The Wykebeck Way
Wykebeck Primary School is committed to ensuring all children fulfill their potential. We are an inclusive and diverse school and the core values of democracy, tolerance, rules and liberty respect are embedded in all aspects of school life.
Our school is a safe and secure place where children can develop their talents and self-belief. We believe that learning is for life and that our whole school community will develop the skills they need to contribute positively to our ever-changing world.
We want everyone to have:
The empathy to recognise and accept other’s views and beliefs.
The curiosity and confidence to question and investigate.
The resilience to keep going when faced with challenge.
The skills to seek different solutions to a problem, analyse and self-evaluate.
We aim to embed these learning habits into the way our children think, so that they have enjoyment of lifelong learning beyond their school experience. Then they can become independent learners of the future.
We call these our 'learning muscles',
We are 'learning together for life’
Mrs Georgina Sykes
'Pupils learn how to keep themselves safe in the community. For example, they learn about water, fire and bike safety. Pupils know how to keep themselves safe online. Pupils told inspectors a range of ways to stay safe when using the internet.'
Our Recent Local Authority review findings;
‘Overall children are well mannered and polite throughout school. This has been seen on numerous visits to the school. Children were very animated around the science topic and clearly enjoy the practical side of science and the investigation they have undertaken’
Our wonderful inclusive school!
Bradford Peace Museum visits year 6
Learning is hands on and fun!
Reading takes you to places.
Learning through play in Reception.
Let your imagination run free
Our new outdoor classroom in the woods!
Some of our wonderful learning!
My Health My School survey responses.
Turn your face to the sun and the shadows follow behind you. The sunflower our symbol of hope during lockdown.
'The Storm' by Narcisse-Virgilio Diaz de la Pena.
Look at our paintings of 'Trees in the Rain' by Year 2
From Monday 8th March 2021 school will be open for all pupils.