Learning is fun and we achieve our best in a happy, caring, secure environment where excellence is at the heart of all we do.
Dear Parents, Carers and Visitors,
I am delighted to welcome you to White Mere Primary School’s website and trust that you will find the information on it both very useful and interesting.
As the newly appointed headteacher, I feel very excited about the possibilities for the school as we look to build on recent successes and develop and expand the opportunities for all children in our care.
Each child is unique and, by taking the time to get to know them and their delightful character, our aim is to offer every child the chance to fulfil their potential both academically and personally. This can only be achieved by ensuring we educate the ‘whole child’, meaning we strive to offer both high quality teaching and exciting, stimulating experiences.
Alongside our committed and passionate teaching team, we are fortunate to have a very supportive and driven governing body, an active and successful PTA and, most importantly, a wonderful set of pupils who are at the very heart of White Mere Primary School.
Should you have any questions about our school, or if you would like to come and visit to find out more about us, please do not hesitate to get in touch with me – I would love to meet you and show you around!
White Mere Community Primary School
Sherburn Way, Wardley, Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, NE10 8BA
Tel: 0191 438 5008
Clare Trainor / Caroline Nicholson (Admin Assistants)
Explore our Year Groups
Go to our Calendar page for full listing.
Attendance for the period 06/11/2017 – 10/11/2017
- Reception 98.4%
- Year 1 98.1%
- Year 2 98.4%
- Year 3 97.8%
- Year 4 97.0%
- Year 5 98.0%
- Year 6 98.3%
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