Wellesley Park Primary School are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Her Majesty The Queen, Elizabeth II. Our thoughts and condolences are with The Royal Family and everyone around the world mourning the loss of Her Majesty.
Aren't they stunning? What talent we have at WP - WELL DONE girls, we are very proud of you... 👍
Head of School
I just HAD to share these two AMAZING realist, landscape water-colour paintings, created by Chloe P and Ruby A in Year 5.
On Friday 27th May Wellesley Park officially celebrated the Queen's platinum jubilee - in great style and ceremony! Our school council had previously planned and written letters, inviting our Mayor of Wellington - Mark Lithgow - to be our special visitor and judge for the day. The day began with lots of creative jubilee related learning activities and then every child got to parade beneath glorious sunshine, in their finest crowns! Each year group's crowns were judged by The Mayor and our School Council. The day ended with a whole school art exhibition of our Royal Queen portraits - the talent demonstrated by all our pupils was brilliant! I would like to thank our Mayor for his attendance and full participation in all our events, and for helping to make the platinum Jubilee at Wellesley Park something to remember forever!
We have been asked to share a fundraising appeal, for the fabulous Immy and her need for a specialist trike - please see the attached link for further information, we know she will be very grateful for any wider community support - Please do share widely!
We are absolutely delighted to announce that OFSTED have deemed the school to be ‘Good’ in all areas.
During the full, two-day inspection, OFSTED noted improvements across all areas of the school, particularly noting: excellent pupil behaviour, full inclusivity, well supported SEND provision, broad and balanced curriculum, strong leadership and effective teaching, throughout the school. The inspectors praised the school’s values and ethos, stating they were clearly evident as ‘pupils display positive attitudes and take pride in their work.’
The report also made a special note of the attention that the school pays towards delivering lessons which foster all individual students’ interests and passions.
Headteacher, Carly Wilkins said: “We are delighted with our recent OFSTED report which acknowledges the hard work and dedication that all of our staff and pupils put into their work at Wellesley Park Primary School. It was recognised that, ‘Everyone makes sure pupils enjoy school, learn in a stimulating and supportive environment whist feeling safe and cared for…’
Here is Mrs Wilkins announcing the news...see if you can spot any little faces you recognise...!
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GOOD NEWS ALERT!!