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Welcome to South Wellfield First School.


On behalf of the staff and governors of South Wellfield First School I would like to welcome you and your family to our school website. We aim to foster a happy and secure environment in which our children can thrive and can achieve high academic standards. South Wellfield is a special place where the staff are dedicated to providing a stimulating, exciting environment, where everyone feels valued and safe, and where our children can flourish and reach their full potential.Through our core values, we provide an environment in which the emotional, physical, academic, social, moral, spiritual and cultural development of each child is developed. We pride ourselves on the outstanding behaviour of our children.


By providing a bespoke, well-structured and engaging curriculum, we aim to foster a love of learning as well as respect and care for each other and the world around us. We are proud to have achieved a number of awards including Healthy School, Artsmark, International School Award and School Games Gold.


Our children are confident, robust, assertive and articulate. We provide an excellent range of extra-curricular activities that we encourage every child to take advantage of such as sewing club, gardening club, a variety of sporting clubs, computing, board games and the ‘Musical Chairs’ orchestra.  We encourage children to take this opportunity, not only learn a new skill, but socialise with others in school.  We value highly the partnership between home and school and encourage all parents to take an active part in the education of their children.


We look forward to welcoming you and your child to our school.

Mr A Richardson-Brown, B.Sc Hons
Head Teacher

Welcome to South Wellfield First School

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The aims of the school are:


  • to enable all pupils to achieve their full potential as developing individuals academically, physically, emotionally and socially;
  • to present pupils with the National Curriculum appropriate to their stage of development;
  • to enable pupils to acquire knowledge, skills and practical abilities with the will to use them;
  • to enhance the curriculum to enable an appreciation of a wide range of human achievements;
  • to encourage the development of personal qualities that enrich pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development;
  • to build on the pupils’ understanding of the need to work and play together as an essential part of life in school;
  • to assist pupils in developing an awareness of their place in the whole community where they need to show respect and are respected;
  • to provide an environment that is caring, safe and stimulating;
  • to foster the partnership between school staff, governors, parents and members of the community for the benefit of the pupils;
  • to encourage and facilitate the professional development of all staff.