Welton CE Academy is a warm and welcoming Church of England primary school in the village of Welton near Daventry. We are a small school where the aptitudes and abilities of every individual child are known and valued.
Learning is at the heart of all that we do, and we continually strive to excite and motivate our pupils through a rich and inspiring curriculum. We are able to offer a caring, happy and stimulating environment in which all of our pupils can learn, thrive and achieve their full potential.
As a Church of England academy within the Diocese of Peterborough, we are proud to have a strong, productive and supportive relationship with St Martin’s Church. Our strong Christian ethos and values promote our excellent spiritual, moral and cultural development of our pupils.
Being part of the David Ross Education Trust means that our pupils have access to a range of enrichment and sporting opportunities and resources that many schools outside the Trust are unable to offer. These learning experiences aim to motivate and encourage young people to develop their passions and discover their talents.
We believe that parental interest and involvement in our school is a vital factor in the educational development of our children. Alongside providing academic excellence and outstanding opportunities, building a strong community encourages our pupils to leave school as well-rounded individuals and valued members of society.
I hope that this gives you an insight into life at Welton, and shows why we are widely recognised as an outstanding school. If you would like to see our school in action, please contact the school office to arrange a visit and I would be delighted to show you around.
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