Parents visiting the school, or wishing to talk to a member of staff, are requested, initially, to contact the school office on 01733 571779 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Parents are asked to use the main entrance at all times. Mrs Hinton, School Operations Manager, Mrs Ahmed, Miss Bradshaw and Mrs Zealand (clerical staff) are available to assist during school office hours 8.30am - 3.30pm. Outside office hours, messages may be left on the school answerphone service.
The School Day
Children allowed into school
Start of the school day
10.30am - 10.45am
Key Stage 1 playtime begins (there are separate playgrounds)
10.30am - 10.50am
Key Stage 2 playtime begins (there are separate playgrounds)
10.30am - 10.50am
Reception lunch begins
12.00pm - 13.00pm
Years 1 & 2 lunch
12.15pm - 13.10pm
Key Stage 2 lunch begins
Key Stage 1 day ends
Key Stage 2 day ends
Whole school assembly will take place on Monday mornings 9.05am and Friday afternoons 14.00pm, KS1 has assembly at 14.40pm on each afternoon. KS2 has assembly at 9.00am. Our Friday assembly is an Achievement Assembly. House Point totals, stars of the week and Headteacher certificates are presented.
Location & Facilities
Werrington is a 'village' on the edge of Werrington township, dating back to Norman times and is within the City of Peterborough. The school is situated in the centre of the village and is surrounded for the most part by private housing. To the north is the new Werrington township.
The Primary School is comprised of two parts, which were formerly the Infant and Junior Schools. The Junior School was built in 1961 and the Infant School in 1966. The school has fourteen well-lit and spacious classrooms, the majority of which look out over the school fields. The Key Stage 2 department has an enclosed courtyard, whilst the Key Stage 1 department has the benefit of a large conservatory.
Inside and Outside the Buildings
There are two large halls, which are well equipped for drama, physical education, sensory circuits and music. The school fields are spacious, there is a learner swimming pool with changing rooms and showers. Within the school grounds, there is an established conservation area, pond and nature trail. The school has good reading and reference library facilities, a range of computer equipment including banks of Chrome Books, Interactive screens in every class, and a modern fitted kitchen which is used by the children. Variety at playtimes is created through the use of different areas of play, the trim trail, different equipment and organised games as appropriate. The playgrounds have quiet shaded areas and during the summer term some lessons are delivered outside.