Wymondham CE Primary School
Wymondham CE Primary School is situated in the glorious village of Wymondham, in the heart of rural Leicestershire. The school is surrounded by fields and stunning views of the English countryside and is only a short drive away from the A1 and the market towns of Melton Mowbray and Oakham; national rail links are easily accessible-ideal for city commuters. The school enjoys close links with St Peter’s Church and the local community, including the pre-school adjacent to the school, as well as our partnership primary schools; it is part of the Vale School Cluster which is overseen by an experienced Executive Head Teacher. Wymondham is a friendly, welcoming school that can cater for up to 105 pupils aged 4 to 11. The school has continued to improve over the last 3 years, which has been reflected in the Good grade awarded to the school by Ofsted in 2019.
To provide each pupil with a diverse education within a safe, supportive environment that promotes self-discipline, motivation and excellence in learning.
Achievement through enjoyment and excellence.
Our school values are at the core of everything we do. They underpin our teaching and learning and provide an environment, which prepares our pupils for the future as confident, happy citizens.
Through this, we are determined to work to enable the school to:
- Provide high-quality learning and teaching within a Christian context
- Offer a broad and balanced curriculum with an emphasis on enjoyment
- Meet the needs of all pupils including their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development
- Ensure equal opportunities and inclusion for all staff and pupils
- Provide a safe and orderly environment reflecting the caring ethos of the school
- Develop the strengths of the whole school community including pupils, teaching and support staff
“Pupils are happy and well looked after. They take pride in their school community. Staff expect pupils to behave well. Pupils play well together. They are polite and friendly.”
Pupils at Wymondham continuously meet the expected standards set for them. The vast majority of pupils meet the expected standard in reading, writing and maths, and our end of year data is often significantly above both local authority and national averages.