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Welcome to The Victory Primary School

Welcome to our school's website. If your child is joining us for the first time, we welcome you as parents and look forward to a happy and successful partnership over the coming years. If you already have a child here, we hope to strengthen our existing links with you to enable us to provide the best education possible.
 
Our motto is ‘The Best in Everyone’ and so we are committed to providing the highest standard of education for every pupil. We share, with parents, the responsibility for teaching our children and preparing them for the future. Our children really matter and every individual’s ability is recognised, developed and rewarded.
 
In February 2019 we were inspected by OFSTED and judged to be ‘good’ in all areas. (See link below.)
 
If you are thinking of bringing your child to The Victory Primary School please make an appointment by calling us on 023 9200 1160. I will be pleased to personally show you around the school. If you have any concerns please make contact with us as we are always ready to discuss any matter with you.

"Pupils and staff demonstrate the school values of kindness, respect, determination, teamwork and excellence in their day-to-day work". OFSTED February 2019.
 

Newsletters

OFSTED Report

Please click here to read our most recent OFSTED report from February 2019

Article in the local paper about our OFSTED Report.

 

After School Club

The After School Club operates within the values and guidelines of the school. However, it differs from lessons and in that its’ emphasis is on providing good quality play care for your child after a busy day at school. 

Please click here to visit our page all about our After School Club

 

Miss School, Miss Out Campaign

‘Miss School, Miss Out’ Attendance Campaign

Portsmouth city will see the launch of a two year school attendance campaign this week – Miss school, miss out!

The new ‘Miss School, Miss Out’ campaign aims to improve school attendance levels in the city by highlighting to parents / carers and students what they can achieve if they have good attendance and reach their full potential, as well as illustrating how missing school can limit their future lives.

It’s important to ensure that each child attends school regularly. Evidence shows that children who do so are more successful, not only in school, but in all areas of life. Missing school means not only missing out on lessons, but also clubs, friendships, careers support, trips and all the other opportunities that school has to offer. If children understand the importance of regular attendance from an early age, it helps them to maintain that attitude throughout their school life and into their work life.

Portsmouth City Council is committed to ensuring that every child gets the chance to go to school to help them to get the best possible start to life.

Please click here to read more.

Updates

How we are spending our catchup funding - updated 2nd December 2020

 

Please remember to socially distance when you arrive at school and to keep practicing handwashing routines.

 

Current Letters

Covid Risk Assessment - Updated 18th June 2021

Absence Guide from LEA 18th September 2020

Accessing Online Learning Video

The Government have produced the following document: What Parents need to know about early years providers, schools and colleges during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreakCovid Update - 4th January 2021

PCC Special Educational Needs Survey

NHS - A guide to regular rapid Covid-19 testing

How to read with your child video

Letter regarding a number of changes in school to be in line with Government Covid regulations 14th May 2021

 

Important letter about Breakfast club and Afterschool club. If you would like your child to attend Breakfast club or afterschool club please click the links below and fill in an online application form for EACH child.

Breakfast club - Breakfast club application
After school club - Afterschool club application.

 

LFD testing for parents and family bubbles

Last week we communicated to you about about LFD home testing being extended to the households of school age children.

In Portsmouth LFD tests for use at home can currently be collected (in packs of 7 test kits) between 1.30 p.m. and 7.00 p.m. from Eldon Car Park, Southsea, PO1 2DJ and between 1.30 p.m. and 7.00 p.m. Unit 9, North Harbour Road, Cosham, PO6 3TL, with two packs being given out per person. Both sites are giving out tests for collection and use at home seven days' per week.  Our understanding is that no ID is needed, and there is no need to book an appointment.

Brief information has also been published on a new "testing" page on the Portsmouth City Council website. 

 

Starting school 2021

If your child was born between 1st September 2016 and 31st August 2017, then they will be starting school in September 2021.

Watch this video to learn how to apply for a place and have a tour of The Victory.

 

Archived Letters

Archived Letters

 

Getting a test

If you feel you need to be tested for Covid 19 please follow this link

https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-getting-tested

 

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