“Pupils have a passion for learning and take great pride in their achievements” (Ofsted 2015).  “An outstanding school (where) high expectations coupled with a relentless ambition to be even better ensure that everyone aims for the stars!” (Ofsted 2009).


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Welcome to the Wye Primary School Website!

Thank you so much for your lovely gifts, amazing cards and all your visits to say good bye.  I have had an amazing 23 years – I will miss Lady J.


Ali Baba and the Bongo Bandits Link

Well done Year 6 – Ali Baba was superb!!!

Ufton and Fletcher2But it’s not just all about Mr Grout…

Our lovely Mrs Ufton & Mrs Fletcher were getting some practice in today as we celebrated their retirement with a special lunch.

and they’re off!!!!

Mr Grout and Mrs Showler turn into Kevin and Gill as they ride off into the sunset!!!

Click here for a quick look

We’re going to miss you…

We had a special assembly to celebrate Mr Grout’s 23 years.  He had staff visitors who had been at the school in 1993 when he started, plus some other younger visitors…  here are just some of the pictures…    

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Who was Lady Joanna Thornhill?

Wye is a popular village school, founded by Lady Joanna Thornhill who was lady-in-waiting to Catherine of Braganza, wife of Charles II. She was the great granddaughter of Sir Richard Grenville and widow of Colonel Richard Thornhill of Olantigh in Wye. When she died in 1708, Lady Joanna left an endowment ‘for the benefit of the poorest children of Wye for their better education.’ And so began Lady Joanna Thornhill’s (Endowed) Primary School!