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About Us

Picture a school at the heart of the community, surrounded by nature and where the children can’t wait to arrive in the morning because they know that they will experience the excitement and joy of learning.

Picture a school where the children are inspired to aim high and believe that their dreams are achievable because they will have developed the skills and knowledge needed. They have the confidence to challenge themselves because they know that their mistakes will only make them stronger. They will flourish and become all that they aspire to be.

Picture a school where the children are nurtured to be the best that they can be. They know that school is a safe and inclusive place because they have seen that all are welcomed and cared for. They will show compassion in all that they do and will make society a kinder place for all.

Picture a school where the children are celebrated for being unique individuals who together form a strong and united team. They become active and creative citizens who will achieve amazing things throughout their lives and develop a better future for all.

Picture Wraxall Church of England Primary School – Inspiring, Nurturing, Achieving

Welcome to Wraxall CofE Primary school!

Our school is a happy place to be. Children thrive in the amazing rural surroundings and with the high-quality provision available for them.

We seek to inspire the children to aim high and motivate them to do their best at all times. We pride ourselves on the quality of the relationships between children, parents and staff. It is these positive relationships that help to nurture the children as they develop as learners. We also celebrate as the children achieve in all areas of the curriculum, in their personal development and in their extra-curricular interests.

There are lots of opportunities available throughout the year to give children a wide range of enriching experiences from theatre trips, visits from experts in their field, museum trips and outdoor learning visits. Community is very important to us and we have a close working relationship with the church and with local volunteers.

Children are active learners at Wraxall. They have the opportunity to take on additional responsibilities as School Council Reps, Global Champions, librarians, assembly monitors and they are involved in decision making through class discussions. They also provide peer-support both in personal social development and academic.

Our approach to teaching and learning encourages children to be confident learners who choose to challenge themselves. They are able to work both independently and in collaboration with others and make a positive contribution to the wider world.

I feel very fortunate to lead such a welcoming and positive school.

Please contact the school office if you would like any further information or to arrange a visit.

We look forward to hearing from you,

Amy Townsend, (BA, PGCE)