Welcome to Whaplode C of E Primary School
The children and staff of Whaplode Church Of England Primary School would like to wish you a very warm welcome to our exciting website. We hope that you find it interesting and entertaining as we share our work, achievements and up-to-date information with you.
Please follow the links to find out all you need to know about life at our school, the teachers, pupils and curriculum. Keep your eye on our Newsletters and Diary pages which will bring you up-to-date with school events and all those important dates for your diaries.
Please see our Contact Information page for all the ways to get in touch with us. We hope you enjoy our website. If you do, why not leave a comment on our twitter account.
Do enjoy your visit, and we hope to see you back again soon.
Mrs Alison Flack
Executive Head Teacher
Each term we have a School Core Value. This terms Value is Courage
News and Reminders
World Book Day
On Thursday 7th March 2019 it is World Book Day and we are inviting all pupils to come to school dressed as one of their favourite characters from book, film or TV. As always, we do not expect parents to buy expensive readymade outfits.
School Closures due to weather or emergencies
The decision to close the school is never taken lightly. We appreciate that many pupils live within walking distance of the school but we also have to take account of where our staff live and their ability to travel to and from school safely in order to ensure the safety of our pupils. Once the decision has been taken to close the school, the information will be broadcast on local radio
- Lincs FM (FM (VHF) 102.2 megahertz or www.lincsfm.co.uk)
- BBC Radio Lincolnshire FM(VHF) 94.9/MW 1368 kilohertz/219m or www.bbc.co.uk/lincolnshire
- This website
Our latest Swimming Pool Committee Newsletter is available to download.or purse.
Here are the results of our questionnaires. Click on the panels to display a PDF version.
We have some children in school who have very severe nut allergies. Please do not send foods into school which contain nuts (including peanut butter, chocolate spreads and cereal bars).