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Is your child due to start school in 2019? 

If so, we are holding two Open Events on:



THURSDAY, 8th NOVEMBER 2018 - 9.30AM.

Please come along.  Children welcome.


St. Wilfrid's is a Church of England Primary School, which encourages strong links with home, church and the wider community.
We aim for high standards in all we do and try to provide high quality of provision in support of pupil's achievements. Our aim is to work as a Christian community, which welcomes children and values them as individuals.
Children are encouraged to develop their self-esteem, individual potential and self-reliance. 
We welcome you to our school website and invite you to learn more about the school. We hope we can give you a full picture of school life and keep you informed on forthcoming events.

Latest News

Welcome to the Autumn term, we hope everyone had a great summer.  We are delighted that the new play area has been installed over the holidays and I think you will agree it looks fantastic!  The children are really enjoying playtimes and the new equipment has been a huge hit.

We would like to thank Friends for all their fundraising efforts and their endless enthusiasm for the project - it just goes to show what can be achieved when everyone works together.

Dates for Diaries

Here is an overview of the school year. Some of the dates may be subject to change. If any calendar changes need to be made, we will alert parents of these as soon as we can.

Top Tips for Online Safety

Online Gaming

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