Reception Bubble Closure – Tuesday 23 March 20:30pm

It is with great regret that we must close the Reception bubble (all 3 classes) with immediate effect. It will reopen on after the Easter break on Tuesday 06 April.
We recognise that the timing of this announcement is unfortunate, but we have acted within minutes of finding out we have a positive case in Reception. Children in Reception must isolate for 10 days from now (please follow Government guidelines) up to 23:59 on Friday 02 April 2021.
Any siblings in other year groups may still attend school (until Friday 26 March).
If your child presents with any symptoms, you must follow the Government guidelines and all members of your household must isolate until a negative PCR test is received.  School must be notified of any test results.
Thank you for your understanding.
Whole School Reopening 08 March 2021
Remote Learning – January 2021

Here are our Covid-19 Risk Assessments which are updated regularly:

Our covid-19 risk assessment

Should I send my child to school?

“All staff and children should stay at home if they are unwell with a new cough or high temperature to avoid spreading infection to others.  Entire families or households of more than one person should isolate together for 10 days if one of them displays either of these symptoms.  If possible you should not go out to buy food or essentials.”

Should I send my child to school? – 17.09.2020

Waterloo Primary Academy

Welcome from the Headteacher; Mr Mark Hamblett

It is my pleasure to welcome you to Waterloo Primary Academy. I hope visiting our website will provide you with an insight into our vibrant, creative and happy school and the exciting journey we’re on to become recognised as an outstanding provider of primary education.

We are committed to ensuring all our children thrive during their time at Waterloo and that they leave prepared for their future success at secondary school and beyond.

Mark Hamblett, Headteacher

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Our Teachers
September 2020

Our teachers would like to introduce themselves to you and let you know where they’re going to be teaching in September.  There is a letter here too which explains where our current classes will be moving to in the autumn term.

Have a look at our video below:

Class structures for September 2020

Our teachers would like to introduce themselves to you and let you know where they're going to be teaching in September! Visit the school website to read a letter about where our classes are moving to in the autumn term 🙂

Posted by Waterloo Primary Academy on Sunday, 5 July 2020

Starting Reception in
September 2020?

Usually at this time of year, we would be welcoming our new Reception starters into school to meet the teachers and see their classroom. It’s really sad that we can’t do that this year. Instead, our Reception teachers have introduced themselves on a video. Please share with anyone you know has got a little one starting with us this year, this link is also on our Facebook page @Waterloo Primary Academy. We know it isn’t the same, not much is at the moment, but we hope to relieve some anxiety by bringing the teachers and classrooms to you instead. Have a look at our video below:

Welcome to Reception, September 2020

Our Reception teachers introduce themselves and show you around their classrooms. We hope you enjoy our little film

Posted by Waterloo Primary Academy on Wednesday, 1 July 2020

Welcome to Waterloo Primary Academy

We hope you enjoy browsing our website, if there’s something you would like to ask, please contact us, we’re always happy to talk!