Advertisement FeatureST Wulstan's Catholic performing schools in the In the report's words: "StWulstan's is a happy schoolPrimary School in Stourport local areahas always prided itself on In thesupportingchallenging all childrenThe school is delighted to at the end of the Early Yearssay that following the recent Foundation Stage, KSI andvisit from Ofsted, the hard KS2. Pupils make goodwork of the children and progress over the Receptionstaff has resulted in a 'Goodjudgement being given. children's success in the "core areas of reading,which places great emphasiswriting and mathematics,pupils achieve good outcomeson promoting the emotionalwell-being of pupils. Pupilssafety, welfare and well-beingare of paramount importanceand the relationships betweenthe school and parents areyear with KSI building on strong and are based on trust,Parents said their childrenThe report itself highlights early years. Pupils scores in love coming to school andfeel well cared for and aremany key strengths of the the Year 6 national tests thisschool including this year's year were above the national highly complimentary aboutthe quality of educationthat their children receiveKS2 results, which place St average in all three coreWulstan's in the top three areas.saying that the school is wellled·There is overwhelmingexplore, investigate and learn success with the launch ofan exciting new curriculum,care, sensitivity and support Principal Kim Sage said: which wl provide thepraise for the high degree ofided for pupils whoexperience difficulties.The inspector said what children with broad and richrecally stood out is the strong opportunities to apply a rangeTeachers and eachingassistants are committed toof care, stof skills in an innovativerespect at the heart of progressive and creative waythe culture of our schoo. If you would like to find outanddoing the best for their pupils.Iwould like to thank all parentstasks presented skilfully, and carers who support our Primary School, you aremoreaboutStWulstan'ssupporting pupils who need work because without that wextra help. or moving pupilson quickly if they have would not flourish as they do."children the school to arrange a visitor attend the Open Morningourgrasped the idea. Stimuating This year, St Wulstan's won November l betweenactivities help children continue to build uponthis 9.30am and 1.30amST WULSTAN'SCATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOLOfstedpen Day Saturday 11th November9.30 11.30amCome and look around our lovely schoolThis is a Good school OFSTED September 2017At St Wulstan's we passionately believe that every child is unique and has limitless potentialOur goal is to nurture our pupils, to challenge them to be the best they can be...This is a happy school. Children love coming to school and feel well cared forChildren are taught well and make good progress' OFSTED September 2017Applications for Reception Class 2018 now open for both Catholic and non Catholic children.Limited places available in other year groups01299 877808 I stwulstansprimary.org I Stagborough Way, Stourport-on-Severn. DY13 8TX

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Advertisement Feature ST Wulstan's Catholic performing schools in the In the report's words: "St Wulstan's is a happy school Primary School in Stourport local area has always prided itself on In the supporting challenging all children The school is delighted to at the end of the Early Years say that following the recent Foundation Stage, KSI and visit from Ofsted, the hard KS2. Pupils make good work of the children and progress over the Reception staff has resulted in a 'Good judgement being given. children's success in the " core areas of reading, which places great emphasis writing and mathematics, pupils achieve good outcomes on promoting the emotional well-being of pupils. Pupils safety, welfare and well-being are of paramount importance and the relationships between the school and parents are year with KSI building on strong and are based on trust, Parents said their children The report itself highlights early years. Pupils scores in love coming to school and feel well cared for and are many key strengths of the the Year 6 national tests this school including this year's year were above the national highly complimentary about the quality of education that their children receive KS2 results, which place St average in all three core Wulstan's in the top three areas. saying that the school is well led·There is overwhelming explore, investigate and learn success with the launch of an exciting new curriculum, care, sensitivity and support Principal Kim Sage said: which wl provide the praise for the high degree of ided for pupils who experience difficulties. The inspector said what children with broad and rich recally stood out is the strong opportunities to apply a range Teachers and eaching assistants are committed to of care, stof skills in an innovative respect at the heart of progressive and creative way the culture of our schoo. If you would like to find out and doing the best for their pupils. Iwould like to thank all parents tasks presented skilfully, and carers who support our Primary School, you are more about St Wulstan's supporting pupils who need work because without that w extra help. or moving pupils on quickly if they have would not flourish as they do." children the school to arrange a visit or attend the Open Morning our grasped the idea. Stimuating This year, St Wulstan's won November l between activities help children continue to build uponthis 9.30am and 1.30am ST WULSTAN'S CATHOLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL Ofsted pen Day Saturday 11th November 9.30 11.30am Come and look around our lovely school This is a Good school OFSTED September 2017 At St Wulstan's we passionately believe that every child is unique and has limitless potential Our goal is to nurture our pupils, to challenge them to be the best they can be... This is a happy school. Children love coming to school and feel well cared for Children are taught well and make good progress' OFSTED September 2017 Applications for Reception Class 2018 now open for both Catholic and non Catholic children. Limited places available in other year groups 01299 877808 I stwulstansprimary.org I Stagborough Way, Stourport-on-Severn. DY13 8TX

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