The School will work in partnership with you, the parents and carers, to equip all our children with the core skills they will need to become learners for life.

Walgrave Amber now plays its home games at the nearby new village of Mawsley, the facilities at the Walgrave Playing Field being no longer up to standard and the playing surface suffering a drainage collapse. Discussions regarding an upgrade of the changing rooms and renovation of the pitch are ongoing.

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Because Walgrave often calls Pate by the name Cressen,[1] it is probable that he worked with Maester Cressen in the past.

Walgrave is a village and civil parish in the Daventry district of the county of Northamptonshire, England. At the time of the 2001 census, the parish's population was 822 people,[1] increasing to 868 at the 2011 Census.[2]

Pate steals Walgrave's archmaester's key and the bag of silver stags. He gives the key to the Alchemist in exchange for a golden coin, but is poisoned and dies.[1]

Maester Walys was the bastard son of a Hightower girl and an Archmaester of the Citadel.[5] Because of the personal items in Walgrave's strongbox,[1] and the similarity of Walgrave's and Walys's names, some suspect he was the Archmaester who fathered Walys.

We will work to enable all our children to develop the skills needed to reach their potential and aim to foster a love of learning to do so.

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There is a strongbox underneath Walgrave's bed, containing a bag of silver stags, a lock of yellow hair tied up in a ribbon, a painted miniature of a woman who resembles Walgrave (even to her mustache), and a lobstered steel knight's gauntlet that supposedly once belonged to a prince. The box also contains Walgrave's archmaester's key, which can open any door in the Citadel. The strongbox's lock was broken by Walgrave after he lost the key that opened it.[1]

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Walgrave Primary School is in Kettering Road, Walgrave. Details of a series of reports on the school can be found in the relevant section of the Ofsted website.[5] At the time of the inspection in March 2011 the number of pupils enrolled stood at 125.

Our children are encouraged to adopt a positive mindset and use determination and perseverance to overcome challenges – not seeing them as problems – and take pride in all that they achieve.

Up the road from St Peter's is the 18th-century Baptist chapel. Although the Baptist church was founded before 1700, the present chapel was built in 1786 in typical Northamptonshire non-conformist style, being slightly wider than it is long. Built of the local brown limestone, with a gate guarded by two yew trees, it clashes a little with the attached brick-built Sunday School of 1899. The former graveyard has been converted into a garden area.

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 … situated in the heart of the Northamptonshire countryside between Northampton and Kettering.

Walgrave was considered by many to have the foremost knowledge in ravencraft,[1] and wrote a book about the subject called Black Wings, Swift Words.[2] His chambers are located in the west tower of the Ravenry, below the rookery of the white ravens.[3] The white ravens are Walgrave's pride, and he wants them to eat him when he dies.[1]

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Looking for something not too strenuous one weekend? Why not try our History Trail - designed to illustrate some of the history of Walgrave. The route map and full updated details are under the History tab.

Click here to visit our Muddy Boots Preschool. The Walgrave Village website can be found here.

Walgrave Primary School is a place where laughter is often heard and making our school a fun place to be is central to our culture.

Or maybe a longer walk courtesy of Walgrave Wild Walkers group - scroll for details here

Walgrave's name is chosen for the position of Seneschal of the Citadel, but due to his infirmity, Archmaester Theobald offers to perform the duties for him.[3]

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Archmaester Walgrave is an elderly archmaester of the Citadel. He has lost his wits.[1] His ring, rod, and mask are made of black iron, showing his expertise in ravencraft.[1]

All our children are encouraged to be thoughtful and reflective, to understand their place in the world and to set themselves high standards both in terms of their commitment to work and discipline.

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St Peter's, a sandstone-spired church, is in the centre of the village. Throughout the autumn and winter, residents make donations to illuminate the church from 8.30pm. The west tower is 13th century, but the church is mostly 14th century. There is a monument to Mountague Lane, died 1670.[3] Walgrave is part of a united benefice which also includes the parishes of Hannington, Old and Scaldwell with each village retaining its own church.[4]

Walgrave Village Website is fully committed to providing you with a service that meets your expectations and safeguards your privacy.

A History of the County of Northampton: Volume 4. Originally published by Victoria County History, London, 1937.

1. For statistical analysis and understanding of how the site is being used, we gather information about the site, the typical journeys that are made, information about methods of access, and details on how users found the site, but WE DO NOT COLLECT PERSONAL INFORMATION FROM YOU.

The remains of Walgrave Hall are in the north part of the village. The manor dates from around the 13th century. The hall had a tower on the left and then a lower wing. The remains of the hall are now sub-divided but the plast coat of arms of the Langham family remain with the date 1674. There is a fine staircase of c.1630.[3]