Worle Village Primary School
Tel: 01934 512 200
Fax: 01934 512 200
Mrs Susan Elliott
Welcome to Worle Village Primary School
Our school is situated in a lovely position next to the ancient church of St Martins on Worle hillside just outside the seaside town of Weston super Mare.
Set in a thriving and expanding community, it still has the feel of a small village school and we aim to maintain the ethos of 'a village school for the 21st century' as we are now a full Primary.
We are very proud of our school. Our children are happy, keen to learn and well-behaved.
Our School Vision Statement is:
We are a warm, welcoming school and proud to work in partnership with our families and community.
We know how to stay safe, fit, happy and healthy.
We are passionate, independent and resilient life long learners.
We aim high to achieve our full potential and celebrate our successes.
We are spiritually, morally and socially aware. We respect ourselves and others and are striving to become responsible citizens.
We have a highly dedicated and motivated team of staff with a common focus on ensuring the utmost safety and well-being of our children as they develop and learn. Parents take a full part in helping with their children's education and are committed to supporting the school.
Our high academic and personal standards have been confirmed by Ofsted. A recent interim inspection found that our behaviour and safety of the pupils, which they rated as 'Good' during their last full inspection, has been sustained.
Mrs Susan Elliott- Headteacher Mr Pete Watkins- Chair of Governors
Reporting an E-Safety Issue
Ensuring that our children know how to report issues regarding e-safety is very important and as parents/carers you are often their first line of defence. The children in school know how to report issues to all staff and they also know that they should talk to you if ever there is something they are unhappy with. In Eschools there is a 'Report Abuse' button which the children know how to use. We now also have a report button which both children and you, as parents/carers, can use to if you have an e-safety issue that you would like to report to the school anonymously. Simply use the button below: