‘Our vision for Valour Academy is that all children will feel happy, safe and loved.
We will provide each child with many and varied opportunities to develop their character to feel accepted; to develop a sense of belonging; to be driven and resilient and to be inspired and be inspiring.'
To further develop the experiences and language of the children (trips, clubs, whole school vocabulary challenge); to ensure the children feel happy, safe, loved and all aspects of their wellbeing are taken care of.
Beech Hill is a fantastic place to learn and I feel honoured to be a small part of your child’s journey as they blossom throughout their time in school.
Situated in the Outer West of Newcastle, Beech Hill is part of the Valour Academy MAT. With children from 3 – 11, our two form entry school currently welcomes around 440 children every day.
Our vision for every child is that they feel Happy, Safe and Loved and that guides every decision we make in school. To make this possible, pupils, their families, staff and visitors feel valued and are involved in their child’s education.
The experienced and enthusiastic team in school is committed to providing an exciting, broad and rich curriculum starting from where the children are and helping them to develop into lifelong learners.
Children at Beech Hill flourish through a variety of visits, visitors and residentials which widen their horizons and raise aspirations. Character development is a priority for us, ensuring children develop academically as well as becoming all round excellent people with a wide and varied vocabulary.
The voice of the child is strong at Beech Hill with children able to contribute and promote change throughout their time in school, with a Dream Team of Year 6s taking on extra responsibilities and developing leadership skills during their final year.
I hope you enjoy finding out more about us from the website and welcome you to contact school if you have any questions or would like to look around.
Mrs Jess Eatock
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