Opening Eyes to Broader Horizonsat the Wroxham School

The Wroxham is a friendly, vibrant nursery and primary school in Potters Bar. Community is at the heart of our school and everyone works together to support and inspire our children, helping them to grow into happy, kind and respectful young people with a passion for learning and life.

Ofsted will be visiting The Wroxham School on the 4th and 5th June 2024, please click here for more information.

At The Wroxham School

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“Pupils are always polite, courteous and display a high level of engagement in their learning. They appreciate and value the diversity within the school and work very well in teams in lessons and during playtimes, showing considerable support for one another. Pupils love coming to school.”

~ Ofsted, May 2013

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Our school has a skilled and devoted team of staff members, happy and keen children, and various captivating and enriching opportunities to explore the curriculum and improve learning. If you would like to discover more about our school, then please visit us and find out for yourself.
Nicky Easey, Head of School

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Our Vision & Values

Opening eyes to broader horizons

At The Wroxham School, we believe that everyone can excel through pride and ambition. Our curriculum has been designed to ensure that all of our pupils are given opportunities to excel regardless of their starting point or background.

Join Us

Visits to our school are welcome throughout the year. Come and see The Wroxham in action and meet our wonderful school community.

Our Curriculum


Our progressive curriculum has been designed to develop children’s knowledge and curiosity and help them to develop key life skills. We follow the National Curriculum but have developed it to ensure that it reflects our own, local context. We plan our subjects carefully to ensure that new learning builds on what has been taught before and works towards clearly defined end points.

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Learning outside the classroom is an important part of life at The Wroxham and we have an exciting schedule of extracurricular activities. From music to sport, art to politics, there is something for every child.

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Wellbeing at The Wroxham

We are an inclusive school, dedicated to ensuring that children enjoy learning, make strong friendships and feel happy and safe. The Wroxham is a listening school, where everyone is valued and treated with respect.