Welcome to Boundary Primary School
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We Work As One To Be The Best That We Can Be
Hello and welcome to our new website, which I hope will give you some insight into our school and what we do here.
At Boundary Primary School we work hard to provide the best education we can for our pupils and we are continuously driving for improvement – living up to our motto ‘we work as one to be the best that we can be!’
At Boundary, we take the ‘whole child’ into account. We want our pupils to leave school with excellent subject knowledge and skills, but also to leave as caring, respectful, tolerant and enthusiastic learners, who are well-equipped to become good citizens.
We look forward to you visiting our school so that you can see it all in practice.
Today Year 6 led the school in the annual Harvest assembly. The children explained the history of harvest and how we should be thankful for the food we have to eat. We also discussed World Food Day and how we should work together to help put a stop to world hunger. We...
This morning, Year 6 planned and taught an R.E. lesson to Year 1 all about Baptism. By the end of the lesson, the children could describe what happens during a baptism service in church, name the special objects needed for a baptism and explain why it is an important...
If your child is taking part in the School's Dance Festival on the 7th November 2019, please follow this link to purchase your tickets https://www.ticketmaster.co.uk/schools-festival-of-dance-blackpool-07-11-2019/event/1F005713A18E1A93.
Following a visit from local MP Mr. Paul Maynard, the School Council Elections 2019 officially began. Any child who wished to run for Class Councillor had the opportunity to write their manifesto (children in every class wrote their own manifesto - we were inundated...