"A Stenbury Federation School ... learning together"

Wroxall Primary School

Castle Road

Wroxall, Ventnor

Isle of Wight

PO38 3DP

Tel: 01983 852290
Email: office@wroxallprimaryschool.co.uk
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Information for parents

  • Attendance and Absence

  • Extended School

    Breakfast Club:

    Our Breakfast Club is open every day from 8:00 am. Children are offered cereal and as much toast as they can eat. The club is supervised by qualified members of staff.

    Lunchtime Clubs for children in Years 3, 4, 5 and 6:

    Mondays – Games Club: An opportunity to learn how to play Chess and a variety of other board games with groups of friends.

    Tuesdays – Book Club: Explore the library, share and review favourite books and read books using our new Kindles.

    Wednesdays – Construction Club: Build houses, machines, robots and spaceships with our huge collection of Lego, K–Nex and Meccano. Imaginations run wild!

    Thursdays – Homework Club: A great opportunity to get homework under control with a teacher ready and willing to give a helping hand.

    Friday – Computer Club: Time to have a go on ‘Mathletics’ and ‘Skoodle’ – a programme promoting e-safety, instant messaging and simple web building techniques.

  • Letters

    Football Fixture16 January 2018
    PTFA Newsletter16 January 2018
    Year 3 Stone Age Experience Day09 January 2018
    HOS Letter08 January 2018
    Missing, exploited and trafficked children04 January 2018
    Keeping children safe on-line04 January 2018
    Training course for parents/carers04 January 2018
    After School Clubs08 December 2017
    Newsletter 8th December 08 December 2017
    Chill Club08 December 2017
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  • PTFA

    Please download our latest information about our PTFA:

    PTFA

  • Safeguarding

    What is Safeguarding?

    It might be difficult to accept, but every child can be hurt, put at risk of harm, or abused, regardless of their age, gender, religion or ethnicity.

    Safeguarding legislation and government guidance says that Safeguarding means:

    • Protecting children from maltreatment

    • Preventing impairment of children’s health or development

    • Ensuring all children grow up in circumstances consistent with the provision of safe and effective care

    • Undertaking that role so as to enable those children to have optimum life chances and to enter adulthood successfully

    H.M.Government 2010 stated that:

    "Child protection is a part of safeguarding and promoting welfare … to protect children who are suffering or are at risk of suffering significant harm."

    Safeguarding at Wroxall Primary School

    Wroxall Primary School takes seriously its responsibility to safeguard and promote children’s welfare; and to work together with other agencies to ensure robust arrangements are made within School to identify, assess, and support those children who may be at risk of suffering significant harm. All staff and governors and our community of parents have an important and active part to play in protecting our children from harm. If you have a concern about a child or adult, please do not hesitate to report this to one of the staff members who lead on Safeguarding listed below, or to the Local Authority Officer, also listed below.

    Designated Safeguarding leaders:

    Mrs Maxine Gray – Executive Headteacher

    Mrs Alison Childs – Safeguarding Governor

    Deputy Designated Safeguarding leaders:

    Miss Emily Paterson – Head of School

    Miss Rosie Harrison – Family Liaison Office

    Our Local Authority Designated Officer (LADO) is:

    Mr Paul Barnard – 01983 823723 – Secure email: lado@iow.gov.uk

    For Wroxall Primary School’s Safeguarding policy please see our Information page, policies tab.

    Click here to access:

    Keeping Children Safe in Education Working Together to Safeguard Children Revised Prevent Duty Guidance The Prevent Duty: Departmental Advice

    Useful Links:

    The UK Council for Child Internet Safety NSPCC Childline Barnado’s CEOP Childnet Hampshire Safeguarding Children Board

    For more on E-safety, please follow the links below:

    CEOP’s ThinkUKnow

    Click below for the childnet "Be Safe, Be Smart Online" flyer:

    Be Safe, Be Smart Online

  • School Dinners

    Please download our latest menu to view our school dinners:

    Menu

  • Uniform

    Please see links to download information on our uniform:

    Uniform - KS1

    Uniform - KS2

    Items of uniform with the school logo can be purchased from Kids & Co in Ryde or online via the following link:

    Kids & Co Direct

Welcome to our parent page

"All adults working in the school provide excellent care and support" - Ofsted

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"High staff morale and close links with parents further support the strong drive for further improvement" - Ofsted

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