WORLINGHAM CEVC PRIMARY SCHOOL, BECCLES
Like a tree firmly planted by streams of living water, we will grow in knowledge, love faith and wisdom. Based on Psalm 1:3.
I am delighted to welcome you to Worlingham CEVC primary school’s website. Through it, we hope to provide you with an insight into the high quality provision offered within our school. I hope that you will find plenty to interest you, be that as an existing member of our school community or someone is looking to find out more about the school.
The staff, governors and I are committed to working together to provide the highest quality education to develop the whole child. We are proud of our curriculum, which teaches children the key knowledge and skills of the national curriculum and allows them to apply it in engaging and exciting learning opportunities. This successful approach means we build a love of learning in our children and attain very good results. Our staff and children work hard.
We aim to ensure that all our children enjoy their time in school and strive for excellence. Equality, fairness and a sense of belonging are nurtured within our school, fostering strong relationships both between children and the adults who support them. We celebrate children’s successes in all areas and help them to embrace challenge.
Our school is welcoming and friendly. We value parents and carers and work in partnership to secure the best outcomes for our children. You are invited to contact us or visit at any time to discuss your child’s needs.
We are a forward thinking school and are continually looking to improve and develop our practices and our staff. Whether through the use of technology, outdoor learning or the Arts we constantly seek to provide memorable learning. Each year we improve our school further through development plans informed by research and best practice taken from other schools.
Our school was judged to be ‘Outstanding’ in all areas by OFSTED in June 2018. We now aim to build on that success and continue to look for ways to improve even further, just as we would want our children to do when they succeed.
Mr Paul Seeman