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Warren Primary School

Warren Primary School, situated in the North West area of Chafford Hundred, is a happy, friendly school and an exciting place to learn. We have enthusiastic, talented and hardworking children, who are supported in their learning by an outstanding staff team, dedicated governors and very supportive parents. Our vision for Warren Primary School is to provide a safe, inspirational environment where children develop a life-long passion for learning and can fulfil their potential.

We are a community school catering for approximately 500 boys and girls, aged 3 to 11. The school building is modern, spacious and on a single level, allowing excellent access to all pupils and adults. Our existing facilities accommodate 16 classrooms, including a Foundation Unit and outside learning environment for our children in Nursery and Reception.

We benefit from two halls, a well-equipped ICT base, and a Hearing Impaired base for 18 hearing impaired children. We have extensive grounds with hard surface areas, a spacious playing field, adventure play equipment and forest school.

We are a two-form entry school with an intake of 60 children in each cohort. Our school currently consists of 14 mixed ability classes. Each year group consists of 2 classes, with two teachers who plan together to ensure pupils experience similar activities.

Our values of Willingness, Ambition, Resilience, Respect, Enthusiasm and Never giving up, permeate the life of our school, with staff, pupils, governors and parents working and learning together, sharing a common aim for all our children, to be the best that they can be, in our journey of building tomorrow today.

The school was last inspected by Ofsted in October 2014 when the overall effectiveness was judged to be good, with outstanding features in the areas of behaviour and safety. The Inspection Report said: ‘This is a good school. Standards are above average in reading, writing and mathematics. Pupils have very positive attitudes to learning. They want to do well.’ The full report is available on the school’s website.