Wilton CE

Primary School

Everyone Belongs, Everyone Achieves.






Nothing should ever go unchallenged, be brave and challenge yourself

Treat everyone as you wish to be treated

Love for god, love for each other, love for learning

Have the highest aspirations of yourself and others, never give up

Listen to one another, everyone is unique, everyone has a voice

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                         Welcome to our Thrive Page!            


We are delighted to inform you that we have become a Thrive accredited School which means that we use a whole-school Thrive approach to support all our children's social and emotional development.  We have two trained Thrive practitioners working in School - Mrs Davis our SENDCo and Mrs Challoner our EYFS Teaching Assistant, who work alongside school staff to assess whole classes, groups or individuals and to identify activities and strategies which can be used to support children's development.  Please read the attached "Welcome to Thrive" document, which explain the Thrive Approach in more detail.  We would welcome any questions that you might have - please contact Mrs Davis or Mrs Challoner for more information.  You can find more information at The Thrive Approach website.  www.thriveapproach.com 


We will be posting activities and strategies which you might like to use at home, so please come back regularly to see these.



                              Mrs Bev Davis                      Mrs Debbie Challoner

                                                       Licensed Thrive Practitioners



Welcome to Thrive

 Are you tired of hearing the words "I'm bored"?  Try these activities in the last week of the holiday to 

 help you all through! 


If you are looking for some inspiration of things to do to encourage your children outside over the holidays, have a look at these ideas.

We have heard from some parents that their child is feeling anxious about coming back in to school next Monday.  It's not surprising!  Your children have been amazing - they have had to get used to a completely new way of working at home, spend more time indoors over the winter months for longer periods of time, and haven't been able to socialize with their family and friends.  Coming back to school after 2 months might be challenging for some children.  Talk to them and reassure them that lots of children (and staff!) will be feeling the same way.  Below are a few ideas of things that you could say to them, or activities to do with them, to help them feel less anxious.  There is also a Primary Back to School booklet which you might like to print out and work through with them.  

Back to school Primary document

Activities to try at home