Welcome to St Wilfrid's Catholic Primary School
We are a Catholic primary school where all our pupils belong to a caring, sharing community which promotes learning through respect and love for all through our shared Catholic faith. We strive to follow Christ’s example to always do our best. We also below to Our Lady and All Saints MAC ; we are delighted to part of this group of 13 schools across Birmingham, Solihull and Coleshill, and, together, we strive to provide our children with more and more opportunities in order to enable them to have the best possible experiences now and in the future. Together we are 'Strong in Faith'.
St Wilfrid’s School is a Voluntary Aided Catholic primary school for children aged 3 years to 11 years of age. The nursery unit is non-denominational and has a separate admissions criteria. We have around 420 pupils on roll including a nursery offering 15 hours universal entitlement for 3 -4 year olds with provision for 26 full day places (Monday - Wednesday)
OFSTED Rating "Good" December 2018.
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Happy Wednesday ! 💙 https://t.co/jnTqwLSqWB
What a fun afternoon of research! 💙
@stwilfridrc The children enjoyed learning more about the roles and responsibilities of a Police officer today. They also enjoyed trying on the uniform and playing cops and robbers! 👮🏻♀️ 💰 🚨
Thank you , so much to our parents and other special visitors! 💙
⭐️ A BIG THANK YOU ⭐️ to all Y3’s visitors this afternoon. The children learnt so much about different job roles and the importance of work. We were visited by a doctor, a police officer, a carer, a lorry driver and many others! @stwilfridrc @OurLadyandAllS1
Here are some familiar faces! Where are they now?!💙
@stwilfridrc past students of St Wilfrids.think it was year one in 2006
9 people! Wow! 💙
@stwilfridrc In Year 3, we are researching the life and death of Grace Darling. When we have gathered enough information we are creating a biography all about her. Did you know, at the age of 19, she rescued 9 people? Wow! 🏅 🛶 ⛈
We can’t wait to see them!💙
Celebrating our Mother Mary during the month of May - Y2 are creating stained glass windows - we can’t wait to share our finished art work 🎨📿@stwilfridrc @OurLadyandAllS1
This looks very exciting! 💙
@stwilfridrc 4P enjoying an afternoon of Art, painting in the style of Cezzane and Monet.
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