Mesty Croft Primary

Believe and Achieve



A warm welcome to Mesty Croft Primary


Mesty Croft Primary is a large, two form entry primary school in the heart of Wednesbury in the West Midlands. The school was originally built by the Wednesbury School Board in February, 1880. It was later extended in 1931, before being replaced by a new build in 1981. The school converted to an Academy in April 2012 and merged with Perry Hall Multi Academy Trust on 1 October 2021.


We have a 39 place morning and afternoon Nursery and as a two form entry school have a maximum number of 30 pupils per class, 60 per year group. We offer a Breakfast Club from 7.30am each morning and host a variety of extra-curricular activities including Choir, Art, Netball, Anime & Manga Art and Sewing.


Inspiring our next generation to 'believe and achieve'

We pride ourselves on being a warm, welcoming and nurturing school, placing children firmly at the heart of all that we do. We have a dedicated team of professionals committed to providing high quality education to ensure that all pupils believe and achieve. We work tirelessly, and in collaboration with parents and the wider school community, to allow all children a safe space in which to play, learn, grow and develop. We aim to equip all children with the skills, knowledge and understanding to become lifelong, enthusiastic and aspirational learners. 


At Mesty Croft Primary we work together every day to learn about our wide and wonderful world- about its past, present and future; its great people; its great places; its wonder and beauty. We grow in confidence and resilience to reach our potential so that we may have choice, skills and fulfilment. We work in collaboration with parents and capitalise on the expertise of others via visits, visitors and extra-curricular activities that enhance and deepen learning. 


We believe that no child should be disadvantaged and strive to remove barriers to ensure that all children believe and achieve.