Gossops Green Primary School provides a calm, purposeful learning environment that strives to provide exceptional education and the best learning opportunities possible for all. We have a talented and dedicated team of staff and governors who, along with expertise from The Collegiate Trust, all work together to make learning rich, exciting and purposeful. We are delighted that this has been recognised by Ofsted during our September 2019 inspection, where we were judged to be a GOOD school.
During their time at primary school, it is important that children become independent, confident and resilient learners, willing to persevere when faced with a challenge. We do everything we can to meet our responsibility to help our pupils achieve this. It is important to us that we build trusting relationships with families, and together encourage children to have high aspirations and goals.
We are a three-form entry school, first opened in 1959 and located in the north-west of Crawley in West Sussex. We are lucky to have lots of fantastic facilities inside and out, including a vibrant and inclusive learning environment, edible garden and indoor learning zones, which encourage a love of reading and learning.
This website aims to give you a taster of the school as well as providing up to date information for parents, pupils and the wider community. Use the menus above to browse through all the exciting things we do at Gossops Green Primary School and please take a look at our video, which you’ll find below this message.
We are proud of our school and welcome visitors.
Mrs T Farrelly Principal
Our Ethos and Values
Excellent communication is at the heart of everything we do. At Gossops Green Primary School, we believe that communication is the KEY to unlocking the potential for every learner to be successful.
We place a strong emphasis on our curriculum, which is driven by four key themes:
Spiritual, Physical and Emotional Wellbeing Knowledge, Skills and Understanding Belonging – Local and Global Lifelong Learners
Free School Meals
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