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School Information

Welcome and thank you for taking the time to read our website.  I am pleased to have this opportunity to tell you about our school and hope it will give you an insight into the wide range of opportunities offered to every pupil.

 

Our aim is to establish and maintain high standards of work and behavior in a caring and welcoming environment.  We believe that the partnership between home and school is very important and continually strive to develop this link.  To keep you informed about what is happening in school we regularly send newsletters home and publish them on the school website. 

 

I would welcome the opportunity to show you around the school so that you can see the school in operation and experience the caring atmosphere and the warmth and commitment dedicated to ensuring that the children are happy and productive.

 

In the most recent Ofsted Inspection (2015) we were described as "a calm and welcoming place………..pupils are polite and courteous”.  The Inspection also reported, “All pupils say they enjoy school and say they feel happy and safe at school”.

 

Your support for your child’s education is crucial to their progress. Please tell us if there are any adjustments we need to make to help you support your child. For example, do you need letters in large font; letters in different languages; wheelchair access; explaining things over the phone; a discussion with a school colleague of the same gender.

 

Although this website contains a lot of information, we know it cannot say everything you may wish to know.  Please get in touch with us for any other information you require or to arrange a visit.  You will be made most welcome.

 

I look forward to meeting you.

 

Amanda Townson

Headteacher

 

School History

The school is a Church of England Controlled Primary school, and caters for the primary age range of four to eleven years

It was founded in 1702 by Catherine and Mary Ingilby.  The main building dates from 1830 and consists of two classrooms, a resource area, the office, cloakroom, and toilets.  A further two classrooms are sited in the School House which was converted several years ago. The school site is totally enclosed and secure and consists of two playgrounds, a grassed area and a garden.  The school has the use of the Town Hall every day for school lunches and it is used for indoor Physical Education lessons and other school activities including end of term assemblies. We use the village cricket field for sporting activities, outdoor PE lessons and recreation throughout the year.

 

 


 

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