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Welcome to Wimboldsley Primary School

Federated with William Stockton Primary School   

 

 

 
Hazel class update: Closure of Hazel bubble from TUESDAY 1ST DECEMBER
 

Unfortunately, we have just been informed that Mrs Hazeldine’s daughter’s school has closed her ‘bubble’ again FOR TWO WEEKS. Therefore Mrs H needs to be at home for child care. Last time she managed to get in for most days, but this time she is unable to do this.
Due to other staffing pressures we will HAVE TO CLOSE HAZEL CLASS from TOMORROW: Tuesday 1st December. We will review this on Monday 7th December. Google classroom will be accessible for your child to access blended learning from home during this time. Home learning books and resources will be available for collection form school. Please contact the school office should you require any further assistance. 
Thank you for your ongoing support. WE ARE SORRY FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS CAUSES AND FOR THE LATE NOTIFICATION.

School remains open while Cheshire West is in Tier Two

After the second COVID-19 national lockdown and moving into tier two, schools, colleges, universities and early year settings across west Cheshire will remain open for children and students to continue their studies. 

Education settings across the borough have worked incredibly hard to create a safe environment for students since reopening to all year groups at the beginning of September with robust infection prevention and control measures in place. Cheshire West and Chester Council will continue to provide advice and support for them to remain open as the second lockdown starts.

“Schools have also received training in how to undertake contact tracing to ensure any close contacts are identified and advised to self-isolate as well.  These measures are working well and are preventing large scale outbreaks across our schools, colleges and university.”

As we’ve moved into tier two after full national lockdown, the following additional measures have been introduced in the borough’s schools to help reduce the spread of the virus:

  • All adults to wear a face covering when visiting or entering the school/early years premises including outdoor yard areas.
  • Parents/carers to arrive and leave promptly when dropping off/collecting their child.
  • In schools/early year settings where it has been agreed that a parent/carer can enter the school premises for drop-off and pick-up, only one adult should enter.
  • All staff to wear face coverings when they come out of the building onto the playground during drop-off and pick-up times.
  • Young people to avoid congregating outside school and mixing with other schools and should go directly home. 

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE NATIONAL LOCKDOWN RESTRTICTIONS CLICK THIS LINK: 

www.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk/covidrestrictions.

 

​​​​​​​At Wimboldsley Primary School our motto is “Achieve Excellence” and we committed to providing a welcoming, calm and stimulating environment in which we can nurture the achievements of every child. We provide a broad and balanced education, where children are encouraged to explore, discover and question through a range of exciting learning opportunities both within and outside the classroom. We recognise and celebrate the talents of each child, enabling them to grow in confidence and achieve both their educational and personal goals.

Please see the below timetable for updated information regarding your child/rens drop-off and pick-up times. Please note that it is vitally important that you stick to these allocations.

Classes Drop off Pick up

Reception (from Thursday 24th September)

8.50am     3.00 - 3.10pm
Infants - Y1 and Y2 8.40am

3.15pm

Juniors - Y3, Y4, Y5 and Y6

8.30am 3.20pm

If you have a number of children attending school, please use the EARLIEST time for drop-off and collection.

 

Please watch the video below for a virtual walk through the school building to see what systems have been put in place

https://youtu.be/CDM6dnxbZ7o

Please look at note on Executive Head's page 

 

USE THE TAB AT THE TOP OF THIS PAGE PARENTS INFORMATION AND CLICK THE DROPDOWN NEWSLETTERS FOR THIS INFORMATION

We have a team set up for your welfare @WS_WFEDwelfare please contact them if you need anything or the school office 0151 355 1650 or 0300303 3972 (New 24/7 crisis phone line for residents of Cheshire West) Also look at our parent information and safeguarding pages ABOVE

KEEP SAFE AND WELL

 

 

What Makes Wimboldsley Primary School Great?

Click Here to see our news worthy video of 'What Makes Britain Great?'

At Wimboldsley Primary School we work closely with parents/carers and the wider community to ensure the success of our children.  We believe that children deserve the best possible education and that they learn best when there are strong links between home and school. 

The Governors, Staff and Children are very proud of Wimboldsley Primary School and hope that you enjoy finding out more about our school by browsing our website.  We have designed our website to allow you to access information about the school and keep you up to date with all the events going on. It will also let you know what great learning the children are participating in.  

Visits are encouraged and welcomed: we would be delighted to show you around our wonderful school.  If you are choosing a school for your child, please contact us to arrange a visit or to discuss any aspect of starting primary school.

 

 

Miss S Fletcher                       Mrs C Hazeldine   

                                                    Federation Deputy                       Lead teacher

                                                    

 

                      

    Mrs Moira Atkins               

Executive Headteacher       

Chair of Govenors email: WSandWchair@williamstockton.cheshire.sch.uk  

 

If, as a parent of a pupil attending this school, you require a paper copy of the information on this website, we shall provide this free of charge.

Wimboldsley Community Primary School

Nantwich Road, Wimboldsley, Cheshire

01606 832321

What's Being Said?

"The children are learning in a brilliant environment and it is a delight to see ...Thank you."
"The residential visits here are awesome."
"The teachers keep us safe and look after us."
"Life at Wimsboldsley is underpinned by a particularly strong culture of mutual support and respect."
"Pupils’ behaviour around school and on the playground is exemplary and they are polite, friendly and welcoming to visitors."