Head's HelloDear Parents /Carers,
On behalf of the children, staff and Governors, I would like to welcome you to Wallop Primary School. Our website aims to give an insight into life within our school.
Wallop is a "community school"; this means that we are funded via you the tax payer and we operate through liaison with our school community and Hampshire County Council.
Wallop School admits children from the age of 4 to 11 years, from the local vicinity. To find out more read our admissions policy.
Our school is located on School Lane in the picturesque village of Nether Wallop (see map in Contact us)
At Wallop School we recognise that parents and carers are the child’s first teacher and therefore we encourage you to participate fully in your child’s education. Close working relationships between parents, teachers and children ensure the best possible opportunities for achievement, progress and success.
Our vision is to promote quality and flexibility, independence and confidence in all areas of the curriculum. We want children to be scientists and writers, mathematicians and artists, problem-solvers and investigators, communicators and, above all, individuals who have the opportunity to excel.
We have recently had some great news from OFSTED in that they have recognised that Wallop School continues to provide good education to all our pupils. As such we received a letter from Sir Michael Wilshire, Her Majesty's Chief Inspector. We are proud of this achievement and now strieve to continue our journey.
Friday 15th March
Red Nose Day
Tuesday 19th March
Netball tournament at Test Valley School
Friday 22nd March
FoWS Quiz Night
Friday 22nd – Wednesday 27th March
Monday 25th March/ Tuesday 26th March
Wednesday 27th March
Thursday 28th March
Year 6 Visit to Paulton’s Park
Thursday 28th March
Break for Easter
More dates for the year available shortly
Following on from the Olympics 2012, on March 1st, Great Britain judo athlete Lee Shinkin came to visit Wallop School and encourage pupils to take part in sport through running a sponsored fitness challenge.
This event was hosted by Sport4All which aims to raise money for both schools, to invest in P.E., and to sponsor athletes who do not have lottery funding.
The pupils and staff had a wonderful time taking part in the event. Then Lee spoke to the whole school about his training, the types of healthy foods he has to eat and then demonstrated some of his moves.NEW! For more about what is going on at Wallop School why not check out the School and class blogs?
Please contact the school if you would like to receive copies of letters and newsletters via email and urgent messages via text.Please look on the 'School Newsletters' page for further information.On the "letters" page there are copies of letters of this term.
Clubs - Please advise the school if you know your child is NOT attending a scheduled club session to avoid transport confusion - Thank you
In the event of bad weather, please listen to local radio stations, and check the Hampshire website for closure details.(www.hants.gov.uk and search for school closures). Where possible we will post information on this web-site, but note that the updating process is not always immediate due to timing windows (our website is hosted by HCC not the school directly).
New for Key stage 2