We are a small, single-form entry school where everyone feels they are part of a family. Every individual child is special to us and we build strong, trusting relationships to promote positive attitudes and behaviours towards life and learning.

We are committed to providing a broad and balanced curriculum and giving our pupils the necessary skills for secondary school and their futures.

Please contact us if you would like to find out more or visit.

Adam Smith, Head Teacher


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Futura Learning Partnership

Futura Learning Partnership logoWansdyke Primary School is a Futura Learning Partnership School.

We are a partnership of schools in the West of England region committed to offering a high-quality educational experience to all children and young people in our care.

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The office

At the heart of every good school is an efficient well run office and Wansdyke Primary School is no exception. We are extremely proud of our office staff who work so tirelessly behind the scenes to make things run smoothly.

In our office section we have lots of information that we hope you will find useful. If you need anything else please feel free to get in contact t: 0117 903 0218 or email: office@wansdykeschool.org.uk.



Head Teacher: Mr Adam Smith

Deputy Head and SENCO: Miss Emily Harris

Year R Class Teacher: Mrs Rhianon Gregory-Hemmings

Year 1 Class Teacher: Mr Ashley Webster

Year 2 Class Teacher: Mrs Carys Greenwood

Year 3 Class Teacher: Mrs Lucy Thomerson/Mrs Sarah Harris

Year 4 Class Teacher: Miss Lynsey Johns/Mrs Anna Wall

Year 5 Class Teacher: Mrs Eleanor Rhodes

Year 6 Class Teacher and Phase 2 Leader: Mrs Marie Tilling



The Government published the national curriculum (Pdf, 1.2mb) in 2014 which as a school we follow.

It includes resources such as word lists and spelling lists etc. for different year groups in English, and gradually classes will be moving towards embedding these requirements and putting them into practice.

Mathematics also contains much information about what is required to be taught, and information about how children will be assessed on their knowledge will take place at the end of each Key Stage. Information on this has yet to be finalised through government guidelines.

Your class teacher will provide you with information regarding any new requirements when it becomes effective, as different year groups will adopt the new curriculum at different times, as per the government guidelines.

All schools are required to publish their own distinctive school curriculum, incorporating the national curriculum which we are currently developing at Wansdyke Primary. This will give a year group by year group overview of how we plan to deliver this in our school.