Rabbit Celebration Assembly (for Reception to Year 3 Parents) on Friday 19 Sept at 2.45pm

Woolpit Primary is a thriving village school in the heart of Suffolk. We aim to create a caring and safe community in which everyone is valued and respected. We believe that children's learning should be challenging, useful and enjoyable and should enable each child to reach his or her full potential

This website has lots of information about our school - you can download our brochure and read our June 2010 Ofsted Report. The statutory information that we are required to publish, including information on our curriculum and how we spend the pupil premium, can be found here.

Some children in the DragonTime ICT group used MovieMaker to produce a Virtual Tour of the school. Click the link to take a look - we think it shows what the children really value about Woolpit School.

Keep up to date



Good attendance and punctuality are very important for all our pupils. We are very pleased with the improved attendance since September as we strive to raise our whole school rate to above 95%. Thank you to parents for your efforts to make sure your children are in school and learning and please remember we cannot authorise term-time holidays.


Register for extra money for your child and a free school meal

If you have a low income or receive certain benefits, the school can receive an extra £1,300 pupil premium each year for six years to support your child's education.  Your child can also receive a free hot school meal every day. To find out more and register click here: myfreeschoolmeals.com

Woolpit will receive an extra £55,000 this year as a result of parents registering for pupil premium - find out here how we have used it to help pupils achieve more.

Friends of Woolpit School

Our excellent new committee has been very busy making exciting fundraising plans for the year ahead. Keep an eye on their web page for latest information.


Oxford Reading Tree books online to read with your child at home are accessible here.

Help your child with Maths: if you'd like to know more about how we teach maths in school, download and read our local Calculation Policy.

Have a look at our Favourite Links page for lots more educational sites that you and your child can explore at home. We also have pages with links to resources for Literacy, Maths and French. Let us know if you find any particularly useful.