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Nicky Easey and Cheryl Mence, Joint Acting Headteachers
Wroxham Gardens, Potters Bar, Herts. Tel: 01707 643576
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: We are offering 30 hours free childcare from September 17 and have spaces available in our Nursery Class. We also have School Direct placements available - Train to Teach for Sept 2017 - call 01707 643576

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 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.

School Prospectus

You can view our latest school prospectus The Wroxham School Prospectus 2016-17

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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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


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Latest School Blog Posts

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Thank you

Dear Year 5,

On behalf of the Year 5 teaching team, I wanted to say thank you so much to you and your families for your kind words and generous gifts. They are much appreciated. It has been our absolute privilege to be able to teach you not once but twice View original post →

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Final Forest School

We spent our final forest school building a bonfire from the branches and wood removed from the big pond area. You all worked brilliantly together to ensure that the wood was the correct size to go on the bonfire. We finished the session by toasting marshmallows and having a View original post →

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Renovating our bus

We were delighted to welcome Alex Sturge, the Internal communications Manager for UK Power Networks, into Wroxham today.

He was here to announce that his company have agreed to make a donation towards renovating our bus, following a very persuasive letter from one of the children in year 6.

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Sports Assembly

This morning we all celebrated the achievements of the Year 6 football teams:

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Greek Laurel Wreaths

Today, we learnt about the history behind Greek laurel wreaths. Traditionally, this would be horseshoe shaped and made from olive twigs and would be worn on the head. The Greek god Apollo wore one on his head. In Ancient Greece, wreaths were given to special people such as winners of View original post →

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Forest school 6.7.17

In forest school this week we linked into our learning in topic about explorers discovering new plants and animals and also in science where we have been thinking about animal adaptations. The children created plants and animals that had never been seen before, gave them great names and gave View original post →

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‘Drawing makes you look at the world more closely.’

In the story ‘Skellig’ Mina says to Michael, ‘Drawing makes you look at the world more closely, it helps you to see what you’re looing at more clearly.’ So we went outside to draw the world around us:

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Eating Pomegranates

We are currently reading the book Skellig and in today’s chapter, they were eating pomegranates; so we decided to join them! The general consensus was that they are delicious:

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