At Wheeler Primary, we believe that a sense of family and community is at the heart of everything that we do. To strengthen relationships, pupils from across the school are mixed up in to four houses. Each house has an elected captain and vice-captain.
Pupils gather together in their houses across their phase for various events throughout the year where they work together collaboratively to complete tasks. Children work together in their houses to try and earn the most amount of house points each term in order to win the house celebration.
Our Houses are named after some of Hull’s Heroes
Amy Johnson – The first woman to fly solo from England to Australia in 1930
James Reckitt – A partner of Reckitt and Sons Ltd. A philanthropist carrying out many charitable acts in Hull.
William Wilberforce – A politician, philanthropist, and a leader of the movement to abolish the slave trade.
Thomas Robinson Ferens – A British politician, a philanthropist, and an industrialist.
I think the best thing about being a Wheeler pupil is that all of the staff listen and care about you
Everyone cares for each other and that every teacher adds a little bit of fun into every lesson
The staff are really encouraging. They always help us to be the best we can be
The best thing is having someone to go to when you’re upset
Being at Wheeler is like being part of a family and that makes learning fun
The teachers are so supportive they help and guide you all the way through the year
Throughout my time at Wheeler, I have been given so many opportunities to experience and learn new things