LAINDON PARK PRIMARY SCHOOL
Cristina Portoles is the Headteacher of Laindon Park Primary School & Nursery. Laindon Park is a small school located in a rural, quiet part of the town.
As Ofsted noted “pupils are happy and enjoy school”. The school is always aiming to improve, not only the education that they provide to pupils but also the services and goods that they provide to the local community. Their SAT results are consistently strong and pupils are always well-prepared for their next steps.
CASTLE VIEW SCHOOL
Steve Durkin is the Headteacher of Castle View School. The school is a place where students are put first in everything the school does. Their aims are to pursue excellence, and to be the best they can be. They achieve this by working together with parents and the wider community to bring out the very best in their young people.
A good education inspires, opens doors, and makes a genuine difference to the lives of individuals, their families, and the wider community.
THE JAMES HORNSBY SCHOOL
Tammy Nicholls is the Headteacher at The James Hornsby School. James Hornsby is a popular, oversubscribed school, where students’ very high attendance and attainment reflect their commitment to and enjoyment of school life.
Everyone is valued as an individual, and their students develop into confident, responsible and successful young people. Every member of the school is part of The James Hornsby family, and their motto is ‘Together We Excel’. As such, they support one another and are passionate about achieving excellence and celebrating success.
THE KING JOHN SCHOOL
Dan Steel is the Headteacher at The King John School and all staff at the school are very proud of their school and of their students. The school is now moving into an exciting new phase, focussed on securing "a quality education for all" and although it is a large school, students are known as individuals.
The school is caring and supportive – treating all of their students like one big happy family.
There is a dedicated 6th Form with a wealth of facilities. The majority of King John students go on to higher education and students have been successful in their applications for Oxford and Cambridge, as well as other Russell Group universities and apprenticeships.