Welcome to the Bow Community School Website!
It is our Vision to be an excellent school, where pupils are at the heart of everything we do, where pupils can respect themselves and each other, a school where pupils can Learn, Share and Enjoy.
Our school Ethos centres around a pupil's journey at Bow CP School. We recognise that each and every child is an individual and celebrate the special talents that each child brings to our school. We work in partnership with home and the wider community to help children to grow and develop as learners. We provide a fun, safe and secure learning environment where all children are entitled to develop to their fullest potential, whilst taking PRIDE in all they they do. Teachers encourage children to encompass the values of the school motto by becoming Proud, Resilient, Independent, Determined and Enthusiastic learners.
Pride in All We Do has become the Bow CP School motto!
If you are thinking of choosing Bow CP School, please visit our parent page for full details of admission to both our 'in-year' and Reception intake. We would be delighted to show you around our school and its wonderful facilities, so please do ring and make an appointment to have a look, on 01363 82319.
I look forward to meeting you in person.
We have had many pupils poorly over the last few months. If your child has a particularly prolonged period of absence - please contact their class teacher, so that we can support you during their illness with reading and comprehension material.
Attendance 30th October - 20th December 2017
Foxcubs - 91.96% authorised absences - 7.76% unauthorised absences - 0.28% term time holidays 0.2%
Otters - 93.99% authorised absences - 5.39% unauthorised absences - 0.61% term time holidays 0.53%
Hares - 95.52% authorised absences - 4.12% unauthorised absences - 0.36% term time holidays 0.03%
Badgers - 96.51% authorised absences - 3.43% unauthorised absences - 0.06% term time holidays 0.05%
Stags - 95.76% authorised absences - 3.70% unauthorised absences - 0.54% term time holidays 0.43%
Your child's progress and success at the end of each year, depends on their fullest attendance throughout the year. Each time a child is absent, it affects their learning as writing, including grammar, punctuation and spelling, along with maths are taught in blocks. To be absent during a section of a learning block, means that they have missed the opportunity to gain further knowledge, skills and understanding, which they will build on for their next learning task.