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About Us

The Wincham school community is committed to providing each and every pupil with a safe, stimulating and supportive learning environment which celebrates their unique character and capabilities, allows them to be themselves and enables them to achieve to the best of their ability.
We nurture all individuals in their journey to becoming responsible local, national and global citizens.

We understand that our pupils bring different experiences, interests and strengths which will influence the way they learn.

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Welcome

Welcome

I am delighted to write this message to welcome you to our School Website.

You will see as you scan each page on the screen that this is an ‘Outstanding’ Community Primary School. It is a school where every child and their family is known to us. It is a place where we care for each other and learn to be responsible and supportive members of our wider school family.

Matt Boot, Headteacher

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Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Tuesday 5 September –
Autumn term begins

Wednesday 13 September, 7pm –
Wincham Family & Friends AGM

Tuesday 10 October, 2.30pm-7.30pm –
Parents' Evening (School closes at 2pm)

Friday 13 October, 1.30pm-4.30pm –
School Open Afternoon

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KS2 the SATS 2016

On Monday the 9th of May, year 6 started their SATS. On the Monday we did the first SATS paper: the reading comprehension. The reading comprehension was split into 3 sections, two short stories and an information text. We had an hour to do this test. For me this one was the hardest. On Tuesday […]

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Year 6 SATS 2016

Year 6’s SATS took place on Monday 9th – Thursday 12th May. On Monday we had our first test – the reading comprehension. It was split into three sections; we had two fiction texts and one non-fiction text. We had an hour to complete and check the test. On Tuesday, we had the SPAG test […]

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Sats

Sats are held in the hall.  They are in Maths, Literacy and Reading. We have done some but not all. Mrs Wilkinson lets us bring water bottles and tissues. We were nervous at first but have done practises in the class to help. After the exams we have playtime to run round and get some […]

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Fox Howl

On the bus ride there, we were so excited to see what Fox Howl looked like. When we arrived it was better than expected. We went in and then got ready to go out. Then we set off. We started by looking at the little trees that had been planted. Next we went to look […]

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Mr Wrenshall

On the 1st April we sadly said goodbye to Mr Peter Wrenshall (our school caretaker). He has been at our school for an outstanding 7 years!! He’s fixed everything e.g. maps, leaks, doors and even toilets!! He had a brilliant sense of humour which always brightened up our days! Bailey: “I always liked it whenever […]

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Easter Service

The Easter Service was in the Community Centre and grownups were invited to watch. We are in Nursery and sang “Hot Cross Buns” on the stage. We practised with Mrs Williams and Mrs McCreadie in Nursery to help us remember the words. The service was enjoyable.   By Ella Shepherd and Percy Helm Last updated: […]

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High School

High School is a big deal for Year 6 as it is the next step in our education. In Year 5, we had to visit the High Schools to decide which one we liked the most and wanted to go to. We visited many different schools, so it was a hard decision for us to […]

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