The Wilfred Owen School

Aiming high together: We believe, achieve, succeed
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  • 05/02/2018
    Phone line issues
     We would like to take this opportunity to apologise for the ongoing issues we are experiencing with the school telephone lines. The system was installed 11 years ago when we opened on the new site and unfortunately it has reached the end of its working life sooner than anticipated. As its replacement will involve a considerable amount of expenditure we are  currently in the process of liaising with several companies who could  possibly provide an ongoing, improved service. In the meantime please bear with us and we will keep you  informed of any developments. If you ring into school and are unable to leave an answerphone message please email us on admin@wilfredowen.shropshire.sch.uk. 

     

  • 16/01/2018
    Empower Trust

    The Governing Body has received notification from DfE that they have approved our application to change the legal category of our school from Local Authority maintained school to that of Academy as part of a new Multi Academy Trust named Empower Trust.

    Information about the changes is under the Key Information tab on our web site.

    A consultation will run from now until 12th February.  See the web site for further details.

  • 13/12/2017
    KS2 Swimming
     During the Spring term 2018 all children in KS2 will be going swimming on Monday afternoons as part of the P.E. curriculum.  Caradoc and Grinshill classes will swim on January 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th and 5th February. If your child is in either of these classes you should have received a letter with further details. Long Mynd and Hawkstone classes will swim on February 12th and 26th and March 5th, 12th and 19th. A letter will follow in due course.

     

    
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Welcome


Welcome from the Headteacher

I would like to extend a warm welcome to The Wilfred Owen School.  

We are a friendly, caring school; where staff, children, parents and governors work co-operatively to enable everyone to achieve their full potential.  We believe that every individual can achieve great things and work hard to develop this self-belief and ambition.  We recognise the importance of the whole family and wider community in the success of our school and make working with these groups a priority.

We have recently achieved the Inclusion Quality Mark as a recognition of our work towards inclusion.  This is a significant part of our values and ethos and we are proud of this achievement.

At The Wilfred Owen School, we value academic achievement, whilst recognising the equal importance of social and emotional development by providing our children with a rich and varied range of opportunities.

We believe that happy, safe and secure children learn best in an environment where they are able to take risks and challenge themselves and others.  We offer a wide range of support and intervention to enable this to happen.

Whilst we aim to include enough information within this website to allow you to make an informed choice, there is no substitute for visiting the school at work to see what we can achieve. 

I look forward to personally welcoming you to The Wilfred Owen School.

Mrs Kerry Lynch

Headteacher

 Our School Aims:

At The Wilfred Owen School we aim to:

* Develop and sustain children’s natural creativity and enthusiasm for learning, their ability to enjoy and accept challenges, set challenges for themselves and develop the resilience to take risks and get things wrong.

* Have high expectations of ourselves and others and recognise, value and celebrate the achievements of all members of the school community by providing opportunities for them to reach their full potential.

* Encourage all children to achieve a high degree of responsibility, self-discipline, self-esteem and self-reliance.

* Foster values and qualities to fully prepare children for the next stages of learning, whilst nurturing spiritual, moral, physical and cultural development.

* Promote a shared understanding of the world and the people around them and the values of the Britain in which we live.

British Values at The Wilfred Owen School