Wrenbury Community Primary School was established in 1876. The splendid Grade II building still exists, although it has been extended over the years. The first extension to the existing building was completed in 1987, which resulted in two new infant classroom bases, a communal work area, an infant cloakroom and indoor toilets for pupils and staff. The extension was sympathetically designed and has greatly enhanced the building. Much work has been undertaken in the old building to update its appearance and care is taken to create an environment, which is stimulating and attractive.
As we start the 2018-19, there are five classroom bases. In addition, we now have Little Wrens, our 3-4 year old provision in the school building. The school has a multi-purpose hall, fully equipped with P.E. apparatus and the base for our before and after school provision, The Nest. The staffroom is positioned on a second floor, with a wonderful view over the school's grounds towards the village and, looking beyond, to the fields that make our school setting so fantastic.
The grounds are extensive for a small school. There are two sports fields one with a large piece of climbing equipment for KS2 pupils; the other boasts a trim trail and a traversing wall (new for September 2018). A hard-core area, surrounds the building allowing for all age play. There are three distinct nature areas on the site including a wildlife area with a pond; a woodland and an area fondly called 'The Forest'. A garden area completes our outdoor learning spaces.
In addition to the main building, we have School House, where French and music lessons take place and which also offers space for professional meetings.
The school has use of the multi-use sports facility adjacent to the school field, and the village tennis courts.
The sketch was drawn by Ed Forshaw, a former Chair of Governors.