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Introduction to our Primary School

The Royal Primary School provides an inclusive education from Reception through to Year Six (ages 4-11) progressing through the three developmental milestones laid down in the National Curriculum. These are:

Early Years Foundation Stage (Reception)

Key Stage 1 (Years 1 and 2)

Key Stage 2 (Years 3 to 6)

The Royal Primary School aspires to providing every child with a solid foundation for success reflected through our five core values of Respect, Community, Initiative, Trust and Risk. This is achieved both through the curriculum and the diverse range of cultural, sporting and social extra-curricular activities that the children are encouraged to participate in.

As a leading Primary School, we strive to ensure that our pupils learn together and support one another. Our recent school inspection report highlighted this, stating:

The quality of teaching is excellent.

‘The curriculum is effective in enabling the school to fulfil its aim to develop the potential of every pupil.’

‘Teaching assistants provide excellent support during lessons.’

‘Politeness and good behaviour are exemplary.’

The Royal Wolverhampton Primary School follows and enhances the National Curriculum, in particular laying firm foundations in the core subjects of English, Mathematics, Science and Computing.

Results for Academic Year 2017-2018

DfE Data Publication 2018

Celebration of Well-being and Character Development

Tuesday, 9 to Friday 12 July

The final week of term will be a celebration of well-being through a host of character development activities. The week begins with the senior school sports day on Tuesday, 9 July.

On Wednesday, 10 and Thursday, 11 July, students will take part in a variety of house competitions and activities that will give them an opportunity to enhance a variety of skills such as leadership, teamwork, problem solving, creativeness and resilience through enterprise, drama and STEM activities to name but a few. During these days, students will also be off site taking part in a number of different activities that encompass our school values such as supporting community projects in the surrounding area and taking to the outdoors for some outdoor and adventurous activities. The school year is brought to a close on Friday, 12 July, with our final house competition. Students will need to use all their skills they have been developing throughout the year and during the week for this end of year extravaganza. We can’t tell you too much about the day as it will spoil the surprise!