Wickhambrook Primary Academy

World Book Day 2024

On Thursday 7th March we will celebrate World Book Day.
All children are invited to attend school in costume.
Our theme this year is ‘Reading is magical.’

We are encouraging all children to continue to read during half-term and to make this more fun we are asking children to read in whacky and unusual places!

Please CLICK HERE for the attached poster with full details for you and your child…we would love to receive your reviews or posters about the books you have read and send any photos to us too!

At Wickhambrook Academy we offer a wide variety of interesting and fun clubs during the week for the children to enjoy. Here is our Clubs Schedule for the Spring 2024 term:


Poetry writing, School Council, Wellbeing, Eco Club, Reading Club, Sudoku & Maths games, Colouring & Fortune Telling Club.

No Booking is required, children can just drop in.

Spring 2 2024 Clubs After School 3.30-4.30pm

Spring 2 term 2024 – Sports Clubs (fee paying)


Day / Sport: Tues – ASC – Multi Sports

Year Groups: 1-6

Times: 15:30-16:30pm

Dates: Tue, 27 Feb-Tue, 26 March

No of weeks: 5 weeks.

Price: £25

Multi Sports booking link: https://www.premier-education.com/parents/venue/courses/4216-877396/?back=1&school=Wickhambrook%20Academy

FOOTBALL Wednesdays

Day / Sport: Wed – ASC – Football

Year Groups: 1-6

Times: 15:30-16:30pm

Dates: Wed, 28 Feb-Wed, 27 March

No of weeks: 5 weeks.

Price: £25

Football booking link: 



3.35 – 4.20pm Gymnastics (R-Y2)

4.30 – 5.30pm Gymnastics (Y3-Y6)

Booking: riversgymnasticsacademy@yahoo.com

Booking: riversgymnasticsacademy@yahoo.com

An enrichment day that saw primary school pupils enjoy everything from fire lighting to axe throwing has been declared a success.

Pupils from Wickhambrook Primary Academy moved out of the classroom to take part in a range of sessions during the school’s annual activity day.

A climbing wall was positioned in the school playground alongside archery, shelter building and a chance to get up close and learn about birds of prey.

The Headteacher said: “The school’s enrichment day is always a popular event in the calendar and this year didn’t disappoint at all.

“The pupils were fantastic in trying new things and taking themselves out of any comfort zone.

“We would like to thank all the organisations who contributed to making the event such a success.”