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Widey Court Primary School

Widey Court Primary School develops well-rounded children, where learning experiences are constructed through a rich and varied curriculum offer. 

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Address:Widey Court Primary School
Widey Lane
Telephone number: 01752 773909
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Our vision is for all children to receive an outstanding education, to receive the very best teaching and support to achieve our best together.

Our School Aims

  • We enable children to make great progress.
  • We provide equal opportunities for all learners.
  • We engage, motivate and develop curious children.
  • We create responsible citizens.
  • We educate and empower children to develop a healthy and happy lifestyle through body and mind.
  • We prepare children for the digital world.

Our Breakfast Club

Our Breakfast club runs from 7:30am - 8:40am everyday, and is open to all Widey Court Primary School pupils.

Breakfast will be served from 7:30 am until 8:20 am (if you book the short session from 8:20am, this does not include the offer of breakfast for your child).

A healthy breakfast menu will be available everyday, and the children can choose their breakfast when they arrive. Food offered will include:

  • Cereal with semi-skimmed milk or oat milk (e.g. Cornflakes/Rice Krispies)
  • Fruit
  • Toast - with Jam/Butter
  • Drink (milk or water)

Gluten and dairy free options will also be available.

Our After School Club

Our After School Club operates on Monday to Friday, 3:00pm - 6:00pm, and is open to all Widey Court Primary School pupils.

Snacks will be offered to the children at the beginning of the session, and will be available to all children who are booked in. The snacks offered include things like:

  • Scotch pancakes
  • Waffles
  • Raisins
  • Fruit
  • Breadsticks
  • Rice cakes
  • Rich tea biscuits
  • Water

Gluten free options will also be available.

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Age range
  • Primary - 5 to 11 years

  • Based: Plymouth
    Childcare Type:
    • School
    Age ranges:
    • Primary school - 5 to 11 years

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