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'Growing in Faith and Learning' 'Life in all it's fullness' John 10:10

Welcome to St Leonard's CofE Primary School

Welcome to St. Leonard’s Church of England Primary School. We hope our website gives you a flavour of our vibrant, happy school and the achievements of our delightful children. We are a thriving church school in the picturesque village of Wigginton with a strong Christian ethos, growing in faith and learning. We passionately believe in developing the ‘whole child’ and ensure all children have the opportunity to reach their goals and shine in their own unique and wonderful way. Our kind, caring and dedicated team nurture, motivate and encourage our children to be confident and well-rounded members of their community. I am incredibly proud to be the Headteacher of St. Leonard’s, a place where children develop a passion for learning, feel good about themselves, are proud of their achievements and create lasting memories of friendship and connection in our school family. I warmly invite you to come and visit us at St. Leonard’s Mrs Kirsty Cullen, Headteacher.

World Book Week, Maths Week and Family Worship

It has been 2 busy weeks in school with book week and maths week.  The children really enjoyed dressing up on World Book Day.  They all looked great.


In book week, Robins looked at the story of the Three Little Pigs which they retold using stick puppets. They made their own pigs as well as making houses out of different materials. They wrote captions for what the characters might say. In Real Life Maths week, they enjoyed utilising our Dinosaur Museum including using money and buying tickets. We set up our own post office and undertaken activities designing own stamps, comparing the size and weight of parcels as well of writing letters. 


Kingfishers looked at Little Red Riding Hood during World Book Week and compared two different versions; they looked at story sequencing and wrote Wanted posters for the Wolf. In Real Life Maths week, they have been looking at transport and paying for bus tickets and undertaking traffic surveys and displaying data. They also designed Road safety posters which we have shared with the Robins class. In RE, they started our new theme focusing on why Christians celebrate Easter. 


In Owls, Real Life Maths week focused on St Leonard’s Café where children have measured out ingredient to make and sell in the Café. In Book Week, they looked at the true story of the Three Little Pigs which shows how the poor wolf was framed. They had a mock Court to argue whether the wolf was guilty or innocent. They also wrote instructions for baking a cake for the wolf’s Granny. 


Kestrels have been writing their own middles to the Maleficent story. They watched the beginning and the end and have been filling in the gaps. They enjoyed Real Life Maths week by designing their own theme parks. At the moment they are working out if they've made a profit or a loss. Today we have started our weaving. In Science, we've started a new topic on changing materials. 


Falcons have been undertaking Real Life Maths linked to lemonade. They have surveyed the school about their favourite soft drinks and produced pie charts to reflect the outcomes. They have taste tested lemonade to see if they could spot which lemonade had the highest cost per 25ml. They also measured ingredients and produced their own lemonade working out ratios and profits. As well as lots of Maths, they have designed their own advertising posters for their own lemonade products. 


Congratulations to everyone who has received a Headteacher's award over the past fortnight. 



Alfie Macbeth for good listening and being polite.

Finlay Hunter for trying hard with phonics and writing.

Elijah Hannon for super manners.
Katie Preece for super effort with writing.



Sara Luke for always trying her best.
Jacob Arrowsmith for excellent work on the link between multiplication and division.

Kayden Willcock for being a good role model and always listening carefully.
Zeke Holder for writing a super knight story.



Laila Smith for comparing fractions.
Ronnie Fernyhough for really concentrating in maths lessons.



Freya Stevens for her contribution and effort in Maths.

Megan Blackwood for persevering when things get tricky.
Ellis Passmore for maintaining a high standard of handwriting.



Jacob Bryan for excellent work in maths and super progress.
Alex Bain for excellent attitude during PSHE.
Eve Boyle for a fantastic diary about Journey to the River Sea.
Vinny Fernyhough for being an excellent role model for the whole school.


Well done also to Laila Smith and Jasmine Flanagan for earning their Pen Licenses.