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Beaumont Primary Academy

Welcome to Beaumont Primary

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Welcome to Beaumont!

Hello and thank you for visiting our website- we offer you a very warm welcome to our academy. We are in the midst of extremely exciting times as we start our fourth year as a school, we are now enjoying our second year in our beautiful new building.  Feedback from staff, parents and pupils has been positive - we all appreciate the thought that has gone into the space which has been created - the children have well equipped classrooms, a library, a dance studio, a cooking room, a huge PE Hall and generous outdoor space including a Multi-Use Games area (MUGA) and a growing Forest School area which the children love!. Kirklees and BAM have really delivered us a building we are proud of.

We are part of a highly supportive Academy Trust and as such we work closely with other partner schools as well as with our Central Trust team. South Pennine Academies, led by CEO Jane Acklam, believes in each academy retaining its’ own unique identity serving it’s own community, whilst all academies subscribe to the 4 key trust priorities.

Strong and Effective Leaders       High Performing Staff

Successful Students       Engaged Community

Our academy motto, ‘Adventures in Learning’ reflects the experience we want our pupils and staff to experience at Beaumont. Having reflected upon our first two years since opening, we know our success is dependent upon the four trust priorities but in addition, the fact that our whole school community has committed to three key areas, which have now become our strengths:

Relationships   Collaboration    Diligence

We have a highly skilled and diverse staff team who are passionate about what they do and who come to work because they believe that they make a difference every single day. They do make a difference.

We have a highly skilled and diverse parent community who are passionate about the education of their children and who bring their children to school every day because they believe it makes a difference. It does matter and they do make a difference.

Most importantly we have a highly skilled and diverse pupil community; they are a truly amazing, gorgeous, clever, skilled, energetic, delightful, funny, shy, friendly, curious, nervous, confident, challenging, adventurous group of children who absolutely light up our classrooms and make every day count.

We might be teaching the next footballer, poet, artist, software developer. Information security analyst. bus driver, pianist, lawyer, police officer, Olympian, actor, scientist, business owner, politician, retail assistant, nurse, doctor, teacher, philosopher, builder, inventor, engineer, archaeologist, vet and jobs not yet invented…we just don’t know. So whilst we absolutely deliver the national curriculum, ensuring a robust skills progression, we also respond to what works for the children and we offer a rich and experiential learning experience. Our curriculum and the flexibility of it allows us to respond to the very children in front of us. We do not pigeon-hole children to fit a plan but rather grow the plan to fit the children. 

We are keen to develop pupil voice and our commitment as a Rights Respecting School, supports this aspect of our work. Our 3 core rules are based upon 3 key rights from the United Nations Convention of the Rights of the Child:

 The Right to be Safe, The Right to Learn and The Right to Play

When we discuss any behaviours and actions, we make links back to the rights to support pupils in being able to express their rights and the rights of others. The embedded use of the rights has empowered our children to understand their own rights and the ways they support the rights of others by making good choices.

We teach without pre-conceptions so that children can show us what they can do, not what we think they can do. We assume they can and find the ways to help them with boundless patience patience, dedication and belief. 

Our academy has a vibrant and diverse school community and we want all of our pupils to be proud of themselves and who they are, whilst having the highest standards of respect and understanding for each other. Our children are role models who already make positive contributions to society and we have been very proud of the way they have represented us since we opened. We have a very supportive parent community and believe our relationships with our families is key to our success. Parents have many opportunities to be a part of their child’s learning journey from the daily early morning drop in sessions to workshops, family learning afternoons, celebration assemblies and regular homework projects.

We have the advantage of sharing a site with a high school, a pre-school and a SCITT (School Centred Initial Teacher Training) programme; this lends itself to opportunities for joint project working and enjoying the expertise of the many staff on site.

We are proud of what we have achieved since opening. In May we were visited by OFSTED and are very proud of the report we received.  Please do take the time to read it as it really does give you a flavour of who we are and what we do:

If you would like to know more about us or to arrange a visit, please contact Mrs Bindley or Miss Howarth in the school office on 01484 503111.

I look forward to working with you.

Debbie Kelly,



Ms Jane Acklam OBE

CEO of South Pennine Academies

Miss Debbie Kelly

Principal of Beaumont Primary Academy