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Key Information (DfE)

Wheatcroft Community Primary School was opened in 1968. 
There are seven classes in total including four Key Stage 2 (Junior) classes, two Key Stage 1 (Infant) classes and a Foundation class.  Class organisation is one class per year group eg Class 1 is Year 1, Class 2 is Year 2 etc.  The main school building has six classrooms, a school library, offices, an IT suite and a large hall which is used for PE, Music, School Assemblies and lunch. One classroom is in one of our two mobile units next to the main building. The other mobile unit is used by staff to run intervention programmes with small groups of children during the day.  The Bungalow adjacent to school is used for our before and after school club Wheaties as well as having a dedicated Speech and Language room and Special Needs office. An extension was built to enable us to open a brand new school library in December 2019 which is also open to families after school. 

The school grounds are extensive and comprise a Key Stage 1 playground, a Key Stage 2 playground and two large playing fields at the back of the school.  The Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 adventure trails were installed in April 2014. New outdoor gym equipment was installed in 2018 thanks to Tesco contributing £2000 towards costs. We also have the Jubilee Garden which was renovated for the school's Golden Jubilee in 2018 and is a peaceful area for pupils to sit and relax. 

We run lots of extra curricular activities before and after school including different sports and music clubs. See our School Clubs page for what's on offer!

In addition, we run a very successful before and after school club called Wheaties run by Wheatcroft staff from 8am -8.45am every morning and from 3.10pm-5.30pm every night in school. 

 

Please contact the School Business Manager (Mrs K Younger) on 01723 375704 if paper copies of any documents/policies are required, these will be provided free of charge.

Data Protection

The Privacy Notice for Wheatcroft School is to be found below, it is also issued to all parents/carers on joining the school. 

 

The school's Data Protection Officer is Veritau.  They are the first point of contact for parents who have any questions or concerns regarding the school's holding and processing of data for parents and pupils.   Contact details are - Email: schoolsdpo@veritau.co.uk Telephone: 01609 532526. 

 

If you have any concerns about data breaches please inform the school office immediately.

Sex and Relationships Policy

Charging & Remissions Policy

Financial Information

 

The school does not have any employees with a gross annual salary of £100,000 or more.

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