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.
Dame Alison Peacock, Executive Headteacher
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…
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.
Pupils’ App Goes to Market
Last year, Year 5 followed an App development course from Apps for Good and entered their ideas into a national competition. One of the teams – Christopher, George and Ross – won in their category.
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
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
Latest Wroxham Activity
I hope that you have all had a fabulous holiday and enjoyed spending time with your families. The year 3 team are very excited about the Summer term and our new topic; The Victorians.
Due to a timetable change, our PE days are now Monday and Friday. Please make sure View original post →
Here are some photos from our Toy Shop on Wednesday. It was a busy day for
the children but we were so proud of them for showing and talking about
their inventions so well. Well done year 2! Thanks again to all who visited.
Thank you for another fabulous term in year 3. You have all worked very hard and are continuing to become such amazing learners; we love working with you all.
We haven’t set any homework as we feel that you all need a rest but, if you would like something to do View original post →