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Whingate Primary School
Whingate Road, Leeds,LS12 3DS Armley
0113 263 8910

About our school:

    • A large school
    • A pleasant, modern, well-kept building
    • An appealing outside play area with grass, games, seating and shade
    • Plenty of resources – including a new ICT suite, 13 interactive Smartboards and a library
    • A safe and secure site

Above all else - Whingate is a happy and successful school for children and adults.

About Us

Whingate is a two-form entry Primary School which has 390 pupils on roll. There is also a Nursery for pupils aged 3 and 4 years, which is operating as a 39-place unit.

School front viewThe school building was opened in April 1989. Each year area consists of two class bases and most rooms have been up-dated and redecorated in the last three years

There is a newly built library, a new ICT suite ICT suiteand a new Pupil Development Centre which we use for a Breakfast Club, a Lunchtime Club and for a range of teaching about personal, health and social issues. Every classroom from Year 1 to 6 has an interactive Smartboard.

Outside there are two large hard surface playing areas and a good sized grassed area. The playgrounds have some activity trails, seating, shaded and exciting permanent play markings.

TSchool grass areahe school is a secure environment, with a perimeter security fence, door entry systems and a Superintendent who lives on site.

Above all else Whingate is a happy and successful school for children and adults.


Our aim at Whingate is that your child should be happy and successful. We achieve this through:

  • Providing caring relationships
  • Providing a secure atmosphere with clear expectations
  • Matching work to the needs and abilities of each child
  • Setting high standards

We want to encourage children to respect all others and to develop self control of their behaviour and a sense of responsibility. We want children to develop good working attitudes.

At Whingate we aim to provide a high quality education for all.

Our Prospectus tells you everything you need to know about the school, as a prospective parent. It also acts as a Handbook, where you can check up on how any aspect of the school works.

This is what it tells you:

Our Aims What our school is about
Organisation of the school: The Management, the Governors A guide to who’s who
Admission Arrangements How children get a place
Parents as Partners, Telephoning the School, Contact Details How you can keep in touch
The School Day Times of the day
School Dress What we ask children to wear
Jewellery Safe policy for wearing jewellery
Care of Children How we look after your child
A Safe School How we all keep safe
Insurance cover for children What you need to do about insurance
Medicines Our policy
Photographs and Videos of Children Our policy
Child Health Service Our links to other agencies
Anti-racist Policy Our policy
School meals organisation, dinners, payment, packed lunches Everything you need to know about school food
Attendance Information about your child’s attendance
Concerns and Complaints What to do if you need to complain
Educational Visits and the Charging Policy Our policy
Helping your Child at Home How you can help
The Curriculum What your child learns
Sex Education Our policy
Special Educational Needs Our policy for supporting children
Support for Good Behaviour Our policy
Fundraising How we raise extra funds
After-school Activities What you child might take part in
The Gateway Our unique resource which supports children in Whingate

Our prospectus is freely available on request but a copy can be downloaded for reading and printing by clicking on the image below.

Link to school prospectus - pdf format

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