The "Big Ask" - national survey


Many of our children are taking part in the ‘Big Ask’ national survey over the next couple of weeks. This is a national survey of children and young people aged between  4 - 17 years being led by the Children’s Commissioner, Rachel De Souza.  

We are participating as a school as we believe the voice of our children should be heard and this survey will help to shape their futures. 

For more information please follow this link:


Please ask your children about it - I am sure they will want to share their experience with you. 




CAMHS Newsletter


Letter from Public Health - Return to school and coronavirus

Please click on the link below to view communication from Dr Rupert Suckling to all parents/carers regarding the return to school and the role we all play in helping to reduce Coronavirus in our area.

Dr Rupert Suckling  - Director of Public Health - Letter to schools and parents April 21


End of Spring Term 2021

We are so proud of our children at Warmsworth Primary School and we wanted to celebrate this with them. Have a wonderful Easter break!



Red Nose Day 2021

Many thanks to all of our heroes and wearers of red for their fantastic contributions to Red Nose Day today, in total our school has raised :


Thank you!


Updated Covid-19 Advice: Symptoms


To reduce the transmission of Covid-19, you can now access a PCR Covid-9 test if you, or your child, has the following symptoms:


*Sore throat


*Sickness / stomach ache

*Aches and pains

*Feeling very tired with no good reason for this

*Runny nose / sneezing

*High temperature

*New continuous cough

*Loss or change to your sense of taste or smell


When making a booking, tick the box ‘your council have recommended you get a test', as always the household should isolate until a negative test result is received.


Red Nose Day 2021

11 March 2021

Dear Parent/Carer

This year we are really excited to be raising money for Red Nose Day 2021!  As one of the UK’s biggest fundraising events, Red Nose Day brings the entire nation together to raise life changing amounts of money and take on some of the world’s most pressing problems.

To raise money for this cause, we are inviting children to come to school on Friday 19 March 2021 in non-uniform, and asking that they dress as their hero. This could be a super hero, or an everyday hero, such as a critical worker. Alternatively, they can wear something red (this could be anything ranging between a small accessory all the way from head to toe in red.)

As this is a charity donation, we are unable to accept payment through the ParentPay system. Please send any donations to school with your child on the day.  Please be aware that no child will be excluded from taking part, if no donation is made.

All the money raised by the public is spent by Comic Relief to help people living incredibly tough lives, both at home in the UK and across the world's poorest countries. To learn more about how Comic Relief spends the money raised for Red Nose Day please visit 

We really appreciate your support and hope that you’ll have fun helping our school raise lots of money for Red Nose Day!

Mrs Train

*Please note; Red Nose Day and Sports Relief take place on alternate years, this year it is Red Nose Day.



Lateral Flow Testing

09th March 2021

Parents can now access asymptomatic Home Rapid Tests Kits and can collect from test sites or order home testing kits online – please click the link below for further information.

Further Information - Order Home Rapid Testing Kits

Thank you,

Mrs Train


A warm welcome back to all at Warmsworth Primary School - Monday 8th March 2021

26th February 2021

Dear Parents/Carers,

Following the government’s announcement on Monday 22nd February, we are looking forward to seeing all the children back into school on Monday 8th March 2021 and wanted to give you a quick update about our full return to school, to ensure it runs as smoothly as possible.  School is going to look very similar to how it did when we were fully open in the autumn term, with children remaining in year group bubbles and reducing contact with other bubbles within school, children arriving and leaving school at staggered times etc.

Start and end times of the school day

The one-way system is continuing to work well and we will continue to use this for as long as it is needed to reduce the risk of face-to-face contact between adults and children on entry and exit to school.

We have been asked to continue with staggered drop off and collection times to reduce the risk to parents, children and staff. We have staggered arrival times at 5 minute intervals, so please can I take this opportunity to remind everyone that punctuality is even more important than ever.

We are aware that for some parents (and registered child-minders) with more than one child at our school, this may mean that several different times have been allocated for each child’s arrival and collection. As before Christmas, please drop your children off at school in the order of the one-way system at the earliest start time and collect in the same order at the latest collection time.

The start and finish times for your child(ren)’s class is below. Please note there have been some changes to timings and all children will be in school by 9am. Parents and carers are expected to wear a mask (or visible lanyard if exempt) when on school premises, and to socially distance at drop-off and collection times, as well as on the journey to school. In line with government guidance, we ask that only one adult accompanies each child for drop off and collection to promote social distancing and that adults leave the premises immediately and do not congregate on school grounds.


Year group

Drop off time

Start time:

Collection time

F1 am

8.40- 8.45am at classroom door


11.45am from front playground

F1 pm

12.30pm  in front playground


3.30pm   from classroom door


8.45 - 8.50am at FS2 playground gate


3.10pm   at FS2 playground gate

Year 1

8.50 - 8.55 am at classroom door


3.15pm   at classroom door

Year 2

8.55 – 9.00 am at classroom door


3.20pm   at classroom door

Year 3

8.45 - 8.50am at classroom door


3.10pm   at classroom door

Year 4

8.50 - 8.55 am at classroom door


3.15pm   at classroom door

Year 5

8.55 – 9.00 am at classroom door


3.20pm   at classroom door

Year 6

8.55 – 9.00 am at classroom door


3.20pm   at classroom door


If your child is in years 3/4/5/6 and you have given written permission to allow them to leave school unaccompanied, your child(ren) will be released from their classroom exit. If your child attends wrap-around care, the Buttons staff will be expected to collect your child from their classroom doors at the times above.


We are still unable to use the dining halls for lunchtime, as we need to keep bubbles apart at all times in the day; consequently, children will continue to eat their lunch in classrooms instead. School meals will continue to be provided for those who wish to take them and there will be 2 hot options (meat/fish and vegetarian) and 2 cold sandwich options (meat and vegetarian).

What can my child bring to school?

Children will be expected to wear full school uniform and we continue to request that the children bring as little as possible to school - a jacket/coat (hat if needed), a water bottle, packed lunch (if they’re bringing one from home) and book bag, as needed. Children will be asked to come to school in their PE kits for the full day on their PE days – please ensure children wear school PE kit with a tracksuit if needed.

Children who are in years 4, 5 and 6, who have permission to walk home on their own, may bring a mobile phone to school, but there must be a signed agreement in place between home and school;  the children are then responsible for handing their phone into the office on arrival and collecting their phone for their journey home.


Please remember that from 8th March 2021 the government have stated that attendance is compulsory (unless your child is critically extremely vulnerable and shielding); however, your child must not attend if they have Covid-like symptoms and you must be available to collect your child if they begin to show symptoms in school.

In the case of a confirmed case of  Covid 19, parents will be expected to comply with Track and Trace if your child’s ‘bubble’ shuts down.


We are all looking forward to seeing you all again and having all the children back in school!

Thank you everyone again for all your continued support during these unusual times.


Mrs R. Train



Feedback from the Remote Learning Parent Survey - February 2021

We would like to thank all of you who have completed the Remote Learning Parent Survey, this has helped to provide us with valuable feedback which we have been able to use to improve our Remote Learning offer even further.

Please click on the link below to view a summary of the survey results along with feedback from the school

Remote Learning Parent Survey - Feedback February 2021.pdf


Following on from the Remote Learning Survey we found that some children were struggling to submit their learning on pdf format. Please find below a short video explaining how to do this.

Editing and Submitting Google Documents 



February Half Term Ideas - WC 15.02.21

 Doncaster Culture and Leisure Trust has some great ideas and links to activities for during half term, if you are looking for something to engage your child(ren) - please click on the link below to see what they have on offer:


Provision for Critical Workers and Vulnerable Children WC 22.02.21


09 February 2021

If you are a Critical Worker and you require the place to continue you must complete the follow the link below to the form, complete and return via email to  by 2pm on Wednesday 10th February 2021.

The form should also be completed by families with places for vulnerable children.


Click here for form for weeks commencing 22.02.21 and 01.03.21


Remote Learning Survey


Please complete the remote learning survey via the link below - this link can be accessed on mobile phones or any digital device. If you have more than one child in our school, please could you complete a separate form for each child.  

Remote Learning Survey 

Thank you

Mrs Train


Covid 19 within our school

24th January 2021

Please see below letters of importance regarding Covid 19 within our school.

Letter to parents/carers of children in Year 5 Bubble

Letter to parents/carers whole school



Provision for Critical Workers 25.01.21

18th January 2021


If you are a Critical Worker and require a place in school to facilitate your critical worker role please follow the link below to the form, complete and return via email to  by Wednesday 20th January 2021.


Form for weeks commencing 25.01.21, 01.02.21 and 08.02.21



Latest Weather Update

15th January 2021

Due to the continuing icy weather, and the safety of everyone, school will be closed to ALL pupils today. Learning for ALL pupils will be provided remotely on Google Classroom. We plan to open as normal on Monday morning. 



Latest Covid 19 Information

5th January 2021

Key Worker and Vulnerable children provision - further information

For children who have been allocated a place our school day will begin at 9:00 a.m. and will end at 3:30 p.m. For our Foundation Stage 1 children, session times are  9:00 - 12:00 for the am session, and 12:30 until 3:30 for the pm session. We will continue to use our one- way system, and children should be dropped off and picked up at their classroom door. We ask that children wear school uniform as usual, and we will add further details regarding P.E. days in due course. 


Key Worker and Vulnerable children provision

Further to the Prime Minister's announcement yesterday evening, please read the below letter and complete the form if required.  Forms must be completed by 2pm today and returned to

05.01.21 Letter from Mrs Train

05.01.21 Critical Worker Provision Form


4th January 2021

Move to remote education

Following the Prime Minister’s announcement this evening we have been notified by Doncaster Council that we now have to move to remote learning immediately for ALL pupils. We will be in contact with you all tomorrow to outline the booking system for the children of critical key workers and vulnerable children, and details of who is eligible, as required by the Department for Education. This provision will be implemented from Wednesday 6th January 2021. Thank you for your ongoing support and understanding during these difficult times.


3th January 2021

Covid 19 and January reopening

We hope you have had a peaceful Christmas. You will be aware that we have a planned training day on Monday 4th January, but we look forward to welcoming our children back into school on Tuesday 5th January.  Please see the letter below from Public Health Doncaster outlining their advice about our local situation regarding Covid 19 and school opening for the new term.

Letter from Public Health Doncaster


18th December 2020

Covid 19 and the Christmas holidays

As we enter the Christmas holidays, we are aware that some children may develop Covid 19 symptoms over the weekend of Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th December 2021 and may need to take a Covid test. 

If you child starts to exhibit these symptoms this weekend, Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th December 2021, please email us on the secretary email address: informing us of your child’s name, class, symptoms they are experiencing and when these symptoms started.

 If your child takes a Covid test as a result of these symptoms, please email as above detailing whether your child has received a positive or negative test result, as we are continuing to support the NHS Track and Trace service over the Christmas holidays and will let parents know of any cases which may affect their child and their class.


09th December 2020

Please see letter below regarding the new one way system to be in operation from Monday 14th December 2020.

One way system letter and plan


06th December 2020

Please see below letters of importance regarding Covid 19 within our school. 

Letter to parents/carers of children in 3JC

Letter to all parents/carers whole school


18th November 2020

Message from Doncaster Council:  

We are now under national restrictions. This means that you must stay at home unless you have to leave to go to work, buy essential items or take exercise with one other person

Childcare settings, schools and colleges remain open and children should attend unless they have any of the symptoms of Covid-19 in which case they should self-isolate and get a test immediately.

They symptoms are a high temperature, persistent cough or loss or change to sense of smell or taste.

It is important to remind all young people not to gather in groups on the way to and from school or to socialise together outside of school.

Remember to wash your hands regularly, wear a face covering when visiting essential shops or travelling on public transport and keep a safe space - stay two metres apart from people you do not live with.

Together we can help to reduce the spread of the virus – let’s do it for Doncaster. 


06th November 2020

Please see below letters of importance regarding Covid 19 within our school. 

Letter to parents/carers of children in F1AM and F1PM

Letter to all parents/carers whole school


September 2020

Please see below letters of importance regarding Covid 19 within our school. 

Letter to parents/carers of children in 3CP

Letter to all parents/carers whole school



Arrival and Collection to and from School

It is lovely to see all the children coming back to school this week . We are so impressed by the way they have all settled so quickly,  and adapted to the new routines – they are a credit to you all!

To enable us to keep everyone as safe as possible, we are relying on timings to be kept by both school staff and parents – I know this will get easier day by day,  as everyone becomes more familiar with the new routines.

In line with government guidelines, we have staggered both start and finish times, to keep parents and children as safe as possible; this should mean that there are only approx. 30 parents waiting at one collection point at any one time, as there would have been previously at a classroom door.

We appreciate that it can be difficult to arrive for a set time, however it has been suggested by several parents that if you are early, please could we ask you to wait on the opposite side of the road and keep the area by the collection points clear for the class that is exiting at that time.

Thank you for your continued support, we can make this work if we all work together.

Kind regards

Mrs Train


F1 am

8.45am  Main school gate

11.45am Main school gate

F1 pm

12.30pm  Main school gate

3.30pm   Main school gate


8.50am   Main school gate

3.10pm   Main school gate



8.55am    Main school gate

3.15pm   Main school gate


9am        Main school gate

3.20pm   Main school gate

1 AS

9.05am   Main school gate

3.25pm   Main school gate

2 VL

9.10am    Main school gate

3.30pm   Main school gate



9.15am     Main school gate

3.35pm   Main school gate

3 JC

8.50am   Driveway entrance 

3.10pm   Driveway entrance


3 CP

8.55am   Driveway entrance

3.15pm   Driveway entrance


4 JP

9am        Driveway entrance

3.20pm   Driveway entrance



9.05am     Driveway entrance

3.25pm   Driveway entrance


5 JT

9.10am    Driveway entrance 

3.30pm   Driveway entrance


5 HK

9.10am    Driveway entrance

3.30pm   Driveway entrance



9.15am   Driveway entrance

3.35pm   Driveway entrance



9.15am   Driveway entrance

3.35pm   Driveway entrance


Transition Videos

Please click on your child's year group below to view their transition video into the next year group in September 2020.

Foundation 1 -

Foundation 2 -

Year 1 -

Year 2 -

Year 3 -

Year 4 -

Year 5 -




Headteacher's Welcome

Welcome to our new school website and thank you for taking the time to find out more about us. I hope you find the site informative and that it gives you an insight into the ethos of our school and what we can offer your child. We will be adding more as the year goes by, so please visit us regularly!
Warmsworth Primary School was praised by Ofsted (March 2014), as 'outstanding in all areas'. Every effort is made to make learning fun, with a rich variety of learning experiences, both through the curriculum and as part of our extended school day. Our dedicated team of staff and governors are committed to ensuring that all our children achieve their full potential. Our aim is to establish and maintain high standards of learning and behaviour, in a caring and welcoming environment, to prepare your child for the future and give them the skills and enthusiasm to pursue learning for the rest of their lives.
We believe that the partnership between home and school is very important and constantly strive to strengthen this link. There are many opportunities for parents to become involved in the work of the school and we always encourage them to play an active role in their child's education. Parents' time and expertise is always valued.
Please feel free to contact us if you wish to find out any more about the school or to arrange a visit.
I look forward to meeting you.
Rachel Train (Headteacher) 

Home Learning During School Closures:


First and foremost, thank you to all of you who have been supportive of school during this unprecedented period. We appreciate that like us, a lot has been asked of you and your role as a parent through this pandemic, and we know that you are doing the best you can to support your children with their home learning during this period.  


Many of you have been in touch through the class email accounts to say that you have finished the activities set and would like some more learning to support and stretch your child further. The learning we set was put together by class teachers during the constrained period the government gave us prior to closure, and was designed to fill the time we would spend in school on each subject over the period of a fortnight.


Please continue to contact your class teacher during the period of the closure for any support or guidance, or just to remain in touch.


This is an unprecedented emergency situation, which is impacting on the whole world.  


We know that you are, and always will be, your child's primary educator and you know your child best; if they spend time digging in the dirt, baking cakes or watching television, that is OK.


As a school, we had very limited notice and very limited preparation time. We were not told to continue to plan lessons as normal and just send them home - that's not possible, so what we have sent home is guidance for what you could do with your child. There are many other things which are hugely valuable like spending time together reading, playing a game, baking, gardening and being outdoors; all of these are OK too.  


The home learning and website links we have provided are suggestions of what you could do with your child – we will continue to add further ideas and information on our Twitter page @WarmsworthPrim1, as we find them, so please have a look.


We appreciate that your main role through this situation we face is to look after yourself and your family. Minimising stress is absolutely vital for everyone in a time like this - don't let home learning be something that stresses you and your family.


We will be making contact with every child at some point during our school closure – we want to keep in touch and know that you are all safe and well!


If there is anything further we can do to support you and your child’s education, don’t hesitate to get in touch via the class email link, but please don’t forget that maintaining a healthy mental wellbeing during this time is just as important.

From all the staff at Warmsworth Primary School


Last update: 2021-05-12


Latest School Calendar Events

KS2 Assessments10May2021

9:00 am - 14 may, 3:30 pm

Mon-Thurs 9-3.30pm Fri 9-12.00pm

Year 1 Sports24May2021

9:30 am - 11:45 am

Year 5 Sports24May2021

1:20 pm - 3:10 pm

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