At The Brigantia Learning Trust, we offer an inclusive multiphase journey at the heart of our community. We live and breathe our values and focus on a commitment to excellence, seamless transition and providing an outstanding environment for our children to flourish and succeed.

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Wincobank Nursery & Infant School

A creative, Broad, experiential and ambitious offer for all

Ambition; Determination; Mutual Respect; Responsibility

High ambitions for, and expectations of all

Valuing all students as unique and working with them to develop potential

Proud member of the Brigantia Learning Trust

Creating excellence together

Welcome toWincobank Nursery
& Infant Academy

Kelly Howes

Executive Principal

Wincobank is a small academy that prides itself on the excellent care and education of children aged 2-7 years.

We have high aspirations for every child and offer a wide variety of first-hand experiences to bring learning alive. We have over-staffed in school to ensure every child receives small group, bespoke and challenging teaching to maximise progress. Our staff are some of the most talented and committed educators you could find anywhere in the country, and they look forward to welcoming you to our academy.

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Why Choose Us?

Award-winning Ducklings pre-school provision. Highly regarded as a centre of excellence

In order to enhance the experience for every pupil, we work in strong partnership with our parents and carers and the local community

Every child’s success at Wincobank is celebrated

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  • “Leaders work with ambition and determination and this is resulting in rapidly improving outcomes for pupils… Leaders and staff share high expectations for all pupils. The whole staff team work collaboratively to give pupils a positive start to their education”. 

  • “Staff create a positive culture in the classroom which is welcoming and supportive”. 

  • “Pupils take pride in their learning and their school”.