Our vision of Wigmore Primary is a school in which children are safe, valued, supported to learn independently and think for themselves. Pupils’ achievements are celebrated and they develop skills that enable them to make good progress and gain the opportunity to strive for their own unique excellence. Children will have access to quality first teaching which is consistent throughout the school. A broad and balanced curriculum is offered with a range of creative, exciting and enriching first hand experiences, both within the school day and beyond.
Children are confident to learn from their mistakes, everyone has the child very much as the centre of what they do. Wigmore is a fully inclusive school and effective support is given to pupils in order to make it so.
Pupils at Wigmore achieve academically, personally and socially. They are explicitly taught essential life skills; to work collaboratively, resolve conflict and be supportive of one another. Staff take steps to ensure learning is effective and may use timely and precise intervention to support students in their learning.
Children, parents, staff and governors recognise that they are part of the school community and feel proud to be part of Wigmore. The school has an open door policy; we are committed to working with families to support children in their lifelong learning.
|Name||Type of Governor|
|Mr P Adcock||Parent|
|Mr I Ali||Parent/Chair|
|Miss S Clough||Staff|
|Mrs G Jones||Co-opted|
|Mr D Johnston||Headteacher|
|Mr M Marshall||Co-opted|
|Mrs J Oliver||Parent/Vice Chair|
|Mrs G Ozeke||Co-opted|
|Mr L Patterson||Local Authority|
|Mr A Skepelhorn||Co-opted|
|Mrs K Miller||Clerk|