Welcome to the Children and Learning part of the website. This section gives you information about pupil standards, expectations and support. If you need any further information or advice on any of the information please contact the school office and they will be happy to direct you to the right person.
We celebrated Claremont's 50th birthday in 2018/19. We had parties and visits and a big picnic. We also had a birthday video made, which we really love. You can watch it here:
Wellbeing is at the forefront of Claremont Primary School’s drive for success. We care about the mental and physical wellbeing of every member of our school community. Every child needs to feel safe to be able to access the quality first teaching that Claremont staff provide. Claremont caters for this through various ways, worry boxes in every classroom, thought provoking assemblies that cover issues around wellbeing, the daily mile initiative, regular circle time, and strong relationships between staff, children and parents. Using our wonderful grounds to inspire outdoor learning and teaching in creative and active ways also supports the wellbeing of teachers and children alike. Through all these initiatives we are preparing children to make the right choices, become more independent thinkers and learners, believe they can be the best they can be and can face the next stage of their life with confidence and self-belief. We are adopting the FRED acronym from NHS Good Mental Health Matters initiative (Food Rest Exercise Digital devices) to engage all staff, parents and children in the Claremont community.