Wragby Primary School
Welcome to our School
"Pupils' attitudes to learning are good. Their conduct and general behaviour are impressive and mature."
"Teachers have high expectations of what pupils can achieve. As a result, all groups of pupils make good progress and achieve well."
"Pupils are keen to learn because the curriculum is exciting and it interests them."
OFSTED June 2015
A few words from the Head teacher...
Wragby Primary School is a caring and positive school where every child is valued. We aim to develop ‘whole’ individuals and promote independent learning. Our exciting topic approach to teaching the National Curriculum objectives and National initiatives ensures entitlement for all children to an enriched learning experience, appropriate to their individual needs.
The values we teach the children are the foundations to the curriculum. We teach the children values for life, enabling them to make choices and decisions, both in and out of school.
Teachers strive to create purposeful and stimulating learning environments, both inside the classroom and by using our generous school grounds. The curriculum is enhanced through a range of visitors into school and a variety of trips throughout the year, as well as a range of extra-curricular activities.
We believe our mission statement of ‘Growing Together’ is truly fitting for Wragby Primary School. Children are given a range of opportunities to develop skills and talents throughout their time at school. All achievements are celebrated enthusiastically and parents are encouraged to share these with us.
At Wragby Primary School we give all children the opportunity to an inspiring start to their education.
We hope your child is happy at Wragby Primary School. Together with you, we work hard to ensure they are.
Mrs R Osgodby
Wragby School is a Primary school, owned and provided by the County Council. It has a roll of 184 boys and girls aged four to eleven years. The children are divided into seven teaching groups according to age, ability or individual educational needs.
8.45 am – 12.00 pm
1.05 pm – 3.15 pm
Children may bring a packed lunch from home. Guidelines in connection with this are available at school. Parents may also pay for hot meals, which are delivered daily from a local supplier. These currently cost £2.50 per day.