St. White's School is situated on the edge of Cinderford and is one of three primary schools in the town. The main building is Victorian, but there has been the addition of a canteen/dining hall, a terrapin classroom, seven Elliot classrooms one of which is a library, and one bay Hallam S.E.N. room all on a second site across a service road.
The number on the roll is 296 children organised into ten classes, six of which contain mixed year groups. Four of the classes are for infant children and five for junior children, with one class containing year 2 and year 3 children. In the main building there is an infant library, music room and an activities room for infants and used extensively by nursery nurses or parents taking groups of children. We have started a pre-school unit for 4 year olds called Earlybirds on 3 afternoons a week to attract more children and prepare them for school.
It is a pleasure to have this opportunity to introduce you to our school and I hope you will find that the information is interesting and helpful in answering any questions you may have.
St White's Primary School is situated in the heart of the Forest of Dean, and includes pupils from 4 to 11 years old. We are a warm and welcoming School, very concerned with the welfare of our pupils as well as the academic standards they achieve. The staff endeavour to bring out the best in each child and have high expectations of pupils in terms of academic progress and behaviour.