Parent Support Adviser (PSA) – information on the role and how Mrs Nichols can help you
RAF Wroughton, just south of the village, closed in the 1990s and is now the Science Museum at Wroughton, a part of the Science Museum Group and used as a storage site occasionally open to the public.
The parish includes North Wroughton, formerly a small settlement on the road towards Swindon but now part of the built-up area; and the hamlets of Elcombe and Overtown.
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Attendance – there is an updated section on attendance which advised parents/carers
Our facilities include two beautiful gardens. The first, a secluded and quiet garden to the rear of the building as well as a large garden to the front perfect for families. We also have a function room/skittle alley which is available for all kinds of functions.
High Street, Wroughton, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN4 9JX
British Values – this section has been updated
Useful Information – this is a quick access point to everyday information that you might need.
In 1874, the village celebrated for two days after the horse George Frederick which was stabled in the High Street, won the Epsom Derby. The horse and its trainer, Tom Leader, who was born in Wroughton, were escorted from Swindon railway station by a brass band and received in the village which had declared all of its pubs to be open houses and provided free beer for the occasion.
Punctuality – advice on the importance of getting your children to school on time
Wroughton Parish Church currently has a Bronze Award as part of the Diocese of Bristol’s new Safe & Welcome scheme which recognises, affirms and celebrates churches that are welcoming and safe places for all members of our communities, and is working towards the Silver.
The Church of England parish church of St John and St Helen has Norman origins but is mostly from the 14th century, with a 15th-century tower. The church was restored by T.H. Wyatt in 1846 and again in 1852, the 1880s and 1905. It was designated as Grade I listed in 1955.
Curriculum – plans showing what the children will be learning across the year
School Policies – these have been updated
A warm welcome awaits for both Humans and dogs(bar only),a fine selection of real ales, ciders and lagers. The authentic Thai food served Monday-Saturday is proving very popular. Booking is advised, especially for Friday and Saturday nights. English bar food is also served Monday to Saturday lunchtimes. We have front and rear garden area, along with a working petanque/boules pitch.
Welcome to our new website. It’s taken sometime to develop, and it’s still a work in progress, but hopefully you will find it useful and informative as well as entertaining. There are lots of pictures of the children at work and play in school and out on school trips.
Wroughton ASC Swimming Club is a competitive organisation which aims to train young swimmers of all abilities to attain a high standard of competitive achievement, the same time enjoying themselves. Throughout the year the club competes in a regular programme of team galas both locally and across Wiltshire. The club also competes each year in the Wiltshire County Championships.
Welcome to the White Hart, come along and join us for a lunch time snack or a lovely evening meal. We have a fantastic menu to choose from as well as a delicious range of daily specials. Try the locally brewed real ales and enjoy the friendly atmosphere that we offer
Wroughton is one of the biggest parishes in the UK. The village is well known through its connection to the Ridgeway National Trail and has a rich history, dating back to the Mesolithic period. Wroughton has a thriving community atmosphere, supporting many local shops and businesses. Once best known as the home of RAF Wroughton, which closed in 1995, the village site now houses the Science Museum archives, one of Britain's greatest collection of national treasures.
Year Groups – newsletters and blogs are kept here for each year group. The Blogs will give you running information about the year group and what they are up to.
Burgh Road, Gorleston, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk NR31 8BD Tel: 01493 662756 • Fax: 01493 442917 • Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wroughton Junior School Headteacher: Mr Brendan McCarney
The Ellendune Centre is a sports and entertainment venue that boasts one of the larger amateur facilities in the local area. It plays host to amateur dramatic groups who use it to meet and perform, including the Ellendune Entertainers and WADAMS (Wroughton Amateur Dramatic and Musical Society).
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The Ridgeway School and Sixth Form College opened in 1967 as Wiltshire's first purpose-built comprehensive school. It teaches about 1,500 children aged 11–18. The catchment area includes Bishopstone, Hinton Parva, Wanborough, Liddington, Coate, Badbury, Chiseldon, Hodson, Uffcott, Broad Hinton and Winterbourne Bassett.