Welcome to our School
We are a large community primary school in Penn, Wolverhampton. We have a community of families from all walks of life, and enjoy learning and growing together as we strive to ensure all of our children realise their full potential during their time with us. We strive to be a hub for the community, somewhere that all who walk through our doors feel welcomed and valued.
We are very proud that during our most recent Ofsted inspection (April 2017) we maintained our grade as a good school in every category and are looking to continue to build upon the positive features that were identified by the inspectors.
In September 2019, we opened a new Deaf Resource Base at the school. Children with HI will be welcomed and included into the body of the school, working and playing with their peers while still receiving the specialist support they need.
We are delighted to have SNEYS (Special Needs Early Years Service) based here on our site. We are also developing our 'Families at the Front' room, where we welcome our parents, carers, friends and others in the community to come into school for a growing number of events and organisied workshops to support and help our locality and all who live in it.
The best way to get to know a school is by visiting! We welcome families interested in a place here to come and look around, meet the staff and experience the ethos and family atmosphere of our amazing community.
Come and see!
Fiona Feeney, Headteacher
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Friends of Warstones
FOW are a group of parents and staff who support our children by raising funds with fun and exciting events. We are always looking for new members. Click and see!Discover More
Warstones Deaf Resource Base
Warstones Primary School welcomes severe/profoundly deaf children from all areas of Wolverhampton into the Deaf Resource Base. The children are fully integrated within the mainstream school whilst having their individual needs met by specialist staff.Discover More
What people say...
"...keeping pupils safe from harm is a top priority for everyone in school. Staff are vigilant for any signs that a child may be at risk of harm."Ofsted, 2017 Full Report
"Pupils enjoy coming to school and benefit from the interesting curriculum on offer. They develop their skills, knowledge and understanding well through a broad range of subjects, enhanced by visits and visitors."Ofsted, 2017 Full Report