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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Parents / Carers of children with SENWe have been given some information about FREE workshops that you make like to add to your diary.Curriculum workshops will run monthly over the academic year covering a range of areas that we know are important to both parents and schools. We would like everyone to gain the skills and confidence needed to help children in key areas like reading, writing, and maths as well as soft skills to help them get organised and stay focused.These 2 hour curriculum workshops (9:30am – 11:30am) are run by the SEND Parental Engagement Team, SENCos and other service leads from specialist organisations. They are packed full of useful, practical tips, tricks and information. Everyone who attends will leave with their own ‘toolkit’ to get them started at home or at school.The workshops are being held at Central Family Hub, Edward Street, Grimsby, DN32 9HL. Book your FREE place. You can attend as many sessions as you would like to!Tuesday, 28 September- ReadingTuesday, 19 October- WritingTuesday, 23 November- Speech and LanguageTuesday, 14 December- MathsTuesday, 25 January- Handwriting and movement skillsTuesday, 22 February- EmotionsTuesday, 29 March- PhonicsTuesday, 26 April- Attention and impulse controlTuesday, 24 May- OrganisationTuesday, 28 June- Change and transition ... See MoreSee Less
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Dear Parent/CarerFlu Vaccination – Online Consent FormDuring September - December the School Nursing Service will be offering your child the influenza vaccination in school. This vaccination is recommended to help protect your child against flu. Flu can be an unpleasant illness and can cause serious complications. Vaccinating your child will also help protect more vulnerable family and friends by preventing the spread of flu. With COVID-19 still in circulation it is important to reduce the number of those becoming ill with flu this winter to help protect them, the NHS and social care.The vaccination is free and is a quick, simple and painless spray up the nose. If your child has not had the vaccine before and you require more information, please visit Child flu vaccine - NHS (www.nhs.uk)To consent to your child receiving the vaccination click or search the link below:www.nelincs.gov.uk/fluYOU NEED TO COMPLETE THIS BY 28TH SEPTEMBERIf your child becomes wheezy, has a bad attack of asthma, or has started oral steroids for their asthma after you return this form, please contact us.To find out when your childs school session will take place, please visit School age immunisations - NELC | NELC (nelincs.gov.uk)If you have any queries, email the service on schoolnursingadvice@nelincs.gov.uk or phone 01472 323660.Yours sincerelyLeisa GaskellImmunisation Coordinator ... See MoreSee Less
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Please check Class Dojo for the latest information regarding your child's new class. You will have automatically been added to your child's new class where their new teacher will be able to help with any queries that you have. Class Dojo will be the main point for information regarding what is going on in school and in your child's class. ... See MoreSee Less
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On PE days, children in Reception to Year 6 need to come in their uniform. They should bring their PE kit in a bag which will fit inside their locker. PE kit is a change of top, change of bottoms and a pair of sensible shoes. The shoes can be the shoes that they wear for school but please bare in mind that outdoor PE often takes place on the field and it can be quite muddy.All children should bring their PE kit on Monday. Letters will be sent out next week about individual classes PE days. ... See MoreSee Less
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