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Wroxham Gardens, Potters Bar, Herts. EN6 3DJ.
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Martyn Vandewalle, Head of School
Dame Alison Peacock, Executive Headteacher
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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 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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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 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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Ratio Investigation

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Year 6 have been learning about ratio this week. You can use this to calculate which mixtures of juice and water will give the strongest drink. Here we are, testing our predictions:

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E-Safety presentation

Year 5 delivered an assembly to the school today about E-Safety. Over the last couple of weeks, the children have researched the topic and then created their presentation. They planned the assembly independently too. Well done everyone; you spoke clearly and confidently to everyone. We were very proud of you. View original post →

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Hadrian’s wall!

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Recently in Forest School, we made famous London landmarks out of natural materials. During this lesson, we decided we would also like to make other historical landmarks. After discussing a few different landmarks, we chose to recreate Hadrian’s wall.

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Another busy week!

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It’s been another very busy week in Year One, using prepositions, writing stories, weighing objects, investigating using our sense of smell, tasting a range of rice-based products and creating our own great wall of China!

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Teddy’s Coat

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This week we have been learning about which materials would be suitable to make a waterproof coat for a Teddy Bear. We looked at 4 different materials; cling film, paper towel, cloth and foil. We then predicted which material we thought would be most suitable and tested each of the View original post →

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Repeating Patterns

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This week we have been learning about Repeating Patterns. In one of our small groups, we used the compare bears to make our own repeating patterns. Here are some pictures.

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