Welcome to Winchcombe Abbey CE Primary School
I hope you enjoy exploring these pages and that they will give you a real sense of some of the fantastic learning opportunities we offer at Winchcombe Abbey C of E Primary School. We believe in putting the needs of the child at the heart of everything we do and are rightly proud of our children and all they achieve.
At Winchcombe Abbey, we work on the basis that education is very much a partnership between home and school and as such, we want to work closely with you to ensure your child is happy in school and achieves his or her full potential. As well as pursuing academic excellence, we work hard to help all the children in our care grow and flourish as confident individuals with high personal aspirations and a lifelong love of learning.
Our school is founded on a strong Christian ethos of mutual respect, care and trust. Our eight Core Values of Compassion, Courage, Respect, Responsibility, Humility, Forgiveness, Truth and Fairness underpin all of our work and our beliefs.
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Monthly Maths Challenge
April's Maths Challenge
March's Maths Challenge
February's Maths Challenge
For more information, examples, entries, and winners, click on the maths challenge posters above.
Maths Through Stories Day
On Monday 18th March, the whole school joined forces to take part in a ‘Maths through Stories Day’. Each class was given a book which had a mathematical focus and the whole day was centered around this. We began with a collective worship where the aims for the day were shared. Back in our classrooms, we took part in different activities that responded to the Maths we discovered in the books – this also fitted brilliantly with this month’s Maths Challenge! Classes did a wide variety of things ranging from multiplication array artwork and solving riddles to mathematical paintings and designing crazy pets where there was a financial budget! We ended the day with a celebration worship to share all of the wonderful things we had been up to. It reminded us that we really can find Maths everywhere we look!