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Growing In Faith and Learning

Welcome to St. Leonard's Church of England Primary School

Welcome to St Leonard's CofE Primary School

I am delighted to welcome you to our website. I am proud to be the Headteacher at St. Leonard’s CofE Primary School. We are located in the beautiful village of Wigginton and have a very strong community who are keen to support our school. Our strong Christian ethos underpins everything we do and everyone associated with our school is committed to helping our children ‘Grow in Faith and Learning’. Catherine Young- Headteacher.

Family worship, Science Day & The Swimming Gala

Congratulations to all the children who received a Headteacher's award today:

 

Robins

Isla Costin for super behaviour and manners.

Sophie Wainaina for super reading. 

 

Kingfishers

Adelaide Holder for independent writing.

Edwin Silempa for excellent behaviour at all times. 

 

Owls

Laila Smith for comparing fractions.

Harvey Boddington for always working hard and supporting others.

Ollie Johnston for working hard to complete tasks and handwriting. 

 

Kestrels

Rhea Ward for consistently producing work of a high standard.

Franchesca Hadley for her thoughtfulness, politeness and kindness.

Oscar Kinsella for being an excellent role model. 

 

Falcons

Harry Southall for always showing an excellent attitude towards his learning.

Alice Coats for working hard to write her story based on the book Maleficent. 

 

Swimming Gala

A really huge congratulations to our brilliant swimmers who made it through to the final of the Tamworth School’s Swimming Gala: Bethany Lawrence, Tabitha Blackwood, Megan Boag and Cameron Hunter. A special mention has to be made for Cameron who not only qualified to get through into the final in two different races, he was also the winner of the 25m Breaststroke making him the fastest in his age group out of all of the schools in Tamworth. Well done everyone – we are so proud of you all. 

 

Science Day

Our Science day was a big hit with the children. Lots of investigative work took place including examining the effect of yeast in balloons, floating and sinking in different types of liquids, making slime and chemical reactions causing exciting eruptions. The children learned a great deal and we were impressed with their questioning, observational skills and scientific reflections. Thank you to Miss Grimsdell for planning such a lovely day. 

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