What do you think has happened outside Oak Class?

Oak Class were very shocked when they arrived at school this morning.  They found the toy box tipped over, toys scattered everywhere, nuts, bolts, lights, pieces of metal and branches entangled in the mess! The pupils were excited in their role as detectives, looking...

Anti-bullying Week: Oak Class

This week we have been learning about 'RESPECT' as part of Anti-bullying week.

Children in Need – Oak Class

The pupils in Oak Class had fun doing Pudsey bear activities today.  They were amazed to see their colourings 'come alive' using augmented reality and had a wonderful surprise when Pudsey himself came to visit! [gallery...

Weekly Newsletter – 16/11/2018

Please download our weekly newsletter below 10) Weekly Newsletter 16-11-2018

Meet our new Young Interpreters!

The Young Interpreters will be around to help children who are new to our school and have limited English. They will play games with children on the yard and help them to make new friends. These children will also help to show new parents around school who may speak...

Minecraft club 13-11-18

We love, learn and grow with God.

Love - Respect - Wisdom - Responsibility - Courage - Resilience



 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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Sycamore Class visit Beamish

An excellent day at Beamish exploring the Town. Highlights included visiting the pharmacy, questioning the Dentist, finding out about the Penny Bank in the Cooperative and of course the Sweet Shop. We explored the Old Hall and had an excellent time experiencing a...

Rugby Stars

Beech class have been learning the rules of Tag Rugby in PE this half term. We are all trying hard to become rugby stars by learning the rules of the game. We have all shown resilience, respect and wisdom which are some of our school values. [gallery link="file"...

Sycamore Class become Victorians

Through reading Berlie Doherty's Street Child pupils have found out the trials of growing up as a poor Victorian. As part of our topic we followed a real Victorian Workhouse Recipe. After making our broth we recreated the Workhouse in our school hall. It was surreal...

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