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Talavera Infant School

Key Information

Welcome to Talavera Infant School

Talavera Infant School is based on Gun Hill in Aldershot, Hampshire.  We provide education for approximately 320 children from ages 4-7 years, from a range of backgrounds, the majority being Military.

We have been judged by Ofsted as a ‘Good School’ and aim to provide all children with the best possible start to their education.

We are immensely proud of our school and we have a committed and professional team of staff who strive to maintain the excellent standards at the school.  We are very proud of our school, so please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to visit.

Talavera Infant School Ethos
ENGAGE, INSPIRE, ACHIEVE

Mission Statement

''Talavera Infant School is committed to inclusion in its broadest sense.  Our aim is to develop children who are confident in themselves and their achievements and use their ability to contribute to the world in which they are growing up''

We feel the following aims will help us achieve this:
 
*To foster the development of the whole child, physical, moral, social and academic, ensuring equal opportunities for all.  
 
*To create an environment that encourages high quality teaching and learning.  
 
*To provide a broad and balanced curriculum that provides a wide range of learning experiences, including National Curriculum requirements.
 
*To create opportunities for parents to be fully involved and informed about all aspects of their child’s social and academic life.  
 
*To value the potential of every child regardless of the length of time they may spend with us.  
 
*To efficiently manage the resources of the school, physical, financial and personnel, in order to secure a safe, supportive and stimulating work environment for all.  
 
*To encourage close liaison between the school and local community, valuing the contribution each may make to the other.


At Talavera Infant School we want the best for every child. We believe that however long a child is with us, if it is one term or three years it is important that they make good progress and are equipped for the next part of their education. The staff work hard to make sure children feel that they belong and are part of a caring community. We have high expectations for our children and believe that every child can be successful. Our curriculum is based around topics which we hope excite and motivate the children to learn and encourage parents to participate in their child’s learning.