Welcome to Sea Mills Primary School. My name is Sian Randall and I am the Head teacher of this amazing school. I’d like to take this opportunity to tell you about our school and the children and staff within it. We are very proud of the fact that high quality teaching leads to good and outstanding progress so many of our children learn faster than their peers locally and nationally.
Our core values of Respect, Responsibility and Aspiration are always at the heart of everything we do and at Sea Mills Primary we aim to give every child the very best start possible to their education.
Our intent is to provide children with the knowledge and skills they need to thrive and succeed in the modern world. We will encourage children to be curious and ask questions, deepen their understanding of the world around them and develop their own opinions. On leaving us for the next stage of learning, we aim for all of our children to be confident readers, writers and mathematicians. We want all our children to be respectful, responsible and have high aspirations. Sea Mills heritage and community is central to our curriculum design. The Early Years are crucial to a child’s development and our Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 enable the children to get their school careers off to a flying start. As part of this, we offer free places for eligible families and paid sessions. For more information, visit or contact the school office.
Visit our Welcome page to find out more.
Headteacher: Mrs Sian Randall
Phone: 0117 903 0088
Riverleaze, Sea Mills, Bristol BS9 2HL
School Direct is an exciting school led option into teaching that offers practical, hands on training and education based in good and outstanding schools. We are pleased to announce that our training programme is now full for September 2018. If you are interested in joining us in September 2019, please watch this space for more details in the coming months.
The Pickwick Learning Teaching School Alliance (PLTSA) is a DfE designated group of schools, leaders and partners committed to providing support and sharing best practice in education and beyond.
Please ensure that your child comes to school prepared during this hot weather:-
• Lightweight clothing that protects the skin.
• A suitable hat
• Use of a high factor sunscreen, applied before school
Summer Holiday Breakfast Club
Summer holiday breakfast club 2019
19 JulLeavers Assembly - Time TBA
22 JulInset Day
23 JulInset Day