Close Primary Academy is part of The Blyth Quays Trust. This is a company limited by guarantee and registered in England and Wales under Company Registration No: 08428466
Registered address of the Company:
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