Our vision at Wroxton Church of England Primary School is:
To inspire all our children to achieve their potential; fostering a sense of hope, aspiration and respect within a nurturing environment, inclusive of home, school, the community and the church, where learning is celebrated in all its forms.
Wroxton CE Primary School is a small village school set on the outskirts of North Banbury. The school is part of the Oxford Diocesan Schools Trust. It is based in the picturesque village of Wroxton. Here you will find The Duck Pond which is looked after by the village and also Wroxton Abbey with the beautiful grounds that can be explored by the public.
The school is based around four classes, all named after birds of prey. We currently have 89 pupils on roll, with our largest class currently housing 27 children. All of our classrooms have interactive boards, we have 30 networked laptops and 16 I-Pads which support our ICT teaching.
Our teaching at Wroxton is based around a Creative Curriculum which centres on a main central theme. This enables children to make links in their learning. We try as much as possible to link visitors into school and trips out to current teaching. As a Church of England School our links with All Saint's Church are important to us. We hold services at the Church at least once a term and the Reverand John Reader visits school weekly.
Our school motto is:
Care Share, Learn and Worship Together