Parents please refer to the letters section under Parent Information
for further information regarding the proposed strike action.

Parents please refer to the letters section under Parent Information
for further information regarding the proposed strike action.

Parents please refer to the letters section under Parent Information
for further information regarding the proposed strike action.

Welcome to Ward Green Primary

At Ward Green we realise that starting school is an important step in your child’s life. We aim to make your child’s stay with us as happy, enjoyable and successful as we possibly can. We have a shared ethos where everyone is valued, supported and respected. We provide children with a safe, secure and stimulating learning environment where the children receive high quality teaching and learning with an expectation that everyone achieves their full potential.

Our School Values and Ethos

Statistics

Ward Green Primary School is a larger than average sized primary school with 411 pupils on role. We have a 52 place nursery for children from the age of three.
Our current school priorities are improving outcomes for all children, and to maintain them inline with national averages. We are very proud of our pupils whole school attendance levels, our School attendance target is 97%.

Up to 31/08/2022
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Attendance
2021/2022
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EYFS GLD
2021/2022
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KS1 RWM
2021/2022
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KS2 RWM

Our Staff

Recovery Curriculum & Remote Learning

To support children in returning to school after COVID-19 we have designed and implemented our personalised recovery curriculum.

During COVID-19 and the periods of closure the school implemented a remote learning offer which consisted of 3 live lessons every school day from the 2nd day of closure. CPD for staff had taken place in the prior term to ensure an effective method of teaching using remote technology was in place swiftly, children were engaged and motived to participate which they did using TEAMS and SEESAW. Communication between school and home was crucial to ensure children continued to make progress in their learning. To maintain community cohesion events were organised in the community to raise everyone’s morale and ensure the school remained the focal point for support during this difficult time.

The COVID-19 catch up premium has been utilised to provide additional quality first teaching which is closing the gap to national in reading, writing and maths.

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