School Information

Financial Information

The number of employee whose employee benefits (excluding employer pension costs) exceeded £100k was:

31/3/19 – 0        31/3/20 – 0        31/3/21 – 0    31/3/22 – 0


Please find below a link to the School’s data on the School’s Financial benchmarking:


The school actively benchmarks its financial performance against other schools on a regular basis.


Our School’s Performance Results

Performance tables

Click here to view our performance tables online.

End of Key Stage Results

The government will not publish KS2 school level data for the 2021 to 2022 academic year. They have archived data from the 2018 to 2019 academic year because they recognise that the data from that year may no longer reflect current performance.

Click here to see our latest Key Stage results.

Key Stage Assessment data 2019

Ofsted Reports
Our Team

Meet our Team

Headteacher/ Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead – Ms H Melarangi


Acting Deputy Headteacher/ Designated Safeguarding Lead – Miss J Ord

Beeston 2 Class (EYFS) – Miss C Shalders / Mrs L Gordon

Halton (Y1)/SENCo – Miss L Mulholland

Chester Class (Y2) – Miss E Bedford

Leasowe Class (Y3) – Miss A Sheady

Mow Cop Class (Y4) – Mr A Colecliffe

Peckforton Class (Y5) – Miss M Santos & Miss J Ord

Cholmondeley (6) – Mrs R Vick

Specialist Teachers

Music Teacher – Mrs E Shakspeare

Maths Teacher – Mr D Parkhill

Drama Teacher – Mrs R Hepworth

  • Support Staff

Higher Level Teaching Assistant – Mrs L Williams

Higher Level Teaching Assistant – Ms E Roberts

Teaching Assistant – Ms M Falconer

Teaching Assistant – Mrs C Richards

Teaching Assistant – Mrs T Pichilingi

Teaching Assistant – Ms C Wright

Teaching Assistant – Mrs K Burgon

Apprentice Teaching Assistants  – Mr J Williams & Mr C Williams

Office Staff

School Bursar – Mrs S Hudson

Office Administrator – Miss E Russell

Midday Assistants

Mrs G Blanchard

Mrs S Hudson

Mrs K Burgon

Mrs C Wright

Mrs D Gardiner

Mrs T Pichilingi

Mrs G New

Premises Staff

Caretaker – Ms A Jenkins

Cleaner – Mrs I Jackson

Cleaner – Mrs G New

Kitchen Staff

Cook – Mrs C Wright

Kitchen Assistant – Mrs S Roach

PE and Sports Funding Impact Action Plans


At Castle View Primary and Nursey School, we are committed to offering our children an inclusive curriculum and educational experience to ensure the best possible progress and outcomes for all, whatever their needs or abilities. We are committed to equal opportunities and we strive to remove barriers to learning to ensure that all children can reach their full potential, whatever their special educational need or disability (SEND). The majority of pupils with SEND in our school are provided for within the class by slight adjustments to work, resources and/or teaching methods. Whilst we strive to be as inclusive as possible, we recognise that sometimes, to achieve their potential, some children may need very different strategies, teaching styles or learning provision. The Headteacher, SENDCo, teachers and support staff work with parents and outside agencies to ensure that the best approaches possible are used in order to support children with SEND.

To find out more detail about how we support pupils at Castle View Primary and Nursery School, please read the school SEND information report, our Local Offer report and our SEND policy.

If you are concerned about your child, please do not hesitate to contact their class teacher in the first instance, who will happily discuss your child’s progress and ways in which you can help to support your child at home.

If you have any specific questions or need further advice, please do not hesitate to contact the school Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENDCo), Miss Lauren Mulholland who can be contacted via the school office or on the following email.

Lauren Mulholland

SENDCo and Teacher | Castle View Primary and Nursery School

Phone : 01928 563970

Email :[email protected]



Policies to include:

SEN Policy September 2022

SEND Information Report 2022-2023

Inclusion Policy September 2022 

Accessibility Plan

Compliants Policy and Procedures 



Useful links for parents and carers:

Halton Local Offer-

Cheshire Autism Practical Support-

Halton SENDIASS-Information and advise support service for parents and carers-

Link to mental health page on our website

Joining Castle View

Joining Castle View

We are delighted that you and your child are joining Castle View Primary and Nursery School and would like to wish a very warm welcome to you all. We want our children to experience a smooth transition from one setting to the next and felt this page would be really useful for you. We recognise that starting school is a huge step for every child and we aim to make sure they are prepared for their big day!

This page is set up just for you and we hope you find it useful. In the upcoming weeks and months, we will post lots of information including links, booklets, videos, photos and some home learning tasks.

If you would like to find out more details about starting school procedures, staff, environment, curriculum or you have any other questions, please do not hesitate to contact us via the contact page and we will get back to you.

We look forward to welcoming you and your child to our school family and starting our exciting school journey together.

Useful information

Readiness for school top tips

What to expect in the Early Years Foundation Stage


Uniform ordering website

TALK TO ME at bathtime

TALK TO ME at bedtime

TALK TO ME at home

TALK TO ME at mealtimes


If a parent requests a paper copy of the information on school’s website please visit our school office.

Useful Links

We are very proud to announce that we are now a Music Ambassador School.

We highly value music, singing and performance in our school and are thrilled that the quality in the children’s performance skills has been recognised.


To find out more about the Accent Music Hub, please click on this link:

Find Us

Castle View Primary School
Mead Way
Halton Brook

School day: 8:40am - 3pm (4pm for children attending school enrichment clubs). This amounts to 31.6 hours in a typical week.