Western Primary School is part of the Federation with Scartho nursery School.

Western Primary School provides a stimulating environment where curiosity is welcomed, enquiry encouraged and an excitement of learning is fostered. We try to enhance the life of each child, equipping them with the skills and knowledge to take a full part in society.

We promote understanding and respect for democracy, tolerance, fairness and respect for self, others and the environment and encourage collaborative learning. We also enable pupils to distinguish between right and wrong and accept responsibility for actions and behaviours.

We enable each child to feel pride in their efforts and to have confidence in their own abilities.  We are striving to achieve a successful school of which staff, children, parents and the community will be proud and where all are welcomed, feel safe & secure and valued.


COVID-19 and wider reopening of schools

Many parents will have questions and concerns regarding the wider reopening of schools.  Here you will find the measures that we are taking to ensure the safety of your children.  We will keep you updated as new information becomes available.  In the meantime, if you have any queries, please get in touch.

Western Primary COVID-19 risk assessment


Home Learning and Remote education

Further details of our provision for home learning can be found here.

Class Dojo

Up to date home learning resources can now be found on Class Dojo.  This can be accessed through your web browser or through the app (Available through the Apple App Store or Google Play Store).

All previouscontent is still available through Beanstalk Learning.

Safeguarding Updates

Government advice and trusted resources for schools to safeguard students from radicalisation, build resilience to all types of extremism and promote shared values.


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Our Facebook Page

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Children with SEND are more likely than other childrenand young people to have issues with sleep. Parents and carers are invited to attend a free sleep workshop online, funded by Humber Transforming Care Partnership. It’s useful, convenient, and could make a huge impact on you and your child. The workshop consists of two, two hour sessions that are held over two weeks.Please chose one set of sessions.Sleep Workshop for Parent/CarersMonday, 10 and Monday 17 January, 2022 from 10am 12pmTuesday 1 and Tuesday 8 February, 2022 from 10am-12pmThursday 17 and Thursday 24 February 2022 from 12pm-2pmTuesday 22 February and Tuesday 1 March 2022 from 10am-12pmSaturday 5 and Saturday 12 March 2022 from 9.30am-11.30amTo book a place please email Claire.Earley@kids.org.uk ... See MoreSee Less
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COVID Guidance for ParentsIf children take a PCR test, they cannot come into school unless a negative results is received. If your child tests positive, there is a period of self isolation of 10 days. However, a lateral flow test can be taken on Day 6 and Day 7. These tests must be taken 24 hours apart. If both of these tests are negative, your child may return to school. A lateral flow test must still be taken on days 8, 9 and 10 and remain negative.If someone in your household tests positive or your child comes into close contact with someone who tests positive, then your child should have a lateral flow test every day for 7 days. If this is negative there is no reason for your child not to attend school. Unfortunately, if children do not come into school then absences will be recorded as unauthorised. If your child is off school for any COVID related reason, there will be work put on Class Dojo for them to complete. If you require your child's login for Class Dojo please contact the school office. Thank you for your continued support. ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you for all of your support this term. We all hope you have a lovely restful couple of weeks and enjoy Christmas if you celebrate it.Children return to school on Wednesday 5th January. Please note that messages will not be replied to until Tuesday 4th January which is a teacher training day.Stay safe x ... See MoreSee Less
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Key Stage 2 children must be in their school uniform tomorrow for the cinema trip. The coaches will be leaving promptly so please make sure your child is on time. ... See MoreSee Less
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We still have a small number of children who haven’t returned their slips and/or payment for the Key Stage 2 cinema trip. This trip is still going ahead. Please return your child’s slip/payment tomorrow to secure their place on the trip. ... See MoreSee Less
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