Northwich Road, Weaverham, Northwich CW8 3BD

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Helping all our children fulfil their potential in every way is at the heart of our comprehensive and innovative education programme.

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Pupil Premium

Children from lower-income families are making great strides at Weaverham Primary Academy thanks to the Government's Pupil Premium funding.

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Our determination to provide pupils with the best possible education can only be delivered by the best possible staff...

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Inspire, Nurture, Flourish

At Weaverham Primary Academy, we aim to inspire every child to develop a love of learning.

We nurture every child, enabling them to flourish and achieve their very best.

Our vision puts children first. When children enjoy all aspects of school and are enthusiastic, independent learners they gain the most from their education.

We believe this climate for success is delivered through the creation of equal partnership between children, parents and the school.

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Our Classes

Weaverham Pre-School

Welcome to Weaverham Pre School (formerly Weaverham Forest Pre School)…

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Robin Class

Welcome to Reception and Year 1, Robin Class…

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Kingfisher Class

Welcome to Years 2 and 3, Kingfisher Class…

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Skylark Class

Welcome to Years 4 and 5, Skylark Class…

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Swan Class

Welcome to Year 6, Swan Class…

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Recent Blog


Bike Ability

I am so proud of Swan class this week. We had children supporting each other in class, children volunteering to lend bikes to one another for bike ability and someone even tried to help a friend build up their confidence on a bike after school. However, our most rewarding moment this week was when two […]


Theatre Trip- Railway Children

Tuesday saw Skylark class jump on a bus and drive a couple of miles up the road to the Grange Theatre to watch The Railway Children performed by the students of The Grange School. We were lucky enough to sit extremely close to the stage- and were able to admire the stage and the set […]


Caterpillars creep into Kingfisher Class

So this week as usual has been a busy one in our class. We have seen two birds nests ( empty you’ll be pleased to know) , started writing our ‘lost’ story – learned about capacity and volume, begin reading a new book “Stig of the Dump” a classic children’s book by Clive King and […]