At Wolverley Sebright Primary Academy we strive to ensure all our pupils reach their full potential by developing a community and a curriculum that encompasses our motto to ‘Learn, Grow and Achieve’.
We want each child to:
feel safe and secure
develop confidence in everything they do
have empathy and an understanding of people and the world around them
be independent learners
be full of aspiration
We achieve this through creating a climate where pupils are nurtured and are surrounded by an inspiring curriculum. We ensure we support the needs of all their in providing support, guidance which excites the learner’s curiosity.
Everyone is part of driving the learning and ambition which ensures all pupils succeed both in school and in life afterwards.
Working in partnership with our families has created a school community which is aspirational and has a strong family ethos in which everyone is valued and respected.
To develop the pupils’ spiritual well-being through a nurturing and caring ethos.
To be offered two residential educational visits during Key Stage 2.
To be offered trips to enhance the curriculum in each year group.
To learn and develop skills in a variety of competitive sports including, bell boating, golf, football, tennis, rugby, cricket.
To participate in stage drama productions - on or off the stage including acting, production, graphics and sound.
The opportunity to learn to play a musical instrument.
To study the basics of a modern foreign languages.
To have a code of conduct that serves the community.
To make a positive contribution to society.
Starting School in Hedgehogs
The Reception class have created a short film which shows you what to expect when you start with us. Starting school can be scary and you may feel nervous - but you do not need to worry we will take care of you!
Best of British
As part of the whole school theme 'Best of British' all pupils took part in a range of workshops which covered Strictly Country Dancing, X Factor, Police Cadets, Country File, Pop Art and Sherwood Forest School. Working in mixed aged groups the pupils were able to develop skills, knowledge and an understanding of the history and culture of Great Britain.