Wilmcote CofE (Voluntary Aided) Primary School, Church Road, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 9XD, UK


Wilmcote CE (VA) Primary School

We work better when we work together "Follow me and I will make you Fishers of Men" Matthew 4:19




If your child is in Year 6, then you have until Monday 31 October to submit your application for their secondary school place. There’s a range of useful information on the Warwickshire County Council website to help you apply, including a list of all local schools, a priority area map and a handy video to help you make realistic choices of schools.

For these and guidance on how to apply, visit https://www.warwickshire.gov.uk/applying-secondary-school-place. 


Residential - Children in Owl class went on their class residential last weekend and had great fun with a wide variety of different activities. Here are some photos...

Tennis Tournament - As a continuation of National School Sports Week and during the first few days of Wimbledon, children from Owl class visited Henley Tennis Club to take part in some tennis fun & games


Mother's Day Art - Every item unique, individual and priceless!

Taming place values - units, tens, hundreds and thousands!

Learning the Glockenspiel..

Whilst studying the Chinese Shang dynasty, the children in Owl class made some 'Oracle Bones' and a case to keep them in


Amy Smith: Commonwealth, European & Olympic Swimmer:

We were delighted to welcome the Olympic finalist, Commonwealth & European medallist swimmer, Amy Smith to school.

The aim of the sponsored sport event was to inspire the children to take up sport and lead a healthy lifestyle, but just as importantly to encourage them to discover and then pursue their passion in life, whatever that may be!

When Amy was 7 years old, she was scared of water and her parents decided that it was time for her to learn to swim and although it took several weeks for her to actually get in the water, once she did, she has never looked back!

Amy led a sports workshop with the children and an assembly talking about her career and the challenges she faced along the way.  Despite several disappointments in some competitions she persevered and this resilience paid off.

She talked about training for, winning and showing us her Commonwealth and European Championship medals.  She also spoke about the fantastic support from the home crowd when she took part in the London 2012 Olympics.

Amy reminded us that swimming is such an important life skill which may save your life one day! 

Monies raised from the sponsored sports event will go towards new sports equipment for school.