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Statutory Information and associated policies
This page contains many documents, policies and reports. Please contact the school office if you require a paper copy of any of the information on the school website. These printouts will be provided free of charge.
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School Contact Details
The name, postal address and telephone number of the school, and the name of a person to whom enquires should be address is:
Mrs Maria Hawkins, Headteacher, Wilbarston CE Primary School, School Lane, Wilbarston, Leicestershire, LE16 8QN, 01536 771252
To contact the school electronically please complete the enquiry form on the contact us page which is located here or email
For enquiries in relation to special educational needs please contact the school SENCO MRs Frances Martin using the above contact form
Wilbarston CE Primary School is part of the Pathfinder Schools Academy Trust, Greening Road, Rothwell, NN14 6BB, 01536 903399
If you would like your child to attend our school, applications are made via the Local Authority and this can be accessed by using the NCC Admissions below.
A copy of our prospectus is available below:
Pupils who live in the designated villages and contributory parishes of Wilbarston, Stoke Albany, Weston By Welland, Ashley, Sutton Bassett, Dingley and Brampton Ash are linked to Wilbarston CE Primary School as their nearest allocated school.
Please follow the links below to request an in year school place or to apply for a new Reception or Secondary school place or if your child has special educational needs or disabilities:
The application process closes on January 15th 2024
Follow the links above for information on how to make a late application.
The published admission number (PAN) for Reception is 15.
Places will be allocated to pupils who have a statement of SEN or an EHC Plan that names the school as the appropriate provision. When there are more applications for places than
There are places available, priority will be given in the following order:
- Looked After Children and all previously Looked After Children (see paragraph 6.1 for definition of ‘Looked After Children’).
- Children with a sibling link (see paragraph 6.3 for definition of ‘sibling’) continuing at the school at the time of the admission of the younger child.
- Children who live closer to the preferred school than any other school.
- Other children.
If the admission number is exceeded within criterion 3, priority will be given to those who live furthest from their nearest alternative school. If the admission number is exceeded within any other criterion, priority will be given to those who live closest to the school.
Measurements are carried out in a straight line basis from the child’s home address to the address point of the school using NNC’s GIS System.
In the case where multiple applications for the same shared dwelling occurs (eg. Flats), a randomiser (will be used to decide the priority in which the pupils within the shared dwelling are selected in the event of a tie or where two distances are equal. The random allocation process will be subject to independent verification.
If you have applied and been refused a place at our school (in any year group), you are entitled to appeal against that decision.
Appeals for Wilbarston CE Primary School are administered by North Northamptonshire Council Admissions Team. For more information on the process please see:
Information about the school guidance in relation to school uniform can be found on our uniform page
Our last Ofsted visit was in July 2015 where the school was reported as Good.
Information as to where and by what means parents may access the most recent report about the school published by her Majesty's Chief Inspector of Education, Children's Services and Skills can be found is available here. Please follow this link to access Ofsted Parent View
Church SIAMS Inspections
As a Church of England School we are also inspected by the National Society on behalf of the Peterborough Diocese Board of Education. The school was inspected in November 2021 and a Section 48 SIAMS Report was provided. We were delighted that the inspection agreed with our school evaluation and that the report recognised the hard work of staff, pupils and families in partnership. The main findings are below:
Christian Values permeate all aspects of the school's life which has a significant impact on the lives of the pupils.
There are positive relationships, respect and care between all members of the school community
There are "happy children, who love to come to school and enjoy learning"
There is "outstanding personal and spiritual development of the pupils"
The headteacher provides clear and determined leadership with supportive staff and governors
Our KS2 results and School performance data is held online at the Department of Education Performance Tables website
Link to government school results page:
School Opening Hours
Information about the structure of the school day can be found on The School Day page
We have a siginicant amount of information related to the Curriculum which can be found on a dedicated page.
Behaviour & Anti-bullying
As a school our expectations of behaviour are high; we expect pupils to behave around school and when we take them out of school. Our children expect good behaviour from one another and it is rare that behaviour of pupils falls below what we would expect.
We reward effort of pupils and perseverance in our school. Good behaviour is expected and not usually rewarded. However, pupils are rewarded with house points and weekly certificates for being a good role model to others or exemplifying our Christian values in specific ways. Our House Captains also choose members of their own houses to award certificates to for similar reasons.
Our policy explains how we reward consistently good standards of behaviour in order to promote the highest standards and how we will deal with incidents when our expectations are not met. Our behaviour policy reflects our Christian ethos and values in action. Children should always know that their behaviour is their responsibility but also that they can be forgiven and start again if they are able to say sorry and make amends.
Pupil Premium & Recovery Premium
Detailed statements of the school's Pupil Premium and Recovery Premium can be found on the dedicated page
PE and Sports Premium
Detailed statements of the school's PE and Sports Premium can be found on the dedicated page
Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
Information about inclusion and how we support children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities can be found on our dedicated page
Trust Annual reports and accounts
Trust annual reports and accounts are published annually on the trust website which can be accessed on the following link. Please see below a copy of the master funding agreement for the trust. The articles of association and current scheme of delegation can be found on the trust website.
Values and Ethos
Our Vision as a Church of England school is to deliver a caring, stimulating and enjoyable experience for all our pupils, during which pupils are expected to do their best at all times and to live out our Christian values, underpinned by John 10:10-
Jesus said, I have come that you should have life, life in all its fullness.
Further information about our school ethos and values can be found on the following page