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A message from the Principal

Welcome to the Wyndham Primary Academy website. We hope you find it informative and that it encourages you to want to find out more from us. We are a Primary Academy in Alvaston Derby, occupying a wonderful building which started life as a separate Infant and Junior School. We have an active community that plays a supporting role in helping children to reach their full potential.

We have a strong ethos based upon  - ‘Working together to achieve personal greatness’. We aim to provide your child with an education that is filled with opportunities and experiences that instil a lifelong love of learning.
We pride ourselves on the warm welcome all visitors receive.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Angela O’Brien


A message from the Head of School

We welcome you to Wyndham Primary Academy to see for yourself what a warm and friendly school we are.

Your children will learn in a positive and caring atmosphere where they will be encouraged and supported to reach their full potential. Together within a secure nurturing atmosphere your children will grow in confidence and will understand what it is to lead safe and healthy lives.At Wyndham we are committed to an inclusive and creative curriculum that meets the needs of all learners. We are very lucky to have an extremely dedicated and supportive staff who work very hard to provide the best opportunities for all our pupils in a safe and happy school environment.  We aim to build the skills, knowledge and positive attitudes necessary to help all our pupils become responsible, respectful and tolerant citizens of the future.

We firmly believe in a home/school partnership and the positive support of our parents and the wider community is very important to us all and we maintain an open and welcoming environment where we can work in partnership for the benefit of our pupils.

Paula Baines-Chambers