Today, pupils from reception to year six have taken part in the Speak Out Stay Safe assembly delivered by volunteers from the NSPCC.  They enjoyed meeting Buddy the mascot, helping with the 'bag of worries', learning about the different ways children might not feel...

Weekly Newsletter – 09/02/2018

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Safer Internet Day

Safer Internet Day

Reception children really enjoyed taking part in Safer Internet Day. We  learnt all about how to keep safe on-line and how to post only kind messages. We played games to show how we are all connected and can be...

Our Trip to Build a Bear and The Discovery Museum

We had lots of fun our trip today.  We have made a class mascot called Rosie Rabbit and we have learned about toys from the past.  We also enjoyed exploring the exhibitions in the museum. [gallery...

Weekly Newsletter – 02/02/2018

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Spelling Bee

This week saw the return of the spelling bee, well done to all of the boys and girls who took part in this event. The winner of the KS1 spelling-bee was Jamie and the winner of the KS2 spelling-bee was Awet! Well done to both...

Beech Science and Topic


We love, learn and grow with God.

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 On behalf of the staff and Governors, I welcome you to St. Wilfrid’s Catholic Primary School.

At St Wilfrid’s we try to create a happy, welcoming, safe and creative environment for all our children.

Your child is at the centre of all we do.

Mrs E Wright
Head Teacher


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Our children's geographical skills are developed through the study of places, the human and physical processes, which shape them, and the people who live in them. These skills help pupils to make sense of their surroundings and the wider world. We aim to stimulate our...


The History Curriculum offers our children opportunities to develop their sense of identity through learning about the development of Britain, Europe and the World.  Our children learn to understand and interpret the past, look at similarities and differences and ask...

Design & Technology

Design Technology enables pupils to be inventive in creating practical solutions to problems. In this combined area of craft, design and technology ideas are conceived, developed, modified and given shape in artefacts through which the original ideas can then be...


Information & Communication Technology (ICT) is now incorporated into a new subject:  Computing.  This subject prepares pupils to participate in a rapidly changing world in which work and other activities are increasingly transformed by access to varied and developing...

Religious Education

As a Catholic School, we have something extra to offer. We possess a special quality, or identity, which is located in our Religious dimension. We wish children to progress in an atmosphere of openness, trust and mutual respect. We are a caring community that works...


Science is concerned with increasing each child's knowledge and understanding of the natural world through the study of Life Processes and Living Things, Material and their Properties and Physical Processes. Children are provided with opportunities to develop skills,...

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