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School Closure Information

The staff and governors at The Minster Primary School wish all of our school families the very best at this time.  Take care of yourselves and stay safe.

Any questions relating to the current situation must be emailed to:

advice@minster.wilts.sch.uk

We will respond as soon as possible.

 

Learning

Children have received learning packs from school and there will also be learning activities on DB Primary - all children have logins for this. 

From Monday 20th April teachers will upload daily learning activities onto the DB Primary class pages. These will be available from 9am every week day.

We will post additional learning resouces below for children and parents to access at home.

There are lots of great resources on Twinkl.co.uk

 

 

Welcome to The Minster C.E. Primary School

SECURE AND HAPPY, LEARNING TOGETHER IN A SAFE NUTURING COMMUNITY GUIDED BY OUR GOD.

'WHEN YOU GO THROUGH DEEP WATERS I WILL BE WITH YOU.' ISIAIH 43:2

 

Our value for the term is

SERVICE

'But as for you, be strong and do not give up, for your work will be rewarded.'

2 Chronicles 15:7

 

We will also be learning about the British Value

TOLERANCE

 

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Minster School is in Emwell Street, at the western end of the town with a catchment area that includes the village of Upton Scudamore. At present an average of about 219 children attend the school, coming from all areas of Warminster.

The school stands in a lovely garden setting in an elevated position looking over the town. The main building, dating from 1882, contains four classrooms for years 4, 5 and 6, a number of group working rooms and the school library.  Reception and years 1,2 and 3 work in a brand new building (opened in February 2016). The main entrance to the school and offices are also in this building. We have a stand-alone superb activities hall which provides fantastic opportunities for physical education and drama, and is also used by the community.

The grounds comprise of a playing field with many well-established trees, ornamental gardens and a very old weeping ash which forms the backdrop to the playground. We are currently developing outdoor classrooms for Reception/year 1,  Year 2/3 and a key stage 2 learning area.

The school is a voluntary-controlled Church of England school, with close links with the Minster Church. There is a strong ethos of caring and children are taught to respect and care for each other and to follow an agreed code of values and behaviour. The Minster School is committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and has robust child protection procedures.  The school was recognised as a ‘good’ school by Ofsted in September 2018 and 'outstanding by SIAMs in June 2015.

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