Welcome to Gwyn Jones Primary School...
At Gwyn Jones we welcome children into our warm and friendly two-form entry school. As part of a vibrant multi-cultural community we continually strive to provide the very best education and experience for all.
To achieve this aim we provide a broad range of stimulating activities, spanning beyond the school day. While effective teaching is central to the aims of the school we also ensure that our children’s development is broad. Please take the time to look through this website to see the ways that children enjoy their learning here.
The success of the school and the children depends on an effective partnership between school and home. This website is intended to develop this interaction still further. In it you will find information, pictures and newsletters.
If you are looking for a school for your child we would be very happy to meet you. Feel free to contact the school office to arrange a visit, or for any further information.
Gwyn Jones is looking for more governors...
The Gwyn Jones governing body is responsible for making important decisions that enables Gwyn Jones to improve and develop. It works closely with the head teacher, who is responsible for the day to day management of the school.
We are looking to recruit 3 co-opted governors, from our local community, including parents at the school. Further information and links to the application form can be found at:
(we use Newham councilsí clerking services, hence the references to Newham)
Completed Application Forms should be returned to the school email at School@gwynjones.waltham.sch.uk by Friday 4th April.
What Gwyn Jones Means To Me
The School Council and Mrs Clark were involved in an exciting project creating a short film with Jez Lee (Safia's dad). The School Council decided what areas of the school and activities needed to be filmed and created storyboards showing their ideas.
The School had a competition called "What Gwyn Jones means to me" and 7 winners were picked and filmed saying what the school meant to them. It snowed on the day of the filming and so some of the filming ideas needed to be changed but we all had lots of fun!
Watch the film here >>>
Pupils' personal development is provided well through the personal, social, health & citizenship programme and the good range of after school activities, trips, visits and visitors to school
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