Latest NewsWell done to all of the children who took part in rounds 1 and 2 of the Link 77 Cross Country races, as well as the First round of Prestwold Hall Races!

Wymeswold C of E Primary School

From the Acting Head Teacher Mrs Jan Scallon

We are a vibrant and friendly village school, with lots going on! This web site aims to give you a taster of our school, as well as providing regular updated information for our school community.

Our school is a successful and happy place where our school ethos aims to encourage all children to achieve their best, develop their interests and talents and become caring, considerate members of the community. We place a great emphasis on being a 'family' within school and have excellent support from parents for all areas of school life and work. We are proud of our talented and dedicated team of teaching and support staff who work together to provide the best for all of our children.
In fact, our Governors, staff, parents and children really show what working together as a team can do!

We hope that you enjoy your visit to our web site, and that you find the information you are looking for. Please feel free to contact the school direct or via e mail with any queries you may have.

Thank you for visiting! We hope you will become a regular visitor.

Wymeswold Church of England Primary School News

  • Link 77 Cross Country - Round 1!
    Well done to all of the children who took part in the first round of the Link 77 Schools Cross Country races on Friday 25th September, at Humphrey Perkins.
    All of the children, staff, Governors and parents got together today to celebrate the time that we have had with Mrs King as Head Teacher.
  • Twin Lakes Trip
    A fantastic day was had by Year 1 and Year 2 at Twin Lakes today.
  • Cheddar Photo Slideshow
    On the News Bar (left hand side) we have added a short photo slideshow from Cheddar Gorge. More to be added shortly!
  • Incident in East Leake
    Kelly Trees passed us this information from another Mum in East Leake - we thought all parents might like to read this....
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