Wallop Primary School

Wallop Primary School

Welcome to Wallop Primary School

Wallop Primary School is situated in the picturesque village of Nether Wallop. We have a large catchment area which includes the villages of Over Wallop and Middle Wallop. The three villages; Nether, Over and Middle Wallop, the School of Army Aviation and the surrounding countryside make up our wonderful intake of children.

The aim of our website www.wallop.hants.sch.uk is to give you an insight into our school as well as providing regular up to date information for both parents and pupils.

At Wallop Primary School, our purpose is to equip children with the skills they need to prepare for life in the 21st Century. Our children must leave us, at whatever stage this may be during their school life, with the skills they need to be a learner for the rest of their lives.  We are refocusing our efforts on teaching children core values and making sure that when we talk to them about these values, we begin to see them in action too.

Enjoy visiting our website and we look forward to meeting you soon!

Mr Martin Lambert

Head Teacher


2016 MKC faces


MKC Heroes (Formally HMS Heroes)is a national support group for the children of Service men and women and their relatives. A tri-Service network school clubs, MKC Heroes brings together members of Service families aged between three and 18 years old from all over the country. Our members are ambassadors and young advocates for Service families across the United Kingdom, and most importantly, they are friends who are there for each other, especially in times of need.

We meet every week and play games and chat.


Emotional Support

When we come to the delegates group, it is “a safe place to talk because you know your friends will understand how you feel because they feel the same”. We can speak openly about our issues and challenge our schools to respond, through the group rather than having to single ourselves out.

Many Heroes experience the trauma brought about by the cycle of Service deployment and value support that does not make us feel ‘different’. Our motto, ‘Together as One’, was devised around this theme, by combined agreement, as was our logo, drawn by a primary school member. The key words we use to show the support that we want from MKC Heroes are: strength, hope, trust, care and support.