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For further enquiries or to receive a paper copy of any information contained on the website:

EMAIL: office@tabinfant.org.uk

FAO: Office

Thomas A'Becket Infant School
Pelham Road
Worthing 

BN13 1JB

Phone: 01903 235386

Fax: 01903 215038

Our School Aims

At Thomas A'Becket Infant School we encourage the children to REACH for the stars:


R – Respect, E – Effort, A – Attitude,

C – Collaboration, H – Honesty

 

In order to support this we aim to:


Provide a happy and secure environment that is both stimulating and responsive to the needs of each child.


Encourage each child's natural sense of curiosity, enquiry and purpose and to develop the ability to produce high quality pieces of work, both independently and collaboratively.


Provide a structured progression of skills, concepts and experience within each curriculum area that is appropriate to each child’s stage of development.


Encourage each child to become enthusiastic, confident and independent life-long learners


Encourage the development of a caring and considerate attitude so that each child understands and appreciates the needs and feelings of others.


Establish an effective partnership between home and school that actively encourages parents to be involved in their child's learning.


Liaise with partners within the locality and wider community to promote positive continuity, progression and good communication for the mutual benefit of all. This also supports our children in becoming valuable citizens in the future.


Create an ethos in which all staff members feel valued as successful team members whose skills and talents are used effectively and celebrated.


Provide for and encourage the professional development of our staff.


All staff at Thomas A'Becket Infant School work together to develop a rich learning environment that enables the children to thrive whilst feeling ‘Safe’ and ‘Happy’

We have an active School Council called the TASC Force (Thomas A'Becket School Council)

We have an on-site Forest School and Conservation Area, accessed by all children, and described by OFSTED as 'exceptional'

We are a Rights Respecting School

We have a Popular Breakfast/after school club on site

Parental involvement - FABs, volunteer helpers in class, on trips

We provide extra support for parents and children; Sunshine Group, Turtle Time, Parent Workshops

We have a wide range of after school clubs, including Gymnastics, Dance, Choir, Drama, Football, Karate, Spanish and Bee Fit

Please download our School Prospectus, for information on our Curriculum and visit our Classes tab, which will give you an overview of each Year Group's Topic for the term.