About Us

We are a 3-form entry school situated in the popular village of Wroughton, on the southern edge of Swindon and are very proud to be part of Grove Learning Trust.

At Wroughton Junior School we are, ‘Proud to Belong’ and this underpins the work at the school. We are proud to belong to our school, local community and Grove Learning Trust. We work closely with our feeding Infant School to make sure the children have a positive transition between school phases and in many ways we see the children on one continuous journey.

Our Vision, Aims and Values


When pupils join our community of learners, they are at a critical stage in their development as young people. Each child brings with them a unique and complex web of skills and needs. As passionate educators, we seek to enhance these skills and respond to these needs so that they feel confident in aspiring to a positive future. We strongly believe that whilst in our care, every child deserves the opportunity to realise their fullest potential. By promoting an environment which seeks to remove barriers to learning and nurture individuals, we encourage the very best from our pupils. Wroughton Junior School is committed to helping children recognise and develop their many talents and, at all times, be ‘Proud to Belong’.

Aims of our School

Our aim is to provide a safe, caring and inspirational environment conducive to learning.

  • Where all adults work in close collaboration to ensure that children are happy, safe and can achieve.
  • Where learning is recognised as a valued and lifelong experience.
  • Where every child is recognised and valued as an individual.
  • Where the learning and developmental experience is stimulating and varied, memorable and meaningful.
  • Where children develop a sense of self-worth through their confidence, creativity, social skills and interests.
  • Where children are encouraged to develop their intellect and academic potential.
  • Where children are encouraged to reflect on their accountabilities as learners and have ownership of the process.
  • Where an awareness of citizenship and their role within the local and wider communities is fostered in each child.
  • Where parents, staff, pupils and governors are justifiably proud of the children and the school.


At Wroughton Junior School, we want to ensure that no child is left behind and that the unique identity of both schools are protected, celebrated and valued for the contribution they make to ensuring children have the best education and experiences.

We passionately believe that by working together, the children are able to have a higher quality of education and that both schools will benefit from and reap the rewards of a values based organisation where no child is left behind.

Working For Us

If you're searching for your next teaching post, why not contact us now? You'll be working at a great school and be part of a friendly, helpful team. We're always interested to hear from enthusiastic, committed teachers - send us your CV now and say what sort of role you're looking for.