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COVID-19

Dear Parents,Please find below the link for updates on guidance for critical workers and vulnerable children: The advice is clear that if children can stay safely at home, they should, to limit the chance of the virus spreading. Schools are being asked to remain open for those children who absolutely need to attend. We will provide care …

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Why choose St Wilfrid’s for your child?

At St Wilfrid’s School we are proud of our ethos of support, collaboration and respect for one another. We provide a quiet, nurturing, supportive environment, delivered through personalised learning opportunities in small class sizes. We enable students to “reach” for their goals, believe in themselves, each other and therefore achieve. Through enriching, engaging and differentiated …

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World Book Day 2020

World Book Day 2020   A great day celebrating World Book day. We made our own hats for a Mad Hatter’s Tea Party.   Lower school finished the afternoon by making jam tarts and having their faces painted! Did you like this? Share it:Tweet

COVID 19 Guidelines

St Wilfrid’s School has been keeping up to date with latest government advice regarding Coronavirus. Currently there are very few cases in the UK, and the government assess therefore that the risk to individuals remains low. Below we have provided advice for places of education from Public Health England. NHS Coronavirus Tag your friends and …

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#Free to be

Following Safer Internet Day 2020, the pupils created the following collage. A hugely important part of any child’s learning in the ever evolving world of the Internet. St Wilfrid’s also lead weekly tutorials for pupils using the National Online Safety software. #freetobe #SaferInternet     Did you like this? Share it:Tweet