Wembley Primary offers a comprehensive range of opportunities to encourage students to build on their personal strengths. This develops their self concept, resilience and confidence to attempt new things and to have the opportunity to work with other students.
It is with a great deal of pride that the staff, students and parents welcome you to the Wembley Primary School community. Wembley Primary School, established in 1936, has a tremendous tradition of academic excellence, community support and the provision of a wide range of opportunities to develop the skills, interest and knowledge of all children in our care.
Wembley Primary School strives to provide a learning environment that is underpinned by a strong set of values. As a staff we work together to develop in students the values that will stand them in good stead for the future. Our aim is for students to develop positive relationships, to be accepting of difference, to appreciate the environment and to be respectful. We believe there is a positive tone and spirit evident immediately when walking into Wembley Primary School, with children, staff and parents proud of the school’s achievements.
We all join in wishing you a happy and successful time as part of our school community.
The Great Wembley Fete was a great success due to the efforts of the whole school community. A huge crowd enjoyed browsing through the amazing plant, craft, toys, cakes, jams, books and clothing stalls, to name a few. A definite highlight was the variety of food stalls with everyone enjoying Indian curries, Mexican, pasta and pizzas, lamb spit roasts and cakes throughout the day.
The famous Bad Taste Day, an annual fundraiser for the student Graduation, is a popular day with the staff and students. Numerous fun activities include the Water Wall, Coins Slides, Horror House, Karaoke, Pillow Exercises, Sponge Throwing, Flour Blowing, Face Painting and many more. Students and staff dress up in their worst bad taste outfits for the day.
The Great Wembley Paper Plane Fly-off encouraged students to design and construct a paper plane which can fly the furthest. The winners of each class fly-off were invited to participate in the final.