Welcome to Wilderspin School

The Museum and Old School Canten are closed due to Covid 19 restrictions.  The Museum will re-open on Saturday 22 May.  The Old School Canteen will re-open on Thurdsay 20 May.

We have had support from Smart Energy Greater Lincolnshire to help us invest in more efficient heating for the Joseph Wright Hall, as part of an £8.5 million Smart Energy programme part funded by the European Regional Development Fund.

Click here for the full story: http://www.wilderspinschool.org.uk/news/

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Additional support to improve our shop and visitor reception as we prepare for post – Covid reopening was made available by the Humber Business Growth Hub – SME Restart & Recovery / Kickstarting Tourism programme part funded by the European Regional Development Fund.

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Click here for a summary of our 2020-25 Forward Plan

http://www.wilderspinschool.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/WNS-JWH-Business-Plan-2019-2024-website-version1.pdf

JOSEPH WRIGHT HALL

CURRENT EVENTS

Displays

Displays

Discover the story of Samuel Wilderspin and see the unique Infant Schoolroom and Playground that he designed in 1845.

The Wilderspin Story
Schools Programme

Schools Programme

Our Schools Programme has been developed to provide children with an exciting way of engaging with the history of Victorian school life.

Schools Programme
History of the School

History of the School

Learn about Samuel Wilderspin and the Wilderspin National Schools and how his innovations gradually transformed schooling for children of all ages.

Wilderspin History
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