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Head Of School's Welcome

Welcome!

 We are small school that excels in many areas but we are most proud of our children who are very happy to come to this school. The fact that they also enjoy working hard and achieving well is testament to the skilled staff that teach and care for them. We are very proud to have been judged ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted in June 2015.

To get a clear impression of the warm ethos of our school, you will need to come and visit us. When you do, we hope you will experience the unique life at Warlingham Village Primary School and the opportunities that we offer for your child.

Each day we aim to create learning that challenges, inspires and motivates each individual child to want to discover. Where learning opportunities promote excellence, enjoyment, perseverance, self-discipline, tolerance and initiative in a well-resourced and attractive environment. Above all, we hope you will see the school where both children and adults are happy and motivated to learn.

We look forward to welcoming you to Warlingham Village Primary School.

 

Anna Hallett

Head of School

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Context

Warlingham Village Primary School is housed in an Edwardian building dating from 1912 which contains five classrooms, a central hall/dining room/gym, an after school childcare provision, cloakrooms, a staff room and offices. There are two demountable units, the larger housing two classrooms and cloakroom, the smaller housing the ICT Suite and Library/small groups room. We have two playgrounds and a field that is surrounded on three sides by woodland. Extra sports facilities are used locally.

Currently, there are 210 pupils on roll based in seven classes, one for each year. The classes have 30 children each. There are seven full-time teachers and every class has adult assistants every day. There are numerous volunteer helpers who support the children in many subjects.

 

 

 

Ofsted Leadership

"All teachers have high expectations for pupils. They set challenging activities and demand that pupils work hard in class. The quality of teachers’ marking and the guidance they provide to pupils is exemplary."

Ofsted 2015