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Weatheralls Primary School
Pratt Street, Soham, CB7 5BH, UK Ely
Tel./Fax 01353 720456

Welcom to Weatheralls Primary School

We believe that learning best takes place in an environment which supports close, secure relationships, engaging and challenging the hearts and minds of all children and promoting in them a sense of pride and joy in achievement.

The Weatheralls is a happy school intent on providing high quality education.  Following inspection by Ofsted in May 2007 the report said; 'This is an outstanding school...It is highly valued by pupils and parents...The staff value and encourage every pupil to achieve as well as he or she can...Achievement is outstanding throughout the school.

We are very proud of our school and will continue to work hard to further improve the quality of education on offer to the children.

Trevor Parsons

Head Teacher


Every child matters - therefore our learning community aims to foster:
  • Excellent attitudes, exemplary behaviour and high levels of attendance
  • A high regard for the safety and well-being of others
  • The ability to choose healthy lifestyles
  • A high level of social responsibility, personalisation, enjoyment and inclusion
  • Confident, high achieving life-long learners
Statement of Values

Our Learning community is committed to:
  • Inspiring all to greater achievement
  • Challenging our capabilities
  • Respecting and valuing diversity
  • Celebrating individual and community success.


High quality learning and teaching is the purpose of our school. It is the vehicle through which we offer an inclusive curriculum which is broad and balanced and meets the requirements of the Foundation Curriculum, National Curriculum, Religious Education and Collective Worship.

Our aims are that all children will;

  • learn to celebrate diversity by working cooperatively and showing a respectful understanding of the rights, views and property of others,
  • develop a responsible and independent attitude towards learning and their role as citizens – locally, nationally and globally,
  • achieve their potential in terms of academic achievement, aesthetic appreciation and spiritual awareness,
  • experience excitement and enjoyment – being inspired to develop their curiosity and a positive attitude to life.

Learning and teaching is more than just a school based activity - we embrace the support and involvement of parents and the wider community.

All members of the school community work towards the school’s aims and values by attending to the five outcomes of ‘Every Child Matters’ – that is to enable children to:

  • Be Healthy
  • Stay Safe
  • Enjoy and Achieve
  • Make a Positive Contribution
  • Achieve Economic Well-being



There are many opportunites for the pupils of the Weatheralls to join extra-curricular clubs. Most of these clubs are run by staff after school or during the lunch hour. If children wish to join a club they need to contact the member of staff running the club.

The variety of clubs available does change regularly so keep checking this page to see what's on offer.


After-school Clubs






Sleeping Beauty Choir

Production rehearsals

Miss Tamsitt

Mrs Bevan and Mrs Wilden


Will vary


Netball (KS2)

Aerobics & Skipping (KS2)

Football (Year 5 and 6)

Gardening Club (KS2)

Writing Club (KS1 and 2)

Computer Club (Y6 girls)

Miss Cooper

Mrs Baker

Mr Harrison

Mrs Hodgson

Mrs Noakes

Mrs Nicholson





3.00 - 3.45

3.00 - 3.45


Drama Club (KS2)

Mr Evans


Lunchtime Clubs






Football Club (KS1)


Mrs Harrison

Mrs Turnbull





Chess Club

Mrs Pickerill




Hockey Club (Years 5 & 6)

Mrs Fletcher



School Choir

Miss Tamsitt and Mrs Bell




We want to enjoy our learning and make good progress.

We have agreed not to spoil other children’s learning.


I will help by:

1. Using the appropriate voice levels during lessons.

2. Paying attention when required.

3. Doing as my teacher requests.

4. Talking respectfully to my teachers, helpers and classmates.

5. Doing my tasks to the best of my ability.

6. Asking for help when I need it.

7. Developing my learning skills and encouraging others.

8. Using equipment responsibly.

9. Leaving my place only for useful reasons.

10.Respecting other people’s space and belongings.

11.Behaving in a way that does not disturb others.


My teacher has agreed to help by:

1. Being enthusiastic and making lessons as enjoyable as possible.

2. Helping me to understand and improve my learning skills.

3. Telling me when I have done well.

4. Listening to my ideas and my questions.

5. Giving me responsibility and helping me make choices.

6. Encouraging me to have a go at new things.

7. Trying to stay calm when things don’t go well!



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