Home – The Year of Reading!
Read Mrs Alton’s latest lockdown letter (6/1/21) here.
The senior leader responsible for remote education is Ann Alton.
To view our Pupil Remote Learning Policy click here.
Online safety information can be found by clicking on the following links:
Further information on the Coronavirus can be access via the links below:
Careline out of hours service: 01332 956606
St Werburgh’s School is a genuinely fun place to work and learn. We work hard but always ensure that we enjoy learning.
We want every child to be the best person that they can possibly be and to know that they have a valuable place in God’s world. The whole school/church community are committed to working towards this end, so each child can blossom both academically, socially and spiritually. Our school tag line: Achieve, Believe, Together, helps us to remember how we can do this:
- By being good role models- like Jesus
- Taking pride in ourselves and our work
- Having high expectations
- Being prepared to have a go
- Being a team player.
In this way we ensure that all our pupils are happy, confident and fully prepared to enjoy life, whilst at the same time providing them with the skills needed to make their own unique contribution to God’s world.
For information about safeguarding at St Werburgh’s, please click here.
Summer Reading Challenge click here for further details.
To view a copy of our reading booklet please click here.
Click here for further information about reading.
To view the PowerPoints from our recent In Our Imagination Reading Parents’ Evening please click on the following year group links EYFS, Year 1/2, Year 3/4, Year 5/6.
Click here to see our key priorities for this school year.
We are now linked with Sukantanagar school in Calcutta, adding global links to our curriculum. To read Mrs Alton’s report, click here
Fantastic News! Our Church Inspection carried out on Tuesday 5th March 2019 states that we are excellent in ALL categories, the first school to achieve this in the country. Click here to read a copy of the SIAMs report.
At St Werburgh’s we have an extremely close working relationship with the Parish Church. Please click here to be directed to St Werburgh’s Parish Church’s website.