Welcome to Wainwright Primary Academy

Thank you for taking time to look at what our academy has to offer. We hope that our website contains interesting news, features and information for parents of our current pupils, as well as for prospective new families.

We work very hard to build strong, supportive links with parents in the belief that partnership between home and the academy can only benefit our children.

The ethos of the academy is respect, tolerance, kindness and being the best we can be, achieving at the highest level we can reach.

We expect our children to work hard, work together, look after each other and do well! Above all, we want your child to enjoy their time at the academy and be able to flourish in as many ways as possible.

If you have any questions or suggestions for our website, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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  • Macbeth

    Year 6 perform Macbeth

    6th December 2018

    Pupils in Miss Westmoreland's year 6 group were today showing off their dramatic sides as they explored William Shakespeare's Macbeth.The children acted out key ...  » Read More

  • Bolsover Castle visit - November 2018

    Visit to Bolsover Castle

    23rd November 2018

    On Monday last week, our courageous and mighty year 4 pupils invaded the gargantuan fortress of Bolsover Castle! The children went armed with intrepid will, and ...  » Read More

  • Premier stars tickets presented

    Year one pupils score with football course!

    14th November 2018

    Pupils in our year 1 group recently completed their six-week Premier League Primary Stars programme, delivered by Mansfield Town Football Club’s Football in the ...  » Read More

  • Tree planting

    Planting trees for our Forest School

    13th November 2018

    On Friday we were delighted to start planting trees on the academy site as we work towards becoming a Forest School. Pupils and staff were joined by members of ...  » Read More

  • Remembrance day 2018

    Paying our respects - Remembrance 2018

    9th November 2018

    Today our pupils have come to the academy dressed in red or black to represent the colours of the poppy, as part of our Remembrance activities.Pupils gathered i ...  » Read More