Our Impact

Primary Matters has been working with schools since 2004. Over this period, we have worked with a diverse range of schools throughout the UK.After working with Primary Matters, every single one of these schools have moved forward with the majority achieving the next standard, and all reporting input on learning strengths, behaviour, attendance, pupil outcomes and the school profile.

Schools who work with us consistently tell us that our dynamic approach leaves teachers inspired and enthused about the joy of teaching. We’d love to show you more about what we can offer you:
below are some example case studies.

The Glynne Primary School in Kingswinford was one of 3 schools chosen to be part of the PrimaryMatters Black Country project in 2010.

This two year project was funded by the Government and introduced our teaching by immersion approach to over 50 schools.

Glynne piloted connected learning journeys in two year groups, results were so strong we were soon asked to train all the staff and roll the approach out across the school.

Our films of Sue Cameron, Head teacher, and some children will help you glimpse the process of transformation.

Sue Cameron

Headteacher
Sharing the impact of PrimaryMatters
 

Ryan and Joe

Year 6 Pupils
Ryan and Joe share their thoughts on exciting learning journeys.
 

Ryan and Joe

Year 6 Pupils
Ryan and Joe share their thoughts on how their personal success can be attributed to working in a creative and connected way.
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