Wetwang Primary School is a Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School

wetwang primary school is a church of england voluntary controlled primary school. it has 48 pupils aged 2-11 yrs and a student teacher ratio of 12:1. the school is rated good by ofsted.

parents and carers are invited to share their views on the school through Ofsted’s Parent View website. these views are added to other information about the school including data from the school’s most recent Ofsted inspection.

school leadership is effective in maintaining good standards. The headteacher has a clear vision for the school and effectively delegates responsibility to staff. Teachers have high expectations for all pupils and are supportive of each other in a collegial team that works well together.

teaching is strong and effective, especially in the early years. Children make good progress in reading, writing wetwang primary school and mathematics. Pupils’ attitudes to learning are positive and they have a thirst for knowledge. They write well and develop an understanding of the value of punctuation and paragraphing.

children are taught to be confident and independent learners. They are taught to be resilient and persevere, so they can overcome setbacks in their learning. Teachers encourage pupils to take risks and challenge them, so they are able to think critically.

the school’s environment is attractive and well-resourced. The school is safe and pupils feel secure.

The school became an academy on 7 June 2018. it has joined the Swanland Education Trust.

Parents who wish to apply for a place at this school are asked to do so through the local authority’s co-ordinated admission scheme. This will ensure that the application is considered in the correct order and in line with the East Riding Fair Access Protocol.

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