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General Information

Weaverthorpe CE (VC) Primary is situated in a very pleasant position, overlooking the village in the heart of the Wolds valley. We serve a rural community and take children from the villages of Weaverthorpe, Helperthorpe, Butterwick and some outlying farms. The main school caters for children from 4 to 11 years, plus a part-time Foundation class for children from the age of 3 years plus a term.

Head Teacher:   Mrs Rachel Ray

Chair of Governors:  Mrs Anne Conroy

Clerk to the Governors:  Mrs Claire Twigg

The Headteacher, Chair and Clerk can all be contacted at the school address.

 

Our Christian School aims:

• To be a welcoming rural school with a friendly Christian ethos, where learning is exciting and children reach their full potential

• To discover and nurture children’s potential within a happy, safe and stimulating environment

• To encourage everyone to stay safe and healthy, and to care for the natural environment

• To try to deliver high standards of teaching where we can develop questioning minds and skills for life-long learning

 

Our Christian values:

We will be:

1. Respectful - towards each other and all the different people of the world

2. Good learners - we will know how to learn, and meet challenges in a positive way

3. Trustworthy - we will tell the truth

4. Kind and patient - with ourselves and each other

5. Fit and healthy - we will know how to live healthy, active lives

We will:

6. Enjoy learning - we want school to be good fun!

7. Care for the environment - at school and in the wider world

8. Have good manners

9. Be confident and have good self-esteem

10. Become independent - as we grow up

 

Safeguarding and Child Protection

Weaverthorpe Primary School is committed to ensuring the welfare and safety of all children in school.

All North Yorkshire schools, including Weaverthorpe Primary School, follow the North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Partnership procedures.

The school always aims to maintain positive relationships with all parents and will normally endeavour to discuss all concerns with parents about their child/ren. However, there may be exceptional circumstances when the school will discuss concerns with Social Care and/or the Police without parental knowledge (in accordance with our Child Protection procedures).

Weaverthorpe School’s Child Protection policy is available publicly and may be found within the Agreed Policies section of this website.