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Wren Park Primary School
Jackson Avenue, Mickleover, DE3 9AY, UK Derby
+44 (0)1332-512732


The governors and I wish to extend a warm welcome to new parents, carers and children.  We hope that this prospectus will provide you with helpful information and some understanding of the philosophy, aims and organisation of the school. 

 We are a caring and hardworking school.  Our aim is to work with you in educating the children.  They will be encouraged to develop their full potential and succeed as individuals.  We will provide equality of opportunity and promote high standards in all aspects of school life.

 We hope your child will settle happily into school and that you will take advantage of the many opportunities offered to strengthen links between home and school.

 If we are to operate successfully and provide the children with a stable and happy environment, full co-operation between us is essential.  It is only when home and school work in partnership that the children receive maximum benefit.  We want you to feel part of our community, just as we want the school to be part of the local community.  There will be regular opportunities for you to visit school to hear about your child’s progress and to be informed of the work we do.

 We look forward to getting to know you as well as your child over the next few years.

 Alex Buckley


Through interesting and challenging opportunities, and through the quality of teaching, children will be helped and encouraged:

·        To strive for their highest levels of achievement

·        To develop a sense of adventure and enthusiasm for learning

·        To extend their capabilities and maximise potential

·        To develop positive attitudes to work

·        To develop a spirit of enquiry and curiosity

·        To work both independently and collaboratively

·        To respect themselves and others and to appreciate human achievement and aspirations

·        To support one another by developing caring attitudes

·        To value the environment and our rich cultural heritage

·        To develop positive attitudes of cooperation and responsibility

·        To develop skills needed in a changing technological environment

·        To extend themselves in body, mind and spirit


To enable aims above to be realised, learning and teaching will be based on a curriculum which is:

·        BROAD, so that it introduces all pupils to a wide range of concepts, experiences, knowledge and skills and promotes spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development;

·        BALANCED, to ensure that each area of the curriculum is given sufficient time for it’s contribution to be effective;

·        RELEVANT to the opportunities and experiences which will prepare children for their continued schooling and for adult life;

·        INCLUSIVE, so that the needs of all pupils are recognised and provided for;

·     DYNAMIC, so that developments in technology, teaching and learning, international and environmental issues can be taken up to enhance learning;

·        PLANNED and implemented by staff with a shared vision and commitment.

·        MANAGED efficiently by staff and governors working together towards agreed goals and continuous improvement;

·        SUPPORTED by families and the community whose partnership in the education of children is accepted and valued.

·        REFLECTIVE and adaptive to what we learn about children’s learning

·        CREATIVE using opportunities to extend children’s learning from activities outside the classroom.


In this academic year the governing body are implementing the following admissions policy.  Our school can currently admit only 48 children. The governors request that parents express a preference for our school in writing so that they can allocate places fairly, in accordance with the Rotherham judgement.

All children will be admitted to the Reception Unit at the same time. All children who will be 5 years old between September 1st 2007 and August 31st 2008 will start our school on a full time basis beginning September 2007.  Detailed arrangements will be given out to all parents of new starters in July 2007.

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