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Welcome from the Headteacher

We hope you find our website useful in helping you find out about our school and what we do. It is full of information for our whole school community.

Wellington is a successful, happy and forward-thinking school. We pride ourselves on our rich and varied curriculum, and the wider opportunities our children have. They tell us they love their learning and enjoy coming to school.

In recent years we've had lots of building work going on as we've grown to a two-form entry school. Our learning environments are bright and well-cared for, with facilities which support all our children.

Please explore the website to find out a little more about us.

Martin Grant
Headteacher

 


Wellington Primary @WellingtonLBTH

20 Jan Road safety: Peter from School Magic led a fun assembly with magic. Remember to STOP, LOOK, LISTEN, THINK whenever… https://t.co/VcWUz3zzW1

14 Jan Year 2 are just back from The Museum of London. They had a fantastic time learning about The Great Fire of London!… https://t.co/0XcvB2bulp

13 Jan We had a visit from Safety Seymour today, teaching Y2 how to protect ourselves and our homes from Carbon Monoxide… https://t.co/cjFeqHRgrT

10 Jan Year 4 had a wonderful day at the Horniman Museum learning about the Ancient Kingdom of Benin. We explored interest… https://t.co/MBJg0pxKqS

Latest Wellington Community Calendar Events

Teacher training day 3: School closed for children24Jan2020

NY – Y6 Parent conferences04Feb2020

End of Spring 1: School closes for half-term holiday14Feb2020

School closed: Holidays17Feb2020

Spring 2 begins: Children return to school24Feb2020

Calendars page(s): Wellington Community Calendar >>

“My school is special because it gives me opportunities to develop my skills, to think deeply about things and to understand different points of view.”  Year 5 pupil

Big Draw Autumn 2019

Thank you to all our EYFS families who joined us at the end of Autumn 1  for our 'Big Draw' workshop with Ms O'Dowd. The beautiful up-cycled bugs produced by Nursery and Reception were made from rescued laminate, scraps of card and plastic bottle tops!

The event was a great success, with parents and children proudly showing off their work and talking about their learning and enjoyment. A huge thanks to Mrs Bennett, Mrs Di Piazza and the KS2 Student Arts Ambassadors for supporting this event.

We look forward to seeing you next time!​​​

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