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Welcome to our Primary School

Within the primary phase at Washwood Heath Academy, we believe in creating and sustaining a positive and uplifting culture for all of our children and we also do this for each other as well. 

We are a caring and nurturing environment which aims to develop all of our core HEARTS values:   

Happiness, Excellence, Acheivement, Respect, Resilience, Tolerance and Self-Belief. 

We go above and beyond to ensure that everybody within our school community feels respected, challenged, supported and safe.  We believe in being: Ready, Respectful and Safe and we expect all visitors to our school to uphold our three rules.  We aim to equip our pupils with the right tools for them to achieve and we aim to provide them with the most effective environment that ignites curiosity and wonder.  We support our families in ensuring that they too, can provide the right environment for our children to learn effectively and to grow securely both emotionally and mentally. Together as one school, Washwood Heath Academy provides a safe and caring environment for our pupils led by highly-effective staff whose main aim is to ensure a continuing ethos of resilience and respect in learning.

Latest News & Tweets

Latest News

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@washwoodheath - 20 Jul
Well done Washwood and all the other schools that took part in the fantastic music! https://t.co/xB6pDO6SHZ
@washwoodheath - 20 Jul
Washwood setting up. Let's go Washwood! https://t.co/S00YEH1gN6
@washwoodheath - 20 Jul
Excited to see WHA concert band later at Symphony Hall https://t.co/tDnnEmRl8i
@washwoodheath - 20 Jul
Year 9 trip to the beach today - donkey rides, playing in the sea, a visit to the pier, a ride on the Ferris wheel … pure enjoyment! Great fun to end the year! (And still a very valuable experience!)😎 https://t.co/2EaeE5VMo8
@washwoodheath - 15 Jul
Year 2 went to Twycross Zoo yesterday. We had such a fantastic time and saw many different animals. We loved it! Thank you to https://t.co/EVoB7Veg7s
@washwoodheath - 8 Jul
Massively lucked out with the weather for our first whole school sports day since the pandemic. Great to be back doing large whole school events like these!! https://t.co/FuP9aJfv7F
@washwoodheath - 6 Jul
Trafalgar Square fountains in front of the National Gallery - the end of our walk through the city, past some very famous sights! https://t.co/7AUuIjDFga
@washwoodheath - 6 Jul
Year 8 having lunch on the steps of the Albert Memorial in Hyde Park. https://t.co/n5VXlbS5Yj
@washwoodheath - 6 Jul
155 Year 8 students have just started exploring the Natural History Museum. It’s such an impressive building of it’s own accord, let alone the spectacular exhibits. A very valuable experience. https://t.co/5NbVCe3ANj
@washwoodheath - 6 Jul
On Monday, some KS2 pupils had the opportunity to attend a commonwealth event lead by Bring the Power. Children had the opportunity to meet a professional boxer,meet Perry,the mascot for the games and play lots of different sports. Children had a fantastic day https://t.co/zeQVgrdhdz
@washwoodheath - 1 Jul
Great presentation from on the importance of Oracy and ‘purpose to practice’. Powerful messages from G Barlow . Really useful
@washwoodheath - 1 Jul
By all accounts, Ms Barlow was a marvellous session leader! Thank you so much! https://t.co/A9iUUPMtK3
@washwoodheath - 1 Jul
Our very own Ms Barlow leading a professional development session for teachers at https://t.co/NIMGO4uHzl
@washwoodheath - 29 Jun
Y7 at the Black Country Museum being shown the potentially devastating effects of methane accumulating in the mines. https://t.co/Jn52VurK0R
@washwoodheath - 25 Jun
Washwood Heath Primary has been awarded the School Games Award for 21/22. It has been fantastic to see students develop both in P.E lessons and at school games competitions https://t.co/yFmXM7pfVP
@washwoodheath - 23 Jun
Today year 5 competed in volleyball as part of our competition, was fantastic to see each country work as a team and show fantastic communication! https://t.co/3hK2QjXHd0
@washwoodheath - 23 Jun
Yesterday we continued with our competition. Year 4 played Kwik cricket, Year 1 competed in gymnastics and Year 2 had a go at tails, linking their movements to tag rugby! https://t.co/OG1QHlWNap
@washwoodheath - 23 Jun
In Year 4, we have created stamps using string and carboard to create texture. https://t.co/xjrYVuuy77
@washwoodheath - 21 Jun
As part of sport week, we are competing in a league. Each year group has been split into countries and is working hard in their P.E lessons to score points for their team! Today was reception and Year 3's turn! https://t.co/71ENrqsTQC
@washwoodheath - 21 Jun
This week is national sport week and to kick the week off a group of year 5 girls took part in a football tournament against the other WHMAT primary schools. It was fantastic to see the girls get stuck in & display excellent teamwork! https://t.co/BPEiCvEdOv