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Head Teacher: Mrs E Connor
Greville Drive, Wharton, Cheshire. CW7 3EP Tel: 01606 288110
Mrs E Connor - Acting Headteacher
"Pupils enter school happily, and end the day with a smile on their face, because they feel safe, enjoy their learning and know their views are valued." OFSTED - July 2016
Welcome to Wharton
Church of England Primary School.
SCHOOL GROUNDS GARDENING DAY SAT18th Nov 11:00 - 4:00: We invite all families to drop in any time between the above and stay as long or a little as you are able. Please bring gardening tools to help with the clear-up of the Pond Area . If cancelled due to bad weather we will inform you via this page. Thank you in advance for your help.
We are a large, two form entry, Church of England Primary School, set in extensive grounds, in Winsford, Cheshire. The original school building was built in 1998 for Wharton C.E. Junior School and has been extended and developed to open as a Primary school in September 2010. The building provides purposeful, well equipped classrooms which offer the opportunity for an engaging learning environment, within which children are happy, motivated and challenged.

We work hard to achieve an atmosphere of mutual respect and trust, where all children and adults are valued and nurtured and their individual needs, talents and abilities recognised.

Children are at the heart of all we believe in education and we have high expectations of all pupils. The school has a warm, friendly atmosphere, where Christian values underpin all aspects of school life.

Wharton Church of England Primary School gives all its pupils the chance to develop their skills and talents, through an exciting and varied curriculum and achieve their potential.
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18 Nov Pond Area Tidy Up
21 Nov Flu Vaccination Programme
01 Dec Non Uniform Day
04 Dec Year 5 WEP Concert at The Lifestyle Centre
05 Dec Year 5 WEP Concert at The Lifestyle Centre
07 Dec Christmas Fayre
11 Dec Year 5 and 6 Christmas Performance
12 Dec Reception Nativity
13 Dec Year 1 and 2 Christmas Performance
14 Dec Year 3 and 4 Christmas Carol Concert
Anti Bullying week
School council Delivered a special assembly about this years anti bullying week theme - All different - all the same. The children then all took part in various lessons in class. Year five decorated leaves to be individual to them and wrote some advice to help a person who was experiencing bullying. They then stuck them onto a tree to show that we are all different - all equal. Individual, beautiful leaves all part of the same tree.
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Last updated: 17 Nov 15:54 by Karen Swift
Maths Cubic Challenge Day
I was very lucky to be able to support 4 pupils last Wednesday at a Maths challenge day at The Kings school in Chester.
The children spent the day working out Maths challenges and completed an independent Maths test on the computer. I am proud to say that all the children worked so well as a team and at the end of the day all the points were collated and Wharton came 2nd out of a total of 16 other schools! Well done to you all, you should be very proud of yourselves.
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Last updated: 14 Nov 15:55 by Mrs Brown
Celebration Assemblies
It was lovely to see so many parents and friends come to watch our Celebration assemblies today. A huge 'Well done' to our youngest pupils, Peach and Plum classes on reaching the end of their first half term in school - their Dear Zoo storytelling was excellent!
Hope you all have a relaxing half term and we will see you back on Monday 6th of November.
Last updated: 27 Oct 16:38 by Mrs Connor
Christian values day
Today has been our first Christian Values day of this school year. Our value is 'Thankfulness' and we have produced art work, poetry and prayers to share with other classes throughout the school during our Worship this afternoon.
We will have some pieces on display this Friday at Celebration Assemblies.
Last updated: 23 Oct 16:45 by Mrs Connor
Lunchtime winners
Congratulations to all children following our lunchtime rules. This week's winners are Year 1- fantastic behaviour and manners!
Last updated: 20 Oct 15:54 by Mrs Connor
Lunchtime stars!
Congratulations to all those children on our golden lunchtime stars. The mid day managers are impressed with the example you are setting and will be spotting more stars next week. The winning year group this week was YEAR 2!
Last updated: 13 Oct 16:16 by Mrs Connor
Beetle Drive
Another fantastic evening was had at the Beetle Drive on Thursday evening. Many of you came and spent a fun and competitive evening with us. Lots of prizes won and lots of laughs had! Thank you to everyone who helped support us and took time to join us.
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Last updated: 06 Oct 15:21 by Mrs Brown
Bronze Sports Mark Award
We are all very proud to announce we have achieved the Bronze Sports Mark award for the academic year 2016/2017. This celebrates our commitment to competitive sport and sports provision in school. Next year, we hope to go for the Silver Award. Thank you and well done to all the pupils, staff and parents who have helped us achieve this award.
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Last updated: 05 Oct 16:16 by Mr Sear
Amazing Year 6 tour guides
Huge thanks and a big 'Well done!' to the year 6 pupils who became tour guides during our Open Day. What a credit to your families and our school.
Last updated: 04 Oct 18:47 by Mrs Connor
Harvest Celebrations
Year Four did us proud again this year as we celebrated Harvest at Christ Church. We would like to thank our family and friends for their kindness and generous donations towards the Harvest Celebrations. Donations have already been collected by the food bank, who were touched by the generosity from you all.
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Last updated: 29 Sep 16:29 by Mrs Sullivan
Foodbank donations
The children will all be taking part in some Harvest celebrations during the next week, based around the Christian value of 'Thankfulness'. Already you have started to bring in your donations for our local food bank, so many thanks for your generosity. All donations will be collected on Friday.
Last updated: 22 Sep 20:43 by Mrs Connor
First week back!
We have had a fantastic first week back. All the children have impressed the staff with their hard work and brilliant behaviour - so many gems have already been awarded!
Last updated: 08 Sep 16:08 by Mrs Connor
Wharton Pupils help to solve a crime!
Three pupils from Key Stage 2 took part in a criminal investigation at Kings school in Chester last Friday. On arrival they discovered a crime scene, which highlighted a missing object... Their most expensive silver trophy!
Adam, Joseph and Robin soon began their investigation after discovering the culprit had left behind a footprint along with an inky handkerchief. The staff at Kings school were overjoyed when they uncovered the culprit, Dr Cooke.
A huge well done to our forensic scientists! I'm sure Cheshire Police will be calling on you for some help in the near future!
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Last updated: 03 Jul 17:13 by Mrs Sullivan