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Wheeler Primary School
Wheeler Street, HU3 5QE, UK Kingston upon Hull
+44 (0)1482 353125


Welcome back to the start of a new term and school year. We’ve got lots of exciting things planned for the term and there have been some changes in the way we are doing things in school. I hope that your children have talked to you about the new ‘traffic light system’ in school. If you would like to know more, please talk to any member of staff.

The lunch menu will be avaliable shortly

Click here for the school Menu


Click on the links below for a selection of school trips, visits and projects. Take your time to browse through, we are sure you will enjoy then just as much as the children did.


Various Final Game
Field Trip Sea Side
Music Man Sports Day



In order to enable children to become competent, independent and enthusiastic learners we must maintain the highest possible standards of teaching across the curriculum. As teachers it is our duty to:

  • recognise that children may a wide variety of learning styles.

  • reflect on how our own teaching style matches these different styles of learning

  • incorporate a range and balance of teaching styles which enables all children to respond and learn

  • set clear learning objectives and make these explicit to the children

  • provide well differentiated activities which ensure equal access to the curriculum

  • have high expectations which are shared with the children

  • provide a stimulating environment with appropriate, good quality resources

  • create opportunities for learning in a variety of contexts and settings

  • develop an interactive environment in which all contributions are valued

  • develop a quality of talk which engages children's thinking

  • provide opportunities for reflecting on the learning objective at the end of the lesson

  • reflect and improve on individual effectiveness

Curriculum Leadership:

The role of the subject leader is central to the provision of high standards of teaching and learning within the school and in the raising of standards of achievement. The Curriculum Leader is responsible for the quality and effectiveness of teaching within their subject area, across the whole school. This is achieved through:

Curriculum Design:

  • formulating and implementing written policies for the subject area

  • ensuring entitlement, including curriculum continuity, consistency, balance, match and progression, via long, medium and short-term planning

  • ensuring that the curriculum area reflects cross-curricular concerns such as multicultural issues, equal opportunities, citizenship and P.S.H.E.

  • integrating I.C.T. into the curriculum area

  • assisting in the diagnosis of and response to children's learning difficulties within the subject

  • contributing to the formulation of the School Improvement Plan


  • acting as a consultant to colleagues

  • providing direction, inspiration and motivation, in order to promote confident, positive attitudes towards the subject

  • ensuring that newly appointed colleagues are fully conversant with school subject policies

  • liaising with other schools, agencies, support services and advisory staff

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