A very warm welcome to our Aintree Davenhill website.
Aintree Davenhill is a school re-born, from a much loved but out of date 1950's building to a modern, fit for purpose primary school.
We can now truly deliver the 'Excellence and Enjoyment' that our new generation of Aintree Davenhill pupils deserve, whilst retaining the connections and family feel of this school for the community.
Our website aims to provide an exciting and informative link between home and school. We are continually updating the website and would encourage your suggestions about improving communication and information to home.
If you require any paper copies of information provided on the school website please contact our School Business Manager Mrs N Williams.
Enjoy your visit to the website.
Mrs. G. A. Kelley - Headteacher
Our Values and Ethos
- To ensure excellence and enjoyment permeates every aspect of school life.
- To develop resilient learners who are risk takers and accept making mistakes as part of their learning journey.
- To encourage and develop a lifelong love of learning.
- To provide a caring and stimulating environment where high expectations, effective teaching and challenge, equip children to become independent learners.
- To develop the emotional resilience of children, enabling them to overcome any barriers to their learning, by instilling a “can-do” attitude.
- To ensure that children are educated to make healthy choices for both body and mind.
- To help children to become financially aware and able to start making sensible financial choices.
- To be an inclusive school ensuring equal opportunities for all.
- To develop strong family links and support, involving parents fully in their children’s education.
Following the 2012 Olympics, the school adopted the Olympic Values of:
Friendship, Respect, Excellence, Equality, Inspiration, Courage and Determination.
These values are displayed in the main P.E hall and discussed as appropriate throughout the school year. Local church ministers support the school in guiding the children to become good citizens.
During assemblies, PSHE and School Council meetings the United Nations rights of the child are addressed, in context, ensuring that children are aware of their basic rights.