New Werrington contains three schools. William Law and Welbourne are both primary schools. Ken Stimpson Community School is the only secondary school in the area.

Werrington Primary School Amberley Slope Werrington Peterborough PE4 6QG

Within NOMS, the Young People’s Estate has responsibility for the management and operational delivery of all under-18 Young Offender Institutions (YOIs). The Youth Justice Board (YJB) commission around 900 places for young men, making it the biggest provider of secure accommodation for young people in England and Wales.

The site also has a well equipped fitness suite and a studio which holds numerous classes each week.

"To give young people the best chance to turn their lives around by providing them with safe, decent and secure environments that focus on education and personal development and empower them to make positive change, successfully return to the community and lead law-abiding lives."

We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services including antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations and NHS Health Checks.  We also operate a telephone triage service which dramatically speeds up patient access to the most appropriate highly qualified clinician.  

Accommodation: Most cells are single occupancy and all have integral sanitation.

We hope that you will find the information you require about our school from the website.  However, we do encourage you to consider a visit to our school during the school day so that you can really experience the exciting buzz of learning at Werrington Primary School.

Ofsted say Werrington Primary School is a Good school with outstanding safeguarding procedures, where teaching is good because pupils are motivated to learn and where strong relationships exist between staff and the pupils they teach.

For other places with the same name, see Werrington.

The institution started life in 1895 as an industrial school and was subsequently purchased by the Prison Commissioners in 1955.

The vision of the Young People’s Estate is:

Set over two floors, this purpose-built fitness facility offers a wide range of activities from traditional sports including badminton, squash and football to trampolining and martial arts.

'To promote, encourage and support excellence in our practice'

Werrington is a residential area of the city of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire in the United Kingdom. For electoral purposes it comprises North Werrington and South Werrington wards. Werrington spans an area of two and a half square miles (6 km²) and has a population of 14,800.

We are a large, successful and happy primary school on the outskirts of Peterborough.  We offer a broad curriculum which is enriched through an extensive visits programme.

Hello and welcome to our website which we hope you will enjoy exploring.

Moorside High School is located in Werrington. The village is also home to HM Prison Werrington, a prison for male juveniles.

Werrington has held a summer carnival and bonfire and fireworks display every year since the 1970s. At the bonfire, two people made out of clay are set on fire, made by volunteers from the local Scout and Guide Association in conjunction with Werrington Primary School.

Werrington Village Cricket Club plays in the local Huntingdonshire leagues throughout the summer and plays its home games at nearby Campbell Drive sports fields. Werrington Badminton Club has 100 members ranging from beginners up to county level who play in tournaments around the city and county. They also run two men's and a mixed team in the Hunts league.

Ken Stimpson Community School is a public secondary school which opened in 1982. The school has about 1100 students from years 7 to post-16 (Years 12/13). The school acquired Business and Enterprise College Specialist school status in late 2004.

At Werrington Parish Church we take the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults very seriously. If you have any concerns regarding the safety or welfare of a child or vulnerable adult, you can speak to Sue Bennett, our Parish Safeguarding Officer (contact her via the Parish Office on 01733 576541).

Following implementation of the Criminal Justice Act 1982 it converted to a Youth Custody Centre in 1985 and in 1988 it became a Juvenile Centre. Currently Werrington is one of four establishments the Youth Justice Board (YJB) commission from the National Offender Management Service (NOMS) to provide specialist custodial places for young people aged 15 - 18.

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Reception Criteria: Sentenced and remanded young people aged 15 – 18 as directed by the courts.

Through working in partnership with our pupils, parents/carers and outside agencies we aim to provide a supportive and stimulating learning environment where every child can succeed.

Originally a village, Werrington was engulfed by Peterborough in the mid twentieth century, as the city expanded. The area is on the northern edge of the conurbation, approximately four miles (6.4 km) from the city centre. There are two distinct areas of Werrington, the village and new Werrington. The village dates from older periods and focuses on the village green. The new Werrington area focuses on the Werrington Centre, a small shopping complex featuring stores for basic needs.

Werrington

William Law C of E Primary School and Welbourne Primary School are the two primary schools that are not in Werrington village. William Law C of E Primary School wear the colour green and Welbourne Primary School wear the colour red. Most of the pupils from William Law go on to Arthur Mellows Village College in Glinton whereas most of the pupils from Welbourne Primary School go on to Ken Stimpson Community School for their secondary education.

Werrington is a small village in the Staffordshire moorlands district of Staffordshire, England. Standing 875 ft above sea level and known for its windmill standing at the summit, Werrington has gone through substantial expansion in the last few years.[when?]

Werrington is a charismatic, evangelical Anglican parish located in the north of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire. We have worship centres in the historic church building of St John the Baptist (map), located in the village of Werrington, and in the modern Emmanuel (map) church sharing a building with the local Church of England primary school. Emmanuel church also hosts the Parish Office.

The development of Werrington continues, with new residential accommodation in the northernmost part of the area. The shopping centre is being redeveloped, with the Rainbow foodstore being replaced by a larger Tesco supermarket.

You’ll find Werrington Leisure Centre on the same site as Ken Stimpson Community School and Werrington Library.