The school is divided into three main phases, each phase playing an important part in the learning journey from 2 to 11 years.
The school works to ensure that the transition between each phase means an uninterrupted education for a child and, as a result, maintains his/her progress.
At Kings Heath Primary Academy, we have the highest expectations for all of our children to achieve exceptional outcomes. Underpinned by a culture of positive relationships and our school values of Courage, Aspire, Ambition and Respect, together our staff and children strive to exceed the limitations of potential.
All staff at Kings Heath Primary Academy recognise that learning time in schools is finite and as a result they must find ways to ensure that all learning is highly effective and efficient. Our inspiring teachers communicate their passion for subjects through their teaching of a coherent and cumulatively structured knowledge-rich curriculum, which meets the needs of individual learners’ talents and builds the foundation for their future. Within lessons, teachers aim to deliver lessons which are explicitly taught and modelled; retrieve and build upon prior learning; are structured, scaffolded and carefully adapted to maximise the learning opportunities; resources are utilised effectively and provide timely feedback to ensure the that every child achieves their very best in every lesson.
Our school environment reflects the high expectations we have through for our children through the visible learning evidenced on working walls, which demonstrate how knowledge builds over time; the vocabulary rich classrooms and our displays and shared spaces. Furthermore, all classes are equipped with the latest technology, which are used to enhance and enrich the curriculum.
For a full list of teaching and support staff at the school, please refer to the Staff List.
In Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1, there will be no more than 30 children in each class; this is in line with Government guidelines. In Key Stage 2 class sizes are typically less than 30, although there is no Government ceiling on class numbers. Children are grouped in mixed ability classes under the responsibility of a class teacher who will teach the children for most, if not all, of their lessons.
Mrs Badger Jones
|Miss Sparkes||Miss Ali||Mrs Kuku|
|Mrs Drouet||Mrs Kuku|
|Mrs Oelrich||Miss Bagdonas|
|Mr Foster||Miss England|
|Mr Streamer||Miss Miah|
|Miss Holroyd||Mr Mughal|
|Mr Ali||Miss Ennew|