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Head Teacher: Mrs C Spinks
Greville Drive, Wharton, Cheshire. CW7 3EP Tel: 01606 288110
Mrs C Spinks - Head Teacher
friendly atmosphere of mutual respect and trust, where all are valued, challenged, supported, nurtured and their individual needs, talents and abilities recognised.

Children are at the heart of all we believe in education. We have high expectations of all pupils and ensure that each child reaches his/her maximum potential. Wharton Church of England Primary School gives all its pupils the chance to be well taught, well mannered and well behaved.
"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."

The Governing Body restate their commitment to all through education for all pupils but due to recent significant changes in School Leadership, Governance and forthcoming uncertainty in the political landscape, we wish to continue to work with Start Well Learning as the nursery provider.
Therefore the proposal to lower the age range in 2018 will not take place at this time.
We hope the school’s relationship with Start Well Learning will continue to thrive for the benefit of our children and families.
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 recently 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.

The school has a warm, friendly atmosphere, where Christian values underpin all aspects of school life. Children at Wharton Church of England Primary School, thrive in a warm and
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05 Sep School Opens
14 Jul 2017 Letter - Leavers Church Service
12 Jul 2017 Assembly Times Friday 21st July ...
10 Jul 2017 Year2,3,4&5 Trip to Winsford Aca...
04 Jul 2017 Year 6 Ten Pin Bowling Trip Thur...
03 Jul 2017 Summer Fayre 13th July 2017
29 Jun 2017 Letter -KS2 The Lion King Conce...
27 Jun 2017 Letter - Music Concert Yr5 July 2...
27 Jun 2017 Letter YR3 Weaver Vale Trip (W...
21 Jun 2017 Letter - Leavers Lunch Thursday...
14 Jun 2017 April - May ( Newsletter 2017)
07 Jun 2017 Letter - New Catering Arrangem...
17 May 2017 Attendance letter May 2017
17 May 2017 Forest School Year 6 After Scho...
17 May 2017 Assembly Times Friday 26th M...
10 May 2017 Reception - Delamere Forest Ju...
05 May 2017 Year 2 Letter - Damson Lower ...
05 May 2017 Year 2 Letter - Cherry Lower M...
05 May 2017 Sports Day Letter 2017
02 May 2017 Mrs Spinks New Role
21 Apr 2017 Age Range Consultaton
18 Apr 2017 Themed Lunch Summer Barbecu...
31 Mar 2017 Free School Meals Application L...
22 Mar 2017 Assembly Times Friday 31st Mar...
22 Mar 2017 Epilepsy Awareness Day Monda...
15 Mar 2017 Easter Bingo 2017
13 Mar 2017 Red Nose Day March 2017
06 Mar 2017 Letter - Easter Special Menu Tu...
04 Mar 2017 Nursery Update 3 March 2017
03 Mar 2017 Year 6 Life Skills Letter March 17
01 Mar 2017 Yr3 - Letter Weaverhall Museum...
01 Mar 2017 Letter - Change to Menu Feb 2017
01 Mar 2017 Out of Uniform Easter Prizes Ma...
27 Feb 2017 Year 5 Visits to Winsford Academy
27 Feb 2017 Library Open Times March 17
13 Feb 2017 Culmington Manor Residential
13 Feb 2017 Culmington Manor Residential Visit
08 Feb 2017 Letter - Parents Evening MARCH...
08 Feb 2017 Assembly Times Friday 17 Febru...
01 Feb 2017 Valentine Lunch Menu
13 Jan 2017 Letter Winter Warmers Themed ...
12 Jan 2017 Educational Life Bus Visit Jan 17
11 Jan 2017 Library Open Times Jan 17
21 Dec 2016 Letter - Year 4 Swimming Lesso...
19 Dec 2016 Wednesday 21st December (Chr...
19 Dec 2016 Changes to Lunch Menu 21/12 ...
12 Dec 2016 Celebration Assembly December...
09 Dec 2016 Barrier Dec 2016
07 Dec 2016 After School Club Year 2 Multi-S...
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07 Dec 2016 Out of Uniform Christmas Party ...
07 Dec 2016 After School Clubs Spring Term 17
29 Nov 2016 Christmas Lunch Monday 19th ...
23 Nov 2016 Reception Christmas Performan...
23 Nov 2016 Year 1 & 2 'The Not Now Nativit...
22 Nov 2016 Year 5 & 6 Christmas Carol Con...
22 Nov 2016 Year 3 & 4 Magical Christmas Ji...
21 Nov 2016 Year 5 WEP Christmas Commun...
18 Nov 2016 Barrier Installation
15 Nov 2016 Out of Uniform Day Friday 25th ...
09 Nov 2016 Themed Lunch Friday 18.11.16 ...
09 Nov 2016 Out of Uniform Day Pudsey Nov...
09 Nov 2016 Library Opening Times Novemb...
07 Nov 2016 Letter - Year 6 St John Ambulan...
19 Oct 2016 Assembly Times Friday 28th Oct...
05 Oct 2016 Letter - Individual and family Ph...
05 Oct 2016 Letter - Parents Evening Oct 2016
05 Oct 2016 Letter - T-Towels KS1 KS2 0410...
03 Oct 2016 Letter - Parents of Yr6 Dangerpo...
03 Oct 2016 Yr 5 Barclays Money Skills Day 2...
27 Sep 2016 Letter - Yr 5&6 Dance Club Sept...
21 Sep 2016 YR5 CHESTER CATHEDRAL 12 O...
20 Sep 2016 Harvest Festival Letter Sept 2016
19 Sep 2016 Year 6 Massi Warrior Workshop ...
19 Sep 2016 Year4 after school Football Club
16 Sep 2016 After School Club Choices Sept ...
16 Sep 2016 Letter - Year 2 Walking to Churc...
16 Sep 2016 Letter - Choir to go to church op...
14 Sep 2016 Library Opening Times Sept 16
08 Sep 2016 American Themed Lunch 6.10.16
12 Jul 2016 Assembly Times July 16
05 Jul 2016 Year 6 trip to Bowling 2016
05 Jul 2016 Letter Weaver Vale Trip (Walking...
06 May 2016 Yr6 SATs reminders
03 May 2016 KS2 Timetable for SATs
03 May 2016 KS2 SATs Breakfast Club Letter
03 May 2016 Parent/Governor Nomination Le...
03 May 2016 Year 5&6 Growing Up - Letter
31 Mar 2016 Letter - E-Safety 30032016
11 Mar 2016 Easter Garden Letter March 2016
07 Mar 2016 Chnages to Lunch Menu
04 Mar 2016 Letter - Parents of Yr6 Winsford...
22 Feb 2016 Year 3 - visit to Weaverhall Nort...
22 Feb 2016 Year 4 - Chester Roman Experie...
28 Jan 2016 Safeguarding Pupils
27 Jan 2016 Free School Meals Letter
27 Jan 2016 Application form for Free School ...
18 Jan 2016 Letter - Spring Term 2016 Chan...
13 Jan 2016 Severe Weather 2015
07 Jan 2016 Library Opening Times
07 Jan 2016 Letter - Invite to meeting and de...
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
Mrs Killalee completes the Chester Half Marathon
On Sunday 21st May I completed my first ever Chester Half marathon in a time of 2 hours 18 minutes!!!! Pictured with me is my son who did the 1 mile fun run.
I am overwhelmed with everyone who has donated as I have, so far, managed to raised over £900. If you'd like to donate please see my link on the Year 6 page.
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Last updated: 23 May 09:46 by Mrs Killalee
Baking with Roberts Bakery
Year five have been very lucky this week and we got to bake our own bread. Roberts Bakery came in and helped us all to bake a loaf of bread each. They then told us all about the history of Roberts Bakery.
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Last updated: 18 May 11:43 by Mrs Davies
Thank You!
The London Marathon is over for another year and so is my fundraising. I completed the race in a time of 4 hours and 40 minutes, which I was satisfied with. The total amount raised for the Neuromuscular Centre in Winsford is £1683.50. I want to say a huge thank you to everyone who sponsored and supported me over the last few months in the lead up to the race. I won't say "never again" but I think I'll take a break from it next year!
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Last updated: 08 May 20:23 by Mr Sear
Mr Sear completes the London Marathon
Mr Sear has today completed the London Marathon in a fantastic time of 4:40. We are all immensely proud of him in doing this and the money he has raised.
Well done Mr Sear!!!!
Last updated: 23 Apr 16:58 by Mrs Killalee
London Marathon 2017
Final Plea! If you would still like to sponsor me on Sunday for the London Marathon I would really appreciate your support. Combining the money raised on my JustGiving page and money raised in school I have reached £1300. So I am just short of my £1500 target. Below is a link to my JustGiving page where you can make a donation, if you would like to.

Thank you so much to all the donations I have had so far. I have been completely overwhelmed by the generosity of you all. If you would like to track me via the London Marathon website my running number is 44974.

Mr Sear
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Last updated: 21 Apr 12:37 by Mr Sear
GA conference - Guildford
Super proud. Today I have picked up our Bronze Primary Geography Quality Mark!

Well done staff and children for your hard work!
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Last updated: 20 Apr 21:32 by Mrs Davies
Google Expeditions
We have been very lucky today to be visited by a lady from Google Expeditions. Jaz started the morning teaching staff and then staff have had a fantastic, fun day teaching the children how to explore the world using google cardboard devices.
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Last updated: 18 Apr 12:36 by Mrs Davies
Easter Eggstravaganza!
Well done to all the pupils who entered our 'decorate an Easter egg' competition - the entries were all outstanding. Congratulations to all the winners from across school.
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Last updated: 31 Mar 16:03 by Mrs Wilson
Catch those bunnies!!!
Well what a lot of fun we have had this morning at Wharton chasing after the Easter Bunny. Thank you so much to everyone who took part...there was some superb running from you all. I personally know the bunnies are very tired now and have gone for a rest in their burrows! Here are a few pictures from today's events. Thanks again. Mr Sear and Rev Tim Hanson.
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Last updated: 28 Mar 12:43 by Mr Sear
John Jones Presentation
Since September these six children have worked hard on an idea for school improvement. The children have researched higher order thinking skills and led a research project to see if children and staff are aware of them and encouraging their use in the classroom. Mr John Jones, who has taught them the research skills, was very impressed by their hard-work and effort.
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Last updated: 27 Mar 07:52 by Mrs Davies
A fantastic presentation !!
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Last updated: 23 Mar 09:57 by Mrs Davies
A great Easter Bingo Night!
Huge thanks to everyone who came to Bingo - we appreciate your support in sending donations and coming to play. Every penny we raise goes to events and resources for the children. We raised an amazing £680!
Special thanks to Gill Clark - our excellent bingo caller!
Last updated: 22 Mar 10:33 by Mrs Connor
Chick news
We are delighted to say that nine lovely chicks hatched.
The children are looking carefully everyday to see how they have grown and developed. They will stay with us until Friday when they will return to a life on the farm at Holmes Chapel.
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Last updated: 20 Mar 19:50 by Mrs Connor
Chick update.
So far we have eight fluffy, beautiful chicks....
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Last updated: 16 Mar 13:24 by Mrs Connor
The children in Reception were so egg-cited to see that four eggs have hatched overnight and there are cracks in lots more eggs too!
Keep watching our blog for updates.
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Last updated: 15 Mar 09:58 by Mrs Connor
Skype video to the Arctic
Today Year 5 were very fortunate to hold a skype video call with a scientist working in The Arctic. Bianca Perren is a paleocologist researching the effects of climate change. She answered the children's questions which ranged from - What kind of food do you eat? to how can you see climate change? It was a great experience for all involved. Special thanks to Mr Fitz-gibbons who arranged a camera and skype access and Chris the technician who checked everything was ok on the day.
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Last updated: 13 Mar 20:28 by Mrs Davies
EYFS wedding!
Congratulations to Jack and Angel - our fabulous bride and groom!
We are so happy that so many adults were able to accompany us to Christ Church Wharton today for our wedding. We had cake, confetti throwing and dancing on our return to school.
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Last updated: 28 Feb 17:31 by Mrs Connor
500 words
This fantastic writing competition closes on Thursday 23rd February at 7pm.Explore the BBC website for ideas and get writing!!!

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Last updated: 22 Feb 10:24 by Mrs Davies
Young Voices Concert Photos
Our choir had a fantastic time at the Young Voices Concert. I was really pleased with their behaviour both during the rehearsal and the concert. Here are a few photos from our time there.
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Last updated: 17 Feb 12:14 by Mrs Killalee
500 words - BBC Live Lesson
This morning Elm enjoyed a fabulous live lesson with authors Malorie Blackman and Frank Cottrell Boyce. We were very excited to hear from Frank Cottrell Boyce as we are reading one of his books as a class reader. The class were very excited when our school was mentioned at the beginning.
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Last updated: 16 Jan 12:32 by Mrs Davies
Happy Christmas!
All the staff at Wharton C E wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and send our best wishes for the New Year!
Last updated: 22 Dec 16:14 by Mrs Connor
Big Writing Challenge
Well done to all the winners of our 'Big Writing Challenge'! Thank you to all those children who entered; we had many fantastic stories!
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Last updated: 22 Dec 14:30 by Mr Hermansen
Mystery School
Year 5 have set up a link with a mystery school. Elm were very excited when a parcel arrived with objects to decipher !
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Last updated: 15 Dec 17:29 by Mrs Davies
Paralympian, Pete Mitchell Vists Wharton.
Today British Paralympic cyclist, Pete Mitchell came to visit some of the children in Wharton C of E Primary. Pete took part in this years Paralympic Games in Rio and won a silver medal in his event. Both children and staff thoroughly enjoyed meeting Pete and getting the opportunity to see an Olympic medal up close. Many thanks to Pete for taking the time to come and visit us and share his remarkable story.
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Last updated: 29 Nov 15:27 by Mr Sear
Miss Bateman joins Plum class
We are pleased to welcome Miss Bateman to teach Plum class alongside Mrs Connor. Plum's Parents are welcome to come and meet Miss Bateman on Monday at the end of the day.
Last updated: 16 Nov 22:23 by Mrs Connor
U is for umbrella.
Children in EYFS have fun with phonics - bring on the rain!
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Last updated: 16 Nov 22:20 by Mrs Connor
Great British Athletes Visit Wharton!
This week we were fortunate enough to have two Great British athletes visit our school and teach a P.E. lesson to every class. On Monday we had Sarah Davies, a weightlifter who has competed at the Commonwealth Games and hopes to represent team GB in Tokyo, in 2020. Then on Wednesday we have had Abigail Irozuru, a track and field athlete who specialises in the long jump. The children thoroughly enjoyed meeting them both and taking part in their P.E. sessions.
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Last updated: 26 Oct 17:34 by Mr Sear
Celebration Assembly this Friday.
Please note that due to Celebration Assembly this Friday there will be no Forest schools for Peach and Plum.
Last updated: 26 Oct 14:12 by Mrs Connor
Wharton C of E Primary Footballers - CHAMPIONS!
Congratulations to our Year 6 footballers who took part in a tournament at The Winsford Academy. They played 7 matches over two weeks and we finished top of the league. This now means the children have qualified for the regional finals in Crewe, which will take place in January 2017. Please see the 'Sports News' page for all the results. Well done team!
Last updated: 06 Oct 19:11 by Mr Sear
Teens in Reception!
This morning we were thrilled to have our first session in partnership with Winsford Academy. The 'Teenagers', completing their own learning about child development, are visiting us each Thursday morning to play and chat!
Last updated: 06 Oct 14:30 by Mrs Connor
Geography competition
Our Summer geography competition was judged last week and children received certificates and prizes in assembly today. Please pop in to see the display in the entrance hall. Well done to all those children who took part !
EYFS winner was Kaitlin Morris
Year 1 winner was Olivier Balcerzak
Year 2 winner was Jessica Goodwin
Year 3 winner was Darci Cooper
Year 4 winner was Fleur Parsons
Year 5 winner was Olivia Cope
Year 6 winner was Robyn Ridgway
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Last updated: 03 Oct 16:11 by Mrs Davies
Amazing Wharton geographers !
Children and staff have worked hard on improving geography here at Wharton. The feedback from the Primary Geography Quality Mark was very positive and constructive and the GA appreciated our efforts to share our knowledge. One way this happened was by a Year 5 Class writing an article for the GA magazine, sharing their experiences. Last week, we were very fortunate to receive the printed article. WELL DONE TO ALL THOSE INVOLVED !
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Last updated: 23 Sep 11:23 by Mrs Davies
The Circus Has Come To Town (well, school anyway)
Look what appeared on our sports field this morning.
All the children will have a chance to try some circus skills.
We will add more pictures during the day.
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Last updated: 19 Jul 09:18 by Mr Fitz-Gibbons
Guinea Pigs
Our lovely guinea pigs need a home for the Summer. Please call the office or drop a note into your child's teacher if you can look after them.

Thank you

They have been holidaying at Mrs Davies's house and Fluff and Puff(the cats) have really enjoyed playing with them !
Last updated: 12 Jul 21:05 by Mrs Davies
Year Five Music concert.
Super to see so many smiling faces at the concert this afternoon. Again year five did us proud! It was great to see all the hard work pay off. Well done year five!
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Last updated: 12 Jul 15:35 by Mrs Davies
Year 5 Bug Club
We have heard amazing reviews about this group of Year 5 children. It sounds like they have had an amazing time doing lots of science, geography and art activities. The fabulous sculptures that were made with the visiting artist are currently adorning the Year 5 corridor.

Super work guys!
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Last updated: 12 Jul 12:59 by Mrs Davies
Year 5 residential
Our Year 5s have made us proud again! Not only did they demonstrate sensible behaviour on the trip but they have returned with the same attitude!

Whilst writing our thank you letters to The Culmington Manor staff, children have reflected on how the trip has affected their lives. Many children said they had gained in confidence and some even tried new foods at home, as a result of the ones they ate on the trip!

You are a credit to yourselves and families Year 5! Well done!
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Last updated: 12 Jul 12:48 by Mrs Davies
The Battle of the Somme, Commemorative Service
Today, we were very fortunate to be invited along to attend this important service. Three children were chosen from Year 5 to read the list of the fallen. They took this responsibility very seriously and were proud to share the list with the many people involved and the public who stopped to join in.
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Last updated: 01 Jul 12:18 by Mrs Davies
Year 3 and 4 Fencing Club!
Our Fencing Club for our Year 3 and 4 children is now well under way. The children are having a wonderful time before school on a Friday morning. Fencing is helping the children to improve their overall fitness, reaction times improve self-confidence and body awareness. Keep up the good work team!
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Last updated: 30 Jun 11:18 by Mr Sear
The Great Bread Bake Off Has Begun !!
Year 5 were delighted to be visited by Keith and Paul from Roberts Bakery today !!! We had a super morning. The children have baked bread under the master baker's watchful eye. They have tasted different types of bread and completed a survey. We also started a competition to see who could design a bread roll 'fit for a Queen' and everyone enjoyed taking home some tasty treats !
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Last updated: 07 Jun 16:42 by Mrs Davies
Race For Life 2016
Fundraising Update!! Having completed our Race For Life on the 25th May, so far we have raised over £4300 for Cancer Research! Amazing!! If you would like to make a donation or have sponsorship money still to hand please can you do so by Friday 10th June. Many thanks. Mr Sear.
Last updated: 06 Jun 16:47 by Mrs Spinks