Learn to live We prepare our pupils for an adult life in a changing world, and as such we seek to equip our children for the future. The values and learning skills they develop complement the knowledge they encounter. We want them to excel in school and in life.
Love to Learn We aim to inspire every child – whatever their abilities – so they love to learn. We want them to achieve their very best, challenging them to be fascinated by lessons and subjects and to make a valuable contribution to the Walkwood community.
Live to love We look to our pupils to take into their lives beyond our school an outlook that allows then to love the experiences, people and spirituality that they find. In doing so they live to love the world and its people, and consider the love of a Creator.
Aiming for outstanding We are a school that is never complacent and aims to be wholly outstanding, not by doing exceptional projects, but my doing the small things exceptionally well. We do know that we shall never be perfect, be we aspire to be the best we can be.

18th & 19th October: Open Days- bookings made by calling Reception

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11th October- Open Evening

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29th September- Year 5 parents' Afternoon Tea for Macmillan Cancer Support

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11th September- Year 5 welcome service at The Bridge Church

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11th September: Pupil photographs will be taken this morning

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Half Term Value is: Friendliness

Monthly Virtue: Happiness

Weekly Assembly Theme: Harvest

The result of the outstanding leadership at Walkwood is that, in line with the school’s motto, each member of the school community is challenged, encouraged and nurtured to “love to learn, learn to live and live to love”.

Key to the school’s vision is that every individual is created in the image of God, and from this belief springs the school’s outstanding attention to individual needs, both academic and pastoral.  

The school’s inclusive Christian ethos ensures that children have an outstanding understanding of and respect for difference and diversity.

The inclusive vision of the school ensures that all children are supported in their personal well-being and academic achievement.

The curriculum that students follow provides exciting and memorable experiences, including through a wide range of enrichment activities and clubs.

A brilliant effort from the year 8 team who were unlucky to lose 2-1 to Ridgeway in the semi final to 2 late goals. #TeamWalkwood 

@IpsleyAcademy Well played Ipsley, your girls were superb.

Superb effort from all schools involved with tonight’s y6 tournament.Walkwood beat StBedes 3-1 in the final to beco… https://t.co/XxRiSsvtw3