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Wroxham Gardens, Potters Bar, Herts. EN6 3DJ.
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Dame Alison Peacock, Executive Headteacher
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Nursery places for 2016-17 are still available. Please call 01707 643576 for further details.

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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Getting Lost in Books

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This week we have been getting lost in books, especially ‘The Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch’ by Ronda and David Armitage. We are great at telling the story with actions and we even had a visit from the main character, Mr Grinling. We have written letters, created posters and are in the View original post →

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Art Exhibition

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Year 6 were delighted to welcome everyone into our classroom this lunchtime for our exhibition of the clay models of Buddha that we made in RE.

We had a lot of visitors and everyone was so impressed by the quality of our models:

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Getting lost in books

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We have had a wonderful week, getting lost in books. It culminated in the whole school ‘buddy reading’ this morning, before attending our ‘Lost in Books’ assembly, hosted by our Patron of Reading Tamsyn Murray.

In the assembly, we announced that the book Year 6 would most like to get lost View original post →

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Week beginning the 17th of October

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This week the children have been very busy sorting out piles of muddled up numbers into the correct order and carefully counting lines of dinosaurs.

On Tuesday the children made an apple cake using more of the apples that we picked from the tree on the school field.

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Creating a food web

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In our science lesson today, we went outside and recreated a food web based on UK wildlife. Each person took on the role of either a producer or a consumer (herbivore, omnivore or carnivore) and we tracked the transfer of energy from the sun, to producers and then on to View original post →