Haydonleigh Primary leads say the school's high standards enable every child to develop their potential to the fullest.
The school leads say Haydonleigh Primary has realised values, a strong vision and dynamic and exciting facilities helping to keep schoolwork varied and challenging.
A spokesperson for the primary school said: "We set the children and ourselves high standards to enable every child to develop his or her potential to the full and become confident learners. Every child and adult is valued.
"All parents are very welcome at Haydonleigh, and we see home and school working together as very important for your child."
The five school values are:
‘I am talented together, I am amazing!’ underpins the school's philosophy.
The Haydonleigh spokesperson added: "We believe in nurturing our individual skills and working together to enable everyone to meet their full potential."
The primary school says its united vision was created by pupils, parents and staff. It promises commitment to working in partnership to ensure every child achieves their best. Haydonleigh assures the public that high expectations in learning and behaviour are maintained throughout.
The school's spokesperson continued: "We believe that learning should be active, so our staff and governors work hard to ensure each child is offered a varied and exciting curriculum, whatever their ability.
"We pride ourselves on providing our children with a stimulating education."
Haydonleigh Primary was visited by Ofsted on 19 January 2019 and received a rating of “Good”.
The Swindon school says it strives to serve the local community as a dynamic and exciting place to be.
It is a three-form entry school with a capacity of 630 children, made up of 90 pupils in each year group.
The school facilities include a dance studio, theatre, pastoral room, award-winning kitchen and a purpose built Early Years Foundation Stage “nest.” The large grounds are made up of playfields, a wooded wildlife area, large outdoor gazebo classrooms, a number of trim trails, a kitchen garden, a London bus library and a role-play caravan.