Case studies

Case studies

Case studies

During the past four years, a number of primary schools in the south and north of the country have been developing Open Futures.

Crigglestone St James CE (VC) Junior and Infant School
Wakefield, West Yorkshire

A few miles from the centre of Wakefield, Crigglestone St James School has around 300 pupils aged 5-11.

Clifton Infants School
Wakefield, West Yorkshire

When Headteacher, Jane Birkett, heard about Open Futures she recognised that it was likely to support her in further developing the skills-based curriculum that she and her staff were already promoting.

Gawthorpe Community Primary School
Wakefield, West Yorkshire

Gawthorpe Community Primary School is an average sized primary school serving a mixed socio-economic area where the majority of pupils are of white British heritage.

Pudsey Bolton Royd Primary School
Leeds, West Yorkshire

Pudsey Bolton Royd is a large primary school close to the border between Leeds and Bradford with some areas of social and economic disadvantage.

Southdale CE (VC) Junior School
Ossett, Wakefield, West Yorkshire

Southdale Junior School has Healthy Schools status, Sportsmark accreditation and is part of a Creativity Learning Network.

Chichester Nursery School, Children and Family Centre
Chichester, West Sussex

Chichester Children’s Centre was purpose built in 2002 and serves just over 200 children under the age of five, who access integrated childcare and education.

Moorthorpe Primary School
Wakefield, West Yorkshire

Moorthorpe Primary School is part of a Learning Network for Creativity, working collaboratively with four other schools in the local authority.

St Bartholomew’s Primary School
Leeds, West Yorkshire

St Bartholomew’s is an inner-city primary school serving a culturally and socio-economically diverse community, which is also a focus for support for health-related concerns.

St John the Baptist
Findon, West Sussex

St John the Baptist School in Findon is a small, village school, which currently has about 140 pupils.