Welcome to St Werburgh’s Primary
Welcome to St Werburgh’s Primary School. We look forward to meeting you and celebrating your child’s achievements during their time
with us here at St Werburgh’s Primary School.
We believe that to be a successful learner children need to develop an understanding of themselves and the world in which they live. We provide a culturally inclusive curriculum that will equip our young people with skills to become lifelong learners.
Our school is focused on learning and we celebrate our children’s achievements each and every day.
We are committed to ensuring strong and supportive partnerships with our Parents and Carers. Please talk to us about your child’s learning and emotional needs. We are here to help you in supporting child’s journey through their Primary Education and onto Secondary School. We value the importance of close working relationships.
I welcome you to the St Werburgh’s Primary School Community and look forward to sharing in your child’s exciting learning journey.
St Werburgh’s Primary School is a popular inner city primary school that is at the heart of the local community. It caters for children aged 4 –11 years old. The school reflects the wide range of cultures present in the community and has a vibrant and inclusive feel.
The school reflects the wide range of cultures present in the community and has a vibrant and inclusive feel.
The school opened in September 1999 and is situated in a central area of the city of Bristol called St Werburgh’s.
Whilst most children come to St Werburgh’s Primary School from the local area, some travel from the adjacent areas of Easton, St Paul’s, and Montpelier. Due to the popularity of the school, the local authority funded an expansion onto a newly refurbished annexe. Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 are located here on the Silver Birch annexe.
The main school is called the Willow site and is located on James Street it houses pupils from Years 3-6.
We have an impressive performing arts studio on the Willow site, which was opened to the community in 2004. Our children and the local residents use the facilities for a range of arts and physical activities.