Wilson Primary School, Wilson Road, Reading RG30 2RW
Wilson Primary School
Tel: 0118 937 5573
inclusion & safeguarding
At Wilson Primary School we take pride in reflecting the diversity of the community our pupils are part of.
The staff, governors, pupils and parents work together to make Wilson Primary a happy, welcoming place
where children and adults can develop into confident and successful learners who are ready to meet the challenges of the future.
By consistently focusing on the quality of teaching and learning at Wilson Primary, all groups of children are given the opportunity to develop and meet their potential including those who have been identified as having additional needs.
We are committed to narrowing the attainment and progress gaps between SEND and non-SEND pupils.
At Wilson we learn how to become responsible and caring people. We learn about and respect other people’s beliefs and values.
We learn to try our best, understand our feelings and our place in the world.
We learn to make good choices and think about how our choices affect others.
We work together to create a happy school. We recognise and celebrate our similarities and differences.
WE learn about our culture, our history, our language and that of others.
We celebrate democracy, the rule of law, individual freedom, mutual respect and tolerance
Each area has a symbol and the children of Wilson have carefully matched these symbols to the displays around school. See if you can match the symbols to the areas above and keep your eyes open around school to see what we have been learning in SMSC.
Able, Gifted & Talented
We use the term ‘gifted and talented’ to refer to pupils from the top 5-10% of their cohort. Gifted refers to pupils who achieve or have the ability to achieve a level significantly in advance of their year group in one or more subjects in the national curriculum. Talented refers to pupils who have the ability or potential in art, music or PE. The Able, Gifted and Talented coordinator is Miss Charnock. It is her role to ensure that these children are identified and that provision is in place to allow them to reach their full potential.