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Warboys Community Primary School
Humberdale Way, PE28 2RX, UK Warboys
Tel. 0148-782-2317, Fax: 01487- 824-423

Welcome to Warboys Community Primary School

Warboys is a large primary school on the edge of the Fens which caters for the children of Warboys and some of the surrounding villages.

We are a friendly welcoming school who offer children a broad and balanced curriculum. The school also has an extensive range of after-school clubs and places importance on the arts and sport.

The aims of Warboys School are quality in:
  • teaching and learning
  • relationships
  • the school, its environment and its community.
The school believes that quality in teaching and learning will be achieved by:
  • high quality teaching
  • a well planned curriculum
  • well-motivated and caring staff
  • effective in-service education for all staff
  • well resourced curriculum areas
  • a manageable class structure
  • constantly monitoring children’s achievements.
"It is our intention to develop the potential of every child within a caring and safe environment".


The school premises are predominantly open plan in style, although careful planning has enabled teaching spaces to be sufficiently spread out to enable effective single class teaching where it is desirable.

A range of teaching styles is used in every class depending on the needs of the children and the content of the curriculum. Our over-riding aim is to have well-planned, orderly and effective learning. We expect children to develop a degree of independence and responsibility for their own learning as they progress through the school.

Children are taught all the national curriculum subjects either as discrete subjects or mixed subjects (i.e. project or theme work). All work is carefully planned by staff using the school schemes of work which are designed to be progressive, well balanced, challenging and interesting. The core subjects of English, Mathematics and Science take up half of the teaching and learning time.

The younger children tend to work a more integrated day, which enables their teachers to plan for shorter attention spans and wide-ranging maturity levels. Since the introduction of the National Literacy Strategy & National Numeracy Strategy Key Stage 1 children are all taught English and Mathematics together for an appropriate period of time.

In 2007-2008 all pupils in Key Stage two will go to Ramsey Leisure Centre Pool to have swimming instruction. Further details will be sent nearer the time. The children travel by bus and we have to request a contribution towards the transport costs. We hope you will support this very important aspect of the PE Curriculum.

Foundation Stage

Starting school is an important step in a child's life and we want the transition from home to school to be a happy and rewarding one for all concerned. We aim to provide a caring, secure and stimulating environment for children during the Reception Year. We offer a broad and balanced curriculum, which is based on learning through purposeful carefully planned play and builds on what children already know and can do.

The work planned, following the foundation stage curriculum, is organised into six areas of learning:

  • Personal, Social and Emotional Development; 
  • Language and Literature;
  • Mathematical Development; 
  • Knowledge and Understanding of the World; 
  • Physical Development;
  • Creative Development.
Children work towards achieving success in these areas by the end of the Foundation Stage, which is at the end of the Reception Year.



The Parent Teachers Association - Warboys School

What is the PTA?

The Parent Teachers Association is a group of parents, most of whom have children in the school, and teachers or other members of staff from the school.

What do we do?

Our main role is to fundraise for the school. The regular events organised each year include a May Ball, a summer Fete, two quiz nights through the year and lots of other smaller events.

Who is on the committee?

The committee is made up of a Chairperson, Vice-Chair, Treasurer and Secretary.  As well as these people there are a number of other committee members whose support and effort is invaluable.  There is also a group of parents who lend a  hand specifically for the larger fundraising events, i.e. the May Ball and the Fete.

What does the fundraising money go towards? 

The funds raised go to pay for lots of different things all focused around increasing the school’s resources. In the past we gave money to the school for the outside canopy in KS1, interactive whiteboards, Library equipment and books in KS2 and football kit to name but a few.

What do I do if I want to get involved?

We are always keen to welcome new faces and would love you to get involved, even if you can only spare a few hours to help with a specific event rather than make an ongoing commitment. Please contact either the Chairperson via the school office.

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