“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!

International Evening

What a fantastic evening of entertainment and food…

We raised £317 from our non-school uniform day.


Congratulations are in order as we have now been awarded GOLD for our school games.  This reflects the tremendous amount of sporting activities and competitions that the children are involved in.  Our thanks to Miss Law, in particular, for organising these fantastic events – many during her weekends!

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!