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Wildridings Primary School
Netherton, RG12 7DX, UK Bracknell
+44 (0)1344 425483






In September 1991, Wildridings Primary School opened as a new school created from the amalgamation of the Nursery, Infant and Junior Schools which were built here in the mid 1960's.

A new administration building was completed during the Summer 1991 which physically joins the two main buildings and this forms the centre of the new school. We celebrated the thirtieth anniversary of education on this site in 1998.

Most people are kind enough to say that Wildridings is a happy school and we will do our best to see that your child is happy here - usually it is happy children who learn quickly and gain most from their education. We hope you will share our view that education is a partnership between the home and the school.

Our aim is to develop the whole child and produce individuals who are literate and numerate. Young people who, having been exposed to a wide range of activities, experiences and opportunities, can contribute to the society in which they live in a confident, positive and fulfilling way. Starting a new school is without doubt a very exciting time.

By working together we can make sure that your child has a successful and happy time here.

As part of our continuing commitment to raising standards and providing a better service, we have an agreement that has been drawn up by parents, governors, teachers and children. Its aim is to further develop the partnership that is essential to the successful education of your child.

Best wishes,



The links below will enable you to view various important documents about the school. If you are considering sending your child to Wildridings Primary School then you should obtain a copy of the Information Pack by either telephoning the School Office or filling-in the on-line request form which appears on this site.

The Information Pack is a very comprehensive set of printed material. It has been designed to help you get to know how the school operates, what our core values are and how your child will fit into educational life at Wildridings. As well as giving general and specific information about the school it also contains two very important forms which you will need to complete and return to us if you require your child to be placed on the school's admission list. The first form, which is printed on yellow coloured paper, is the admission form. The second form, which is printed on blue coloured paper, is the medical form.


School Activities
Lower school assembly
Year-3 children having a Roman feast in the Hall
Year-3 children at work

The Staff have fun at Wildridings as well
Circus week Feb'2000

Staff and Children
Staff photograph
Millennium medals
Lunchtime Staff

Lunchtime at Wildridings

Computer Room - Music Room - Library Room
Year-6 children surfing the net
Year-6 children using a multi-media program
Year-3 Recorder group
Year-3 Recorder group

In September 2003, children's author Ifeoma Onyefulu was the Guest of Honour at the opening ceremony of the Munro Library.

Children dressed up as their favourite character from a book as part of the celebrations on the day.

Fun in and out of school
Year-1 group
Year-2 made this dinosaur
Year-2 children at Chiltern Open Air Museum

Children using the equipment at Chiltern Open Air Museum

Playground Apparatus
Lower school playground apparatus
Playing on the tyres
Gazebo designed and built by Ranelagh School A-Level students
and financed by Wildridings School Association

Lower school playground apparatus

Swimming Pool

Greetings to you from the children in the pool

Having fun in the swimming pool

Race you to the end of the pool

Swimming just like a fish

Young children at work
View inside the Nursery Class
Nursery Class
Practical activities in the Nursery
Two nursery children doing artwork
Year-1 child being helped to read by one of our volunteer helpers

Older children at work
Members of Year-6 doing science
Members of Year-6 doing art
Year-5 children doing geography

Our mathematics team

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