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About Us

As a state-funded academy, it is our vocation, duty and delight to provide the best possible education for each pupil.

Our principles:

  • Each child is precious
  • Developing good character
  • Delivering the best rates of academic progress
  • Engendering care, happiness & love

Our purpose

  • Pupils develop a deep desire to learn, engaging with the roots of the learning process.
  • Pupils develop values that will shape their living both within and without the school.
  • Pupils will experience awe and wonder, and consider both spiritual and human dimensions.



We aim to inspire every child – whatever their abilities – to achieve their very best, and make a valuable contribution to the Walkwood community. We want our pupils to love to learn.

Our school is not just about knowledge, it is also about skills. It’s about inspiring children to look at the world differently, and about challenging them to be fascinated by lessons and subjects. In this way, we encourage our pupils to learn to live, preparing them for an adult life in a changing world, and as such we seek to equip our children for the future. Our ‘Learning Superheroes’ allow teachers to hone pupils’ learning skills. We want pupils to excel in school…and in later life.

Learning Superheroes

We are a Church of England school which is fully inclusive of all faiths and beliefs. While Christian principles underpin all of the school’s values, we know that these morals are shared by many faiths. We look for our pupils to take into their lives beyond our school an outlook that allows then to learn to love the experiences, people and spirituality that they encounter.

Fruits of Faith

“Remember your Creator in the days of your youth”. Ecclesiastes 12:1

Therefore, we want pupils to:

Love to Learn,

               Learn to Live,

                                 Live to Love.


What choose a middle school?

The advantage of a three tier system, with its two points of transfer, is that its schools are better able to focus on the needs of children at different stages of their education. The needs of 11 and 12 year olds, for example, are very different from those of both five year olds and 16 year olds. The middle school provides a varied and secure environment, where pupils are well known and in which to thrive and develop.


Rather than the abrupt change at the age of 11 experienced by many children, middle schools offer what we might think of as a ‘bridge’ between two different kinds of education – from being in just one classroom in a first school before later moving around a large high school site.


Middle schools retain a guarantee of a broad and balanced curriculum in their timetables and more specialist teaching and facilities on offer from the age of nine. Middle schools are equipped with specialist rooms for art, technology and science.


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