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Wroxham Gardens, Potters Bar, Herts. EN6 3DJ.
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Dame Alison Peacock, Executive Headteacher
Martyn Vandewalle, Head of School
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Nursery places for 2015-16 are still available. Please call 01707 643576 for further details.

Wroxham's 40th Anniversary Concert

This year we are celebrating 40 years of The Wroxham School. As part of the celebrations we will be holding a musical extravaganza featuring groups made up from Wroxham’s, far-reaching, old and current community. This will include a Concert Band, String Orchestra, Recorder Ensemble and a Community Choir. Get involved!

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We are a Listening School and a Teaching School

Here at Wroxham we believe that the most effective school is one where individuality and difference are celebrated and everyone is valued. And our school mission statement is…

Working together, aiming high

The Wroxham Transformative Learning Alliance (WroxhamTLA) was set up by The Wroxham School after it gained National Teaching School status from the National College in 2011. Visit its website www.wroxhamtla.org.uk to find the latest professional learning opportunities, and information on research, leadership, initial teacher education and more. If you wish to become a member of our alliance, find out more via the button below.

Learning without Limits

The Learning without Limits project is dedicated to developing approaches to teaching and learning that do not rely on determinist beliefs about ability.

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Learning without Limits

Local Offer

The Wroxham School is an inclusive school and offer a range of provisions to support children with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND). Read more

WisePay

Please ask at our school office for more details or visit our school's WisePay page, click below.

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Easyfundraising

Did you know that whenever you buy anything online - from your weekly shop to your annual holiday - you could be raising a free donation for The Wroxham School?

Read more here or go straight to the Easyfundraising website

www.easyfundraising.org.uk

Latest Wroxham Activity

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Freedom to lead: a study of outstanding primary school leadership in England

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The Wroxham School has been part of a research study for the National College for Teaching & Leadership on outstanding primary school leadership. The Wroxham Case Study focuses on our work as a Teaching School and on creation of  an irresistible culture for learning through; listening, dialogue, feedback, assessment, Learning Review meetings and risk-taking.

Read the report here.

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Knebworth House

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We really enjoyed our visit to Knebworth House to follow the Dinosaur Trail. We then played garden games such as tennis, parachute games, and pick up sticks.

Here are some pictures.

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Run, Run as fast as you can…..

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Last week, we listened to the story of the Gingerbread Man. We designed our Gingerbread Men and the followed our design to decorate them. Here are some pictures.

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Victorian games!

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In Forest School today, we played traditional Victorian games! We loved making our own versions, using a combination of modern and natural materials.

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Names in Nature

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We found natural materials outside including twigs, flowers and stones then
used them to write our names with. Don’t they look great?


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Forest School Three Little Pigs

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Whilst learning about materials we were set a task to build a new house for
the three little pigs using natural materials in the forest. We had to
think about what we could use to build a strong house that wouldn’t be
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