Together we learn, achieve and succeed.   Wheatfield Primary School opened its doors in September 2014 with  Sunflower Class, a class for 4-5 year olds. Wheatfield Primary School is a brand new school lying in the heart of the community serving pupils and families in the Winnersh area of Wokingham. We believe in developing the individual child through excellent learning and teaching and offering a rich and diverse curriculum to engage and motivate all. We have excellent facilities to support our curriculum and the overall experience of each child.


Wheatfield Primary School is a brand new school lying in the heart of the community serving pupils and families in the Winnersh area of Wokingham. We believe in developing the individual child through excellent learning and teaching and offering a rich and diverse curriculum to engage and motivate all. We have excellent facilities to support our curriculum and the overall experience of each child.

We belong to the GLF group of schools where children ‘grow, learn and flourish’ and we are committed to academic excellence, outstanding pastoral care and developing the individual child. Children will be admitted into our Reception/F2 class, of up to 30 children, each year. Every following year the school will increase its age range, adding an additional year group until it is an all through primary school with 210 pupils by September 2020.  Wheatfield Primary School opens its doors in September 2015 with  Sunflower Class, a class for 4-5 year olds.

Working for Us

So, what are the benefits of working for a school in the GLF family of schools? We are a group of schools rooted in providing the best possible education for children and we are not motivated by ‘making a profit’. This means we enable each Headteacher and their team of leaders to ensure that the work of their school is of the highest standard allowing children and young people to have high aspirations. We continually offer excellent CPD opportunities as well as supported career development across the family of schools. Over the past three years, we have trained and developed 15 leaders who have been promoted to headship, deputy headship, assistant headship and school business managers. Our family of schools regularly network and collaborate to share insight, expertise and best practice not only within our own family but also beyond. (For example last term, Glyn School hosted an Independent Thinking ‘Big Day Out’, where some of the UK’s leading educational innovators, thinkers, authors and practitioners came together to share ideas, insights and strategies.) 

As a part of GLF Schools, you will have access to a huge network of support including:

  -     Support challenge meetings

-      Data analysis and target setting

-      Ofsted preparation

-     Coaching and support for teachers

-     Leadership development

-     Middle leadership

-     Leadership Review

-     Mock Ofsted

-     Regular Forums

 Headteachers, School Business Managers, Leading Practitioners, Outstanding Teachers, NQTs, English, Science, Maths...and more We welcome teachers of the highest standard, who are enthusiastic, motivated and knowledgeable in order to provide an environment that facilitates developed learning. 

Local Area

Wokingham Property and Architecture

Wokingham is a quintessential old English Market town much of its history can be seen in some of the fantastic architecture throughout the town. The historic town hall stands on the site of the original Guildhall, with further examples of historic buildings including the Old Rose Inn, which was constructed in 1848 coupled with the Parish Church of All Saints which combines elements of construction from the 12th, 15th and 19th centuries.

The town’s period property stock is typically concentrated around the central areas of Broad Street, Peach Street, Denmark Street, Shute End and the many tributaries of the same.

However much of the town has been developed within the last 80 years and moreover from the 1960’s onwards. Examples of more recent housing can be found in such areas as The Lilacs, The Woodlands and Hampshire Way to the west and south west whilst in areas such as Cranford Pines to the North off of the Old Forest road you will find examples of brand new  speculatively built modern accommodation.

Wokingham Shopping and Entertainment

The mainstay of the ample array of amenities within the town can be found in and around the area of Broad Street including local independent stores and boutiques as well as a number of national high street chainstores such as WHSmiths, Boots and Marks & Spencer together with various newsagents and a post office. 

The town is well served by a vast array of pubs and restaurants offering a large variety of cuisine spanning from your typical ‘pub grub’ through to Indian, Italian, Chinese, Mediterranean and seafood, amongst others, ensuring that all palates are catered for.

Whilst the larger local Supermarkets include Morrisons off of Woosehill, Waitrose off of Rectory Road and Tesco off of Finchampstead Road.

Wokingham Leisure and Parks

Despite its nearness to the capital the district is renowned for its woodlands, rivers and private isolated villages.  The town is well served with several open spaces which house all manner of facilities including children’s play areas and football pitches, together with various golf courses. 

There are a several country parks within the borough, Keephatch Park is situated on the north eastern border of Wokingham and offers a 9 hectare local nature reserve, and to the south west you will find Heathlake, which is a Site of Special Scientific Interest owing to its 7 acre acid lake which encourages the growth of several rare plant species.

To complement the range of outdoor activities on offer in and around Wokingham there is a Harpers Gym within the St Crispin’s Leisure Centre which provides a 50 station Fitness Suite, Sports and Aerobics Halls together with Squash and Tennis Courts as well as the Carnival pool. Virgin also have an Active Health Club in the town centre.

Local Train Stations

Wokingham Railway Station 

Wokingham Local Authorities

Wokingham falls within the Wokingham Borough Council boundary which is responsible for delivery services throughout the area.

Council Responsibilities

Local councils are responsible for all council services and duties which include social services, housing, education planning, refuge collection and much more.

Council Tax Rates for Wokingham Borough Council

Not everyone pays the same level of council tax and there are a range of ways in which you may qualify for a reduction in the annual charge for more information with regards to possible discounts please visit the Directgov website.

Headteacher's Welcome

Welcome to Wheatfield Primary School and thank you for expressing an interest in us. Choosing a school for your child is one of the most important decisions you will have to make and we hope the information on this website along with a visit to the school and an opportunity to talk to the Headteacher will provide you with all the information you need to choose Wheatfield Primary.

I am really pleased to be the Head Teacher of the second GLF Academy School in Wokingham. I am thrilled to welcome our first 27 pupils to Sunflower Class and to be part of their educational journey.

We are a new primary school in a brand new building, purpose built for children aged 4 to 11 years. We are a small school where all children are known, valued and their individual needs recognised and met. Our maximum number on roll is 210.

We currently have one Reception Class.  In September 2015 we will have a Reception class and one Year 1 class. Each year the school will increase its age range, adding an additional year group until it is an all through primary school.

Our curriculum has been developed to excite and motivate children with a range of topics and projects that are of interest to them and to which they can fully contribute to so that their learning is engaging, interactive and fun. We start with 'Wonderful, Marvellous Me!'

Our aim is to develop learning skills for life and creative, independent thinkers and together we will Learn, Achieve and Succeed.

We interpret learning in its widest sense and developing personal and social skills are integral to all we do so that our children are happy, responsible citizens of the future who can actively contribute to society.

As an Academy within GLF Schools we benefit from sharing outstanding resources and support in every aspect of school life from learning and teaching to staffing and educational expertise.

In addition we work closely with Wokingham Borough Council to meet the needs of our local community.

Teaching and Learning at Wheatfield Primary School


Together we learn, achieve and succeed

At Wheatfield Primary we have a creative curriculum that engages and motivates children. We want our children to be inspired and to actively participate in all aspects of the curriculum from number to drama and role play to science.

Our curriculum allows children to develop and apply the skills they need to contribute positively to society. We offer an engaging and exciting curriculum for all our children, encouraging the children to lead their own learning and develop a sense of curiosity and wonder about the world around them.

We believe parents and carers play a vital role in the education of their children and welcome parental involvement in all aspects of school life.  We encourage parents, carers and other stake holders.


GLF Schools

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GLF Schools aspires to create a group of academies that have a reputation for delivering an outstanding education for all children and students.
Whilst operating as a part of a family, each school exists in its own right maintaining its own unique characteristics and individual identity.
Whilst each school serves to meet the needs of its local community, all are united in their core purpose of providing an outstanding educational experience.

We are confident that GLF Schools has the capacity to support any school in its improvement journey, no matter its present context. We are passionate about helping schools achieve the best possible outcomes for their children and young people. In addition to being an approved Academy sponsor, we are able to offer a range of value-for-money services. These services range from full academy conversion with GLF Schools through to collaboration and support regarding school improvement, HR, business and finance management services, behaviour support, bespoke training or assistance with governance.

GLF Schools holds an ambitious vision for education. Its academies are committed to our core remit of providing an outstanding educational experience so that:

 1. all children will enjoy their learning, attain high outcomes and be helped to become confident individuals and responsible citizens whilst making excellent progress in all respects;


 2. all children will benefit from an inclusive ethos, excellent teaching and a broad and balanced curriculum underpinned by strong leadership, in a local school;

3. all children will be supported and encouraged to lead healthy and active lives developing the legacy of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.


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