Layton Primary School
A warm welcome to Layton Primary School’s website. Here you will find plenty of information about our school, our aims, our welcoming ethos and our staff.
We wish to enable your child to be the best they can be, whatever their talents, and to develop their skills so they achieve beyond their expectations.
At Layton we place a high value on children’s achievement and attainment, and have been extremely successful in this regard. We remain one of the most successful schools in England at developing children’s potential; in 2013/2014 we were placed in the highest 250 schools in the country for attainment and achievement of groups of our pupils, and were one of the most improved schools in the country. In 2015 we were placed in the highest 100 top performing schools in the country; we are incredibly proud of this huge achievement. On October of 2017 we received an outstanding judgement in all areas from OFSTED. We will be looking forward to building on this success and will continue to strive for excellence.
We are currently an Apple Distinguished School and place a high value on using ICT to support development of children as independent learners.
Have you seen our new app?
All of your child’s school information at your fingertips!
our app is available on both android and apple.
Please use the download links below.
ParentView give you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think of Layton Primary School.
As parents and carers you can give Ofsted your views of our school at and time of the year by using an online questionaire called ParentView.
Your views are really important in helping inspectors form a judgement about our school, and to help us know what is going well and what could be improved.
Click the Parent View icon to submit your feedback
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