Headteacher's

Welcome

A very warm welcome to Wembley Primary School. I am delighted to be the headteacher of such a vibrant, exciting school.

At Wembley Primary School we ensure that we provide a safe environment where children can enjoy learning and achieve high standards. We are ambitious for our children. We work with our staff, governors, parents and pupils in an atmosphere of respect to achieve the very best for all our children.

We provide a highly engaging curriculum enriched by first hand experiences. A curriculum focused on developing skills and knowledge that will ensure that children have strong foundations. Foundations that will prepare them for the next stage in their learning. It will also enable them to become responsible citizens who make positive contributions to society. In addition, we offer opportunities for children to develop curiosity, resilience, self-discipline, collaboration and imagination. We want our pupils to be motivated lifelong learners.

We have an excellent staff team who are enthusiastic and committed to supporting every child to achieve the highest possible standards.

We have a wonderful learning environment. A large number of outdoor spaces surround the school building. We have a nature garden, that all children regularly visit to support their learning and an Astroturf football pitch, a multi-use games area, an adventure playground and lots of playground space.

The school values which are displayed on our ‘value tree’ are very much part of the fabric of the school. They promote a harmonious school community where we nurture respect and understanding.

 

 

Mrs A. Taylor-Kent

Executive Headteacher's

Welcome

Welcome to Wembley Primary School.

We always endeavour to provide our pupils with engaging and challenging learning experiences, which reflect their interests as well as the national expectations.

We are lucky to have so much external space for the children to learn, explore and play in; and so fortunate to have easy access to London and it’s wealth of sites and museums. Both experiences take learning beyond the classroom, providing numerous and varied experiences of awe and wonder.

Like you, we want your child to be safe, successful and happy, so that they develop a life-long love for learning.
This is also why we take great pride in our partnership with parents and our established caring, family ethos.

 

Mr R. Fenton

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Updated Reopening Information for Parents
Message from our Headteacher May 21st21st May 2020Dear Parents,I hope that you are all keeping safe and well.Following the governments’ announcement on Sunday 10th May, I am so looking forward to seei...
Reopening letter - Headteacher
13th May 2020Dear Parents/Carers,I hope that you are all keeping safe and well.I am sure that you are aware of the Prime Minister’s announcement on Sunday that there should be a phased return of some ...
Community Contacts
In this community leaflet from Brent Council, you will find a list of organisations from different sectors that are available to provide advice or support where needed. The leaflet provides contact in...
Heartwarming news
It is so lovely to hear some heartwarming news during this lockdown.Last week, we received an email from one of our parents sharing the news about how her children are support other people. Lucille (6...
Wellbeing Page
We have launched our Wellbeing page on our school website. On this page you will find many different (non-academic) activities, to support your child (and yourselves) with keeping calm, positive and r...
Nature Garden
April Headteacher Message
Please find a new message from our Headteacher Mrs Taylor-Kent
Parent's Learning Timetable
Are you having trouble organising learning with your child or children, whilst you are home? Are you thinking: How are other people managing?Here is an example of learning timetables from one of our p...
Year 5 and 6 COVID Challenge
MESSAGE OF SUPPORT FROM YEARS 5 & 6We want to get a message of support to everyone out there, to keep our key workers and vulnerable people safe. Also, we want to express our gratitude for the tremend...
Brent Music Service
BMS tutors are working to create a range of online resources to support instrumental/vocal pupils continue their learning at home. This will include:· Face-to-face individual 20-minute instrument/sing...
Message from our Headteacher
IMPORTANT INFORMATIONDear Parents and Carers,I hope that you are all keeping safe and well.Although the school closed on Friday 20th March for the majority of our pupils, it has remained open for the ...
Free Hot Meals
There are many places where you can go for a free hot meal, regardless of circumstances. In the attached leaflet you will find a list of places where you would be made welcome, without booking andwith...
Dancing Queens
On Friday 6th January 2020, two very talented dancers, Wiktoria 5S and Julia 2W, travelled all the way to Blackppo for the 'All England 2020 Championships'.Both dancers tried their very best to get in...
SCHOOL CLOSURE - other than children with EHC plans, under s...
As of Monday 23rd March, the Government has requested that children of key workers and vulnerable children (EHC, Looked after children and children under social care) still come to school.If you work ...
Reading Week at Wembley 2020
A huge thank to the many parents and family members that came to Wembley to read with our children - we had a record 250 turn-up!Furthermore, teachers and children did us proud with their fantastic ar...
A year in Reception
You may be wondering - what is life like in our Reception class at Wembley Primary School?Here is a video that shows all the fantastic experiences our children have in Early Year!Please click on the l...
Uniform Reminder
Please can we remind all parents and carers about the importance of our pupils wearing the correct uniform. All children should be in the correct red coloured jumper/cardigan, black/grey trousers or s...
Carnival Highlights
Mr Trumper has been busy putting together a video of highlights from the week and here it is...Carnival Highlights Video
Reading Winners
Pupils were challenged to see of they could read every day for one week. Each teacher checked their reading record, and those that had managed to read each day were given a raffle ticket.Each year gro...
Carnival Week Success
Wow...what a week! Carnival week was buzzing with life and entertainment. So many events have happened this week, with the finale being simply sublime! It was a scorcher, and we are not just talking a...
All News
21st May

IMPORTANT NOTICE
Please find a message from our Headteacher with information to parents on the reopening of our school -
https://t.co/2WXO8svPu6

  

@WembleyPrimary

18th May

RT @mentalhealth: 🥳#MentalHealthAwarenessWeek starts today! Let’s get the nation talking about kindness & mental health📣

🌍At times like…

  

@WembleyPrimary

13th May

Reopening message from our Headteacher
https://t.co/vCesseljid

  

@WembleyPrimary

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