Wednesday, 17 January 2018

Modern, purpose-built primary school is at the heart of the Watlington community

Modern, purpose-built primary school is at the heart of the Watlington community

WATLINGTON Primary School is a modern, purpose-built school with excellent facilities.

The school sits at the heart of the Watlington community — a small picturesque market town within the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in South-East Oxfordshire.

Our school has received back-to-back outstanding Ofsted ratings, reflecting our long-term dedication to ensuring that all pupils receive the highest standard of education possible.

Our setting encourages every child to fully develop their talents within a caring and nurturing environment.

Our school embodies its vision of “bright futures”. It has a clear focus on the individual.

We are proud that we really get to know each and every child and are passionate about ensuring that each child reaches their full potential.

Our school offers a wide-ranging curriculum that really embraces and develops the whole child.

The curriculum is topic-based and designed to engage the pupils in their learning, providing them with real and meaningful experiences that allow them to make the most of every learning opportunity.

If this sounds like the educational environment that you want for your child then please contact the school office to arrange a tour of our fabulous school with the headteacher.

To see just some of the wonderful opportunities available to the children, the school’s blog is online at www.watlingtoncpschool.
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