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Welcome to Goldstone Primary School!

We look forward to welcoming you and your child to Goldstone Primary School in September 2020! In order to assist you and your child with the transition to school during these unusual times, we have set up this page as an addition to our 'Welcome Pack' with further information and resources to familiarise you with the school and our staff. 

Firstly, we have put together a video message for you, with messages from the Head Teacher, Mr Pearson, and other staff members as a little practical introduction to the school! We hope that you will watch it with your child. 

Reception Video Final Cut.mp4

Pam Owen, Kingfishers



My favourite animal is a dog. I absolutely love skiing and being in the mountains! I read all the time and usually have several books on the go. I love children’s stories and poems by Michael Rosen.

Rachael Williams, Kingfishers

I have a pet dog called Duke who is a Boston terrier and a cat called Mittens. My favourite colour is yellow and I love going on woodland walks and looking for different wildlife.

Patricia Heywood, Robins

I have a green belt in kickboxing and I love snowboarding. In my spare time, I like to bake and write. I have just finished writing a children’s book about my daughter

Hasnaa Abdessami, Woodpeckers

I can speak four languages: English, Arabic, French and basic Spanish. I love reading books in all these languages. I like to travel and discover the world . My favourite hobby would be cooking and my dream is to have my own Mediterranean cuisine restaurant.

Hazel McGhie, Robins

I love going to the beach and swimming in the sea. I read lots of books and I like playing games with my family. My favourite children’s author is Julia Donaldson.

Bethany Adams, Woodpeckers

My favourite animal is a dolphin. I have a tiny pet tortoise called Buddy. I love mermaids and my favourite film is The Little Mermaid. My favourite thing to do is sing. I love gardening and dahlias are my favourite flower.

STORY TIME with Goldstone

Under normal circumstamces we would be meeting your child for storytimes and a Teddy Bears Picnic in your childs classroom, so as we would like to try and replicate that experience, some of our Reception teaching staff, along with some of our other school staff (such as the ladies who work in the school office) have recorded themselves reading some lovely stories for your child to listen to and watch to familialise themselves with our faces and voices - we are a lovely bunch! 



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