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Wolviston Primary School
The Green, Wolviston, TS22 5LN,UK Billingham
Tel. 01740 644374, Fax: 01740 644374

Aims and Values


Wolviston is a school where:
  • every child knows every other child

  • teachers know every child and know them all by name

  • parents are welcome and their help is appreciated

  • there is happiness, laughter, discipline and solid education

  • To help children develop lively, enquiring minds giving them the ability to question and to argue rationally and to apply themselves to tasks

  • To instil respect for moral values, for other people and for oneself and tolerance of other races, religions and other ways of life

  • To help children understand the world in which we live and the interdependence of nations

  • To help children to use language effectively and imaginatively in reading, writing and speaking

  • To provide a basis of mathematical, scientific and technical knowledge, enabling children to learn the essential skills needed in a fast changing world of work

  • To teach children about human achievement in art, science, music, technology and literature

  • To enable the child to enter the world, after formal education is over, as an active participant in society and a responsible contributor to it

To achieve our aims it is necessary to provide all children with a balanced curriculum which presents them with a wide range of challenges and experiences as they progress through the school.

  • Courtesy and honesty, self-discipline, fairness and flexibility

  • Caring and supportive staff, an effective pastoral system

  • Effective and equitable use of resources outside and within the classroom

  • Open school management capable of providing advice when required

  • Opportunities for staff development

  • Community spirit, teamwork, co-operation and enjoyment within the learning environment

School Organisation

There will normally be about 105 children on roll.

It is anticipated that the organisation will be broadly as follows:

Nursery ~ Mrs Green

Class 1 ~ Reception and Year 1 ~ Mr Fawdon

Class 2 ~ Year 1 and Year 2 ~ Miss Hearn

Class 3 ~ Year 3 and Year 4 ~ Mrs Allred

Class 4 ~ Year 5 and Year 6 ~ Dr Ord

School Hours
9.00am to 12 noon
1.00pm to 3.30pm ~ Key Stage 2 (Juniors).
1.30pm to 3.30pm ~ Key Stage 1 (Infants).

Children are not normally expected to be in the school playground before 8.50am. A teacher will be on duty from 8.50am, and the bell will ring at 8.55am so that school may commence at 9.00am. In the event of rain, children will be supervised inside the building from 8.50am.

Nursery Hours
Mornings - arrive between 9.00 and 9.15am; leave between 11.15 and 11.30am.
Afternoons - arrive between 1.00 and 1.15pm; leave between3.15 and 3.30pm.
Childre attend either morning or afternoon sessions.

Transfer to Secondary Education
At 11+ children are transferred to secondary comprehensive schools. Most Wolviston children transfer to Northfield Comprehensive or Billingham Campus School.

Before the children transfer, parents are given a copy of a booklet 'Secondary Education in Stockton'. The booklet explains the transfer arrangements for the whole of Stockton.

Before transfer, children visit their new school to familiarise themselves with teaching staff, organisation and the buildings. Parents are usually invited to the secondary school to meet some of the members of staff


I go to Karate every Wednesday and Friday. I am currently blue belt; it’s a lot of fun. We do things like running, press-ups, squat thrusts, pull-ups and stretching - that’s just the warm up. Afterwards we do grading work: grading is about getting new belts and tips. Then we do throws and holds. At the end we either do races or games.

I am mad about games; I play on them all day. I have a ps2, gamecube, Nintendo 64, Super Nintendo and a Plug ‘n’ Play. My favourite types of game include adventure, RPG, action, and racing. I have more hero-orientated games.

Marvel Legends Figure Collecting
I love Marvel Legends Figures. They normally have about 35 points of articulation and are very collectable. I currently have a collection consisting of Apocalypse, Wolverine, Shadowcat, x-23, Maestro, Sasquatch, Task Master, Ironfist and Green Goblin. They are brilliant to play with. I’ll keep these for a long time.

By Jon (Class 4)
Swimming and Dancing

My hobbies are swimming and line dancing. I go swimming two times a week. I go dancing on a Friday. I am in Lane Five in both of my swimming clubs. I am on my star one in dancing, which is the highest out of all the children my teacher has taught.

I love to dive. My favourite strokes are backstroke, front crawl and butterfly. Butterfly is really hard but with flippers it is really easy. Backstroke is probably the easiest stroke. Front crawl is another easy stroke, but you have to get your position right.

I love to dance. I do a bit of ballet and a bit of disco. I go to the Janet Dickinson School of Dance. We have to do the splits in it!

By Emily (Class 4)

Our favourite hobby is dancing. Every Monday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday we go dancing for medals. We started dancing when we were 3 years old. The dancing that we do is ballroom, Latin, disco, tap, jazz, ballet, and modern. Our favourite type of dance is tap.

Ballroom consists of tango, waltz, foxtrot and quickstep. Tap is very hard when you get to a high stage. Jazz is a bit classic; you can use a trumpet or saxophone.

By Molly and Amy (Class 4)

Extra-Curricular Activities

Knitting Club
Monday lunchtimes 12.30-1pm.

Tuesday lunchtimes 12.30-1pm.

Wednesday lunchtimes 12.30-1pm.

Gardening club
Thursday lunchtimes 12.30-1pm.

Chess Club
Friday lunchtimes after half-term 12.30-1pm.

Mondays after school.

Netball Club
Tuesdays after school 3.30-4pm until half-term.

Drama Club
Tuesdays after school 3.30-4pm after half-term.

Wednesdays after school.

Wednesdays after school.

"Mad Science"
Thursdays after school.

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