Welcome to Warmingham C of E Primary School
Welcome to Warmingham C.E. Primary's website. I hope it gives you a real sense of our small but thriving school, its values and aspirations for the children, who are at the heart of everything we do.
I am very proud to be the headteacher of this traditional village Church of England school set in the beautiful countryside between Crewe, Sandbach and Middlewich. The school itself dates back to 1839 and has grown and developed over the years to accommodate approximately 70 pupils. It was originally built to meet the needs of the local Parish of St Leonards and continues to do this in conjunction with other local areas. There is a strong Christian ethos and solid links exist between the school, Church and the community.
We have a wonderful family atmosphere here where everyone plays a part in ensuring the children have a successful start to their learning journey. The staff, governors and parents work together to provide a very happy, caring and nurturing environment. We want to give the children an education they will remember; one which develops the whole child and makes the children proud to be a pupil at this school.
We will do our utmost to motivate and support the children; our philosophy is rooted in the knowledge that children need to be safe and happy in order to achieve their very best. In 2014 the school was inspected by Ofsted and by SIAMS in 2015. The outcome of both inspections were extremely positive, drawing attention to the high quality provision and outcomes for the children.
"The behaviour of pupils is outstanding. It contributes well to their highly successful learning."
"Relationships in school between pupils and staff are excellent. Pupils do well because the school takes very good care of them as individuals"
"Children flourish in their Reception Year."
"Pupils enjoy their lessons and talk about the interesting and exciting activities they undertake."
"Pupils' enjoyment and love of reading is evident across the school."
"Pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is promoted very well in lesons and permeates all aspects of school life."
Ofsted 2014 (Good with Outstanding features)
"Pupils, staff, governors and parents refer repeatedly to the school as a Christian family where ‘we take care of each other."
"Parents describe Warmingham as ‘a big family’ and a focal point for the community."
SIAMs 2015 (Outstanding)
If you would like to know more about our school please do get in touch, we would be delighted to show you around.
"Let your light shine" Matthew 5:16