FOWSA AGM: October 7th-6.30pm in our school hall. Everyone welcome
For Y2/3 Alton Water Trip, Synagogue and Norwich Museum trips, Wren Class beWILDerwood, Y6 Hollowford and Sports Day photos Visit the gallery section under the News tab.
29.6.19 Congratulations to FOWSA for organising such a fantastc Summer Fair.
Sports day-New date 16th July 1.15pm
20.7.19: Music for a Summer's Evening was BRILLIANT. Well done to all of our talent pupils-both past and present! See the Galleries for photos.
24.5.19: Congratulations to our Cross-Country champions:
22.5.19: Check out our 'I love reading' book reviews HERE
23.5.19:Pupils question MP about the environment and other key issues-read more in the East Anglian Daily Times HERE
New feature on the Festival Bridge website: write up on Wilby School and our passion for the Arts. follow link HERE Summer term 2019: 'I love reading' initiative. Tell us what your favourite read is and show us where you love to read best. Download a form HERE
April 5th:Year 6 London trip. Visit the gallery pages to find out more about their amazing day out
April 1st: Wilby Swimming team win Gold. Check out our gallery section for photos and more information
Pupils' 'dynamic and emotive' performance as part of the Celebration of School's Music brings the audience to tears. Read more
Watch part of our performance here
February 2019- Secretary of State for Education congratulates Wilby School on their very high level of progress in reading, writing and mathematics - Read HERE
January 23rd 2019-Ofsted congratulations. Read our letter from the Director of Children and Young People HERE
December 2018 Ofsted report available HERE
Reaching out to Dementia sufferers: Visit our Galleries (under the 'News' tab) to find out how Owl class are supporting dementia sufferers at Hartismere Place this year as part of the Archie project.
Welcome to Wilby CEVC Primary School
This is 'an ambitious and caring school that is very responsive to the needs of all individuals'
'Pupil behaviour is impeccable and this contributes towards a remarkably positive learning environment'
'Pupils work with diligence and curiosity'
The school ethos ensures 'that every child can achieve well in school regardless of any barriers that they may face.'
Ofsted December 2018-Read the full report HERE
Our children are remarkable young people. We want them to have energy and enthusiasm for all that life has to offer; to live as responsible citizens and to succeed academically in our rapidly changing society. We wish to develop their unique talents and aspirations and to give them our fullest support and guidance. As a Church of England school we uphold Christian values and believe in promoting the rights of all. We want all of our children to enjoy learning and strive to be the very best that they can be in all that they do.
A combination of “dreaming big”, providing children with a broad and rich curriculum and having dedicated teachers is at the heart of why the pupils at Wilby Primary School consistently achieve such high levels in attainment and progress. As a result of the 'positive learning environment...and carefully tailored individualised programmes' which we provide, 'all make excellent progress from their starting points'. Our children 'engage and strive to do their best. Work is of a high standard and pupils demonstrate a fascination for learning and pride in their work.' (SIAMs inspection 2018)
We are a Pre-school, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 Church of England Primary School which serves children from a wide catchment area. Ours is a happy school where every child matters. Our pupils benefit from the family atmosphere created within the school environment which gives them confidence in caring for and being cared for by others. We 'allow all pupils to excel within a community that feels like a family.'(Ofsted December 2018) Our staff are inspiring, highly dedicated and enthusiastic and our governors supportive yet challenging. These factors, combined with the committed involvement of our parents, helps to ensure that each child achieves their maximum potential. All pupils in the Pre-School (EYFS)'make strong progress from their starting points.'(Ofsted December 2018)
This website seeks to introduce you to our school, outline some of the many opportunities it offers and to demonstrate our aim to provide an outstanding education for every child. However, there can be no replacement for first hand experience and we welcome visitors. We invite you to join us to come and see learning in action. Please contact the school office to arrange a visit.
We look forward to meeting you in the near future.
Mrs Roisin Wiseman | Headteacher