Headteacher's welcome message
We wish you a very warm welcome to the North Wingfield Primary and Nursery Academy website and hope that by using the site you will get a picture of our Vision, Aims and of the Values we uphold.
We academised on 1st March 2020 with the Redhill Academy Trust. Due to the changing climate and government agenda's, we decided that we (Governors, staff, children and parents) would like to make our own academy choice and wanted to work with a trust that would allow us to maintain our own identity.
All schools have their own unique identity and we believe that at North Wingfield Primary and Nursery Academy we have created a friendly, caring and supportive environment that encourages all our pupils to fully learn and develop. Our key mission is that every child achieves their full potential and no child gets left behind.
Our strong and committed Governing body fully supports the school in providing the best possible educational opportunities for all.
We are fortunate that we are based on an extensive site with large, flexible classrooms, a huge sports field and four play areas. Our skilled and talented staff use their expertise and experience to extend the opportunities of our pupils both in the classroom and in a range of extra-curricular clubs, educational visits and activities.
We have strong links with a variety of external providers. All of these partnerships help us to provide an extended and rich educational experience for our pupils.
Please enjoy finding out about our school on our website. If you would like further information, please contact us directly through the school office or by using the contact page, we are always delighted to help.
With best wishes,
Mrs. R. Peacock
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Latest Corona Virus Advice
Below is the link to the Derbyshire website which has the latest advice and guidance on the front page of your school’s website:
Contact information for Public Health England for the East Midlands:
PHE East Midlands response centre
Open from 8am to 8pm.
DfE Coronavirus Advice for Parents/Guardians
The following advice for parents / guardians has been received from the Department for Education:-
You should not be unduly worried about the possibility of your child catching the Coronavirus. There is no reason why your children should not continue to attend their early years, school or further education setting as normal. The overall risk to the UK remains moderate, however, we understand that people may be concerned where there are children, students or staff returning from or visiting areas of specific concern and advise you, if necessary, to seek further information from the following government sources.
Our Latest Ofsted Report
Our Vision and Aims
In order to safeguard our children, our school gates are locked between 3:20pm and 3:40pm. Only authorised visitors can use the car park. Thank you for your support and understanding.