St James' CE Primary School is a well-loved little school in the heart of Wetherby.
St James' CE Primary is proud to be a happy and healthy place to learn: 'Pupils say that they are safe and enjoy school. Behaviour is good and pupils take pride in their work. Pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is a strength of the school.' (Ofsted, 2017)
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"I really liked the Explorers topic. My favourite part was when we had a debate about deforestation."
Ceyda, Year 5
"I love writing because half of the time we use our imagination. I also really like writing because every time I do it, it improves."
Jacob, Year 4
"I am in happy in school because I know I am safe."
Emily, Year 3
"I loved the Explorers topic because a visitor came to show us his photographs of different animals."
Erin, Year 3
"In Maths we have learnt about measuring and converting measures. Maths is good fun!"
Hana, Year 4
"I enjoyed learning how to write for suspense because I came up with a lot of descriptive words for the atmosphere.
Rhianna, Year 5
"I have made the most progress in maths because I can now multiply and divide decimal numbers.
Abigail, Year 5
"I have loved learning about the Explorers topic and the rainforest because I learnt facts that I didn’t know before."
Macey, Year 6
"In Maths, I like trying new things and challenging myself."
Gabija, Year 6