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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

Pupil Voice

This week St Wilfrid’s turned into a Polling Station as we held our Pupil Voice Elections. Our Pupil Voice are a group of children who work with Miss Ruskin to be the voice of the children and make our school even better! Last year they organised two charity days, were involved in the design of the new Trim Trail and listened to children from across the school with their ideas and concerns.

We had over 30 applications from Year 5 and 6 and, following a shortlisting, 12 very brave children stood up in front of the whole school to make their election speeches. We were so proud of the way they took the time to prepare their speech, thought about what they wanted to say and the confidence they showed in their delivery. We definitely have some future politicians at St Wilfrid’s.

Elections were held on Tuesday with official polling booths and ballot boxes and results will be revealed in school on Friday afternoon.  We would like to say a very proud thank you and well done to all of our 12 candidates – Ava, Jessica, Tomas, Maxim, Emily, Thomas, Annie-Lux, Claudia, Evie, Olivia, Tilly and Lily.

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

This generation of children is growing up immersed in technology, as ‘digital natives’, which presents fantastic
opportunities for children to find out about their interests at a few taps of a screen.
Children also have ways of communicating with others in their play, through online gaming,
in ways that were not available just a few short years ago. Whilst this is clearly an incredible use of technology, and children are learning at a very fast rate about
communication, there are also issues which we, as teachers and parents, need to address.
Childnet offers some great advice on how we can help keep our children safe online. Click here for more information.

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