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  • News on the 19!

    Read about the start to term, upcoming events, clubs and much much more in the latest photo packed edition of News on the 19th.  

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  • Welcome Back Year 3

    Welcome back We hope that you’ve had an amazing summer and have settled in well now that you are in Key Stage 2! There are lots of things…

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  • Welcome to Year 1!

    We hope you have enjoyed your first couple of weeks in year 1! This week we will be starting our topic ‘Walking with Dinosaurs’. We had lots of…

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  • Attendance

    Research indicates that regular attendance leads to better academic achievement and social development.  At Wormley we expect a minimum of 96% attendance. Although 90% might sound OK it…

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  • Welcome to Year 2!

    Welcome back! We hope you have had an amazing summer and are ready for all the interesting things we have planned for this term. Topics We have come…

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Achievement

Jul
13
“A huge congratulations to all year 2 and year 6 children on their recent KS1 and KS2 national assessments and tests. All the hard work has paid off. Every single one of you should be immensely proud of what you have achieved. We are certainly very proud of you all.
The school as a whole performed really well in comparison to national averages. Collectively these results are significant and show the continuous improvement of this school. More importantly, individual results reflect the successful learning journey that each child has embarked on at Wormley Primary School.
Enjoy the summer. For those that are making the leap to Secondary School we hope that you continue to have faith, take responsibility, show respect and………….achieve.”

Governor view of the year

Jun
29
“The school Governors met last night for the final full Governing Body meeting of the school year. We reviewed what has been a good year for the school. A “good” Ofsted rating and recognition that this is an “outstanding” church school are particular highlights. Governors have also conducted recent key stage visits and have been impressed by the teaching techniques and performance. The children are fantastic. Their work (individual and collaborative) is always outstanding. The consensus of the children is that they enjoy this school and feel that they are inspired to achieve.
Looking ahead, there is already a lot of planning taking place for the next school year. Everyone is committed to nuturing and building on the attainment of the children and the development of the school overall. The teaching of Mastery in History next year is certainly something to look out for.
The Governors are truly grateful to Mrs Gaiteri and all the staff at Wormley Primary School for all their hard work this year”