Welcome to Broadwater C. of E. First and Middle School
Broadwater is a Christian School. Our aim is to enable children to become confident successful learners with the motivation, skills and responsibility to make a positive difference in God’s world.
Thank you for taking the time to look at our website and find out about Broadwater C. of E. First and Middle School. The primary years of education are crucial to a child’s development. Here at Broadwater we believe firmly in developing each child in partnership with the parents, and fostering Christian principles. This website can only begin to give you an idea of what our school is like. We would be delighted to welcome you and your children to come and see us at work.
Our mission statement can be summarised by three simple words – Love to Learn.
Jez Wong (Headteacher) and Janet Sharp (Consultant Headteacher)
Broadwater is an outstanding school. It is led by an exemplary principal and an outstanding headteacher who provide exceptional leadership and have developed a strong team of senior leaders, governors and staff. All are committed to providing a first-class education for pupils, within a highly supportive, stimulating learning environment. As a result, pupils make excellent progress during their time in the school and achieve exceptionally well. The school’s strong Christian ethos ensures a very happy, caring community where pupils thrive both academically and personally. Parents and carers are extremely pleased with what the school provides and appreciate the dedication of all staff. These comments sum up the views of most parents and carers: ‘Broadwater is extremely well managed. It is the epitome of what a church school should be’ and ‘The school provides an excellent learning environment that enables children to flourish.’ However, perhaps the best comments come from the pupils themselves: ‘Teachers are amazing - they help you when you are stuck and make learning fun.’ Overall, pupils are lively, enthusiastic ambassadors for the school.
OFSTED Report (March 2011)