This is a GOOD school -“The school is firmly committed to providing equality of opportunity for all pupils, and extra support where required. This is clearly shown by the work of the nurture provision where work, which complements the work done in lessons, is expertly targeted to meet individual needs and delivered by skilled adults. This reflects the inclusive nature of this school and the positive attitude, ‘that all can do well.’”
On behalf of the staff, pupils, parents and governors of Whitnash Primary School, I would like to warmly welcome you to our school website.
The purpose of our website is to give visitors an insight into the work of our school, celebrate our children’s achievements and provide you with useful information about our school.
I feel immensely proud to have been appointed from January 2016 to the position of Headteacher of Whitnash Primary School. I am very excited about the prospect of developing and growing a school which is absolutely committed to enriching the lives and education of all its pupils. (Please click here for more)
Mrs Donna Ellison
Welcome to our website ... We are a GOOD school
Please complete this e-Safety Survey to help us improve our support for Warwickshire parents. It should only take a few minutes to fill in.
Each month the school focuses on a specific value, sharing this with children, parents and governors. Children are rewarded for
The latest issue of Digital Parenting is available to view and download now. It is totally free - just follow the link. It is full of useful advice on how to protect children (and the whole family) when online and using social media.
Signing up sheets now available by the school office.
Pupils break up for half term on Thursday 16th February 2017
Friday 17th is an INSET Day
‘Be the change: Unite for a better Internet
Coordinated in the UK by the UK Safer Internet Centre, the celebration sees hundreds of organisations get involved to help promote the safe, responsible and positive use of digital technology for children and young people.
The UK Safer Internet Centre - a partnership of three leading charities; Childnet, the South West Grid for Learning and the Internet Watch Foundation - provide resources for children, schools and families, and tools for getting involved at