Autumn Term 2016
Don't Forget for Next Week...
Monday, 5th September - children back in school.
Welcome to Wilby CEVC Primary School
A good education is one of the most precious gifts a child can receive.
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 in every endeavour.
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.
We are a Nursery, 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, where staff are inspiring, highly dedicated and enthusiastic, and governors are supportive yet challenging, where learning is "Cool" and "Everyone is a Star."
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
July 2016 Wilby CEVC Primary School celebrates Outstanding SATs results
This year 47 per cent of 11-year-old children will be told they haven't reached the “expected” standard in at least one of their SATs papers. However, against a background of disappointment and frustration with this year’s ‘farcical’ SATs results, Wilby CEVC Primary school is still celebrating! Children were able to score between 80-120 using the new scored scale with 100 being the required pass mark to reach an expected level. 100% of pupils at Wilby achieved the expected level in all subjects and what’s more, their average pass levels are well above the average levels recorded nationally:
National averages: Reading 103; Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar 104 and Maths 103.
Wilby Averages: Reading 113; Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar 110 and Maths 109.