Whitefield Community Primary School, Whitefield Manchester, M45 6DP
On behalf of the Pupils, Staff and Governors I would like to welcome you Whitefield Community Primary School.
Whitefield Primary School sits in the heart of community and has approximately 180 pupils on role. We are a small, caring and family orientated school which strives to offer the very highest standards in education. The school serves a richly diverse community which we believe not only makes our school unique to others but also enables us to enrich the lives of the children that attend.
Our door is always open and we are always willing to accommodate visitors to our special school.
The adults at the school ensure that the school provides a caring, carefully structured learning environment which allow our children to flourish. We offer the very highest standards in education while also ensuring that our children develop a sense of adventure and wonder.
We are enormously proud of our Forest School which allows our children to develop their learning outside of the classroom. We believe that this is a fundamental part of supporting children in developing them as resilient, confident, independent and creative learners
An integral part of school is our relationship with parents. We work closely together to ensure that any concerns are taken seriously and dealt with swiftly. We operate an open door policy and parents are encouraged to raise any concerns or worries at a mutual convenient time.
I am extremely honoured to be the Headteacher of this fantastic school. Why? Because I am fortunate enough to come to work each day with fantastically talented children, hardworking staff with supportive governors and parents.
You will find lots of useful information about the school on this website which we hope will give you a feel of our fabulous school.
Mr M Van Hecke
This week's winning Sevens group was Katie-Jo's group.
Congratulations to Katie-Jo, John-Jack, Sofiya, Emelia, Malak, Carter
A big well done too to all of our Citizenship Award winners... Milena, Cameron,
Malak, Meghan, Mustafa, Amber-Joe and Holly.
We hope you enjoy your non-uniform day and afternoon tea.
A message for this week's Sevens Assembly... to log your points this week
Sevens Leaders you have to name a singer, group or composer.
This is to celebrate International Make Music Day on Wednesday
21st June 2017. Good luck!
Look below to see what has been going on at W.C.P.S and for more you can also click here to visit our Forest School twitter page.
10:00 am - 1:30 pm @ Castlebrook High School
An afternoon of sports including running, jumping, throwing and high jump. Good luck Years 3-6!
Please remember to pick your child up at 1:30!
8:50 am - 3:10 pm
Children are not in school today