Learning together for a brighter future

About our school

Welcome to Springwell Village Primary School

A very warm welcome to Springwell Village Primary School’s website. At Springwell Village we have high expectations of all children and staff and we provide a friendly, supportive and purposeful school community which values all its members.

We value children as individuals, and help them to understand their role as members of the school and of the wider community and to see how they can contribute to a better society. We support all of our children to be aspirational, to enquire about the world and to celebrate diversity.

We recognise the vital part parents play in their children’s learning and are committed to developing partnerships with parents.

We hope you enjoy exploring our website and finding out about our brilliant school.

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We’re part of Oak Learning Trust

About our trust

Oak Learning Trust is a multi-academy trust based in the North East of England. We currently have three schools in our Trust and have supported a number of schools in their school improvement journey.

Our vision at Oak Learning Trust is to support our schools to provide outstanding education for children every day, to develop our staff to be the best that they can be and to create a positive and supportive learning environment where everyone can thrive and enjoy learning.

Our Trust Head Office is based at George Washington Primary School, Well Bank Road, Washington, Tyne and Wear, NE37 1NL. Telephone Number: (0191) 4196453.

Our trust’s vision

The Trust Board and Senior Leadership Team at Oak Learning Trust are passionate about ensuring that all children in schools within the Trust receive the best possible education to allow them to reach their full potential in all areas of their lives.

Because of this we ensure that all of our schools focus not only on excellent academic achievement for all but that we provide an exciting and enriched curriculum. This will include visits to and working with theatres, museums and galleries, with opportunities for performance and drama, excellent music tuition and successful sports engagement within the curriculum and through out of school clubs.