CARRDYKE FEDERATION

Welcome to Walcott Primary School

Latest News

Walcott Gardening Club has been awarded the RHS five star award for its allotment and cottage gardens. Well done to all those involved in the club

 

 

 

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For real time updates on events and information please join our Facebook group. Search 'Carrdyke Federation' and request to join. This is a closed group for parents, close relatives and invited professionals. 

 

 

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For diary dates and real time news notifications please download the Ourschoolapp from the app store for free. Use the school postcode LN43SX to access information for Walcott.

 

 

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 Safeguarding Links:

 

 

NSPCC

 

Child Line

 

CEOPS

 

Thinkuknow

 

 

The named safeguarding leads for Walcott are: Mr Sewell and Mrs Miller. If you have any safeguarding concerns regarding children make these staff members aware.

Safeguarding and Esafey governor: Rev Steve Holt

Local Authority Designated Officers for safeguarding concerns: 


Rachael Powis and Jemma Parkinson 01522 554674                             

 

 

If you have a safeguarding concern that relates to events out of school consider calling the police or Lincoln safeguarding children customer service centre 01522 782111. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Two schools, one family,

 

 

 

Learning, Inspiring, Achieving

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Walcott is a rural primary school in the heart of Lincolnshire. Though only a small school, staff and governors aim to provide an excellent education for the pupils. 

 

We pride ourselves on our positive attitude and work hard to overcome any barriers we may face, this is summed up in our mission statement 'working together success for all'. Walcott is part of the Carrdyke Federation along with Mrs Mary King's Church of England Primary School in the nearby village of Martin. Staff from both schools work together closely and share a leadership team and governing body. The two schools were the first in Linclonshire to try a collaborative approach back in 2004 and have been a formal federation since 2013. 

 

Though not a church school we embrace a 'values education' philosophy which places high expectations on personal responsibility.  The school is very inclusive and has built up an excellent reputation for working closely with outside agencies to ensure all children fulfill their potential.

 

We believe that children learn best when they are engaged in work that interests them, and we want our children to be eager to know more.  Because of this, we increasingly plan much of our work through topics which we know will interest the children.  We use film and other visual media to make lessons interesting.

 

In order to do all of these things we know our pupils need a quality environment in which to work, in recent years the school has systematically improved teaching spaces and staff areas to make it the colourful and vibrant workspace it is today.

 

 

 

 

A. Sewell (Headteacher)