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Welcome to Woolpit School

Our ethos and vision

Connect, achieve, succeed

Welcome to the Woolpit Community Primary School website. Woolpit 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 are passionate and determined that every child succeed to the best of their ability. We aim to foster pupils' strengths and support their progress with a broad and holistic curriculum that inspires and equips children for a lifetime of learning. We value originality and creativity and strive to develop confident, reflective learners who show respect to each other and learn to connect with the world.

We currently have approximately 170 pupils in our school organised into seven single year group classes from Reception to Year 6. 

Our website contains much information about our school - you can download our brochure and read our November 2014 Ofsted Report and our monitoring visit feedback from Ofsted (March 2015). 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.

We welcome visits to our school - do contact me if there is anything further I can help you with.

Shaun Holland MEd NPQH


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MAT Consultation

The Governing Body is consulting on a proposal to establish a new multi academy trust, the Thedwastre Education Trust, and for our school to convert to academy status. The consultation period runs from Monday, October 12th to Friday, November 13th. The consultation information is published here and we invite stakeholders to send completed questionnaires to the school.

Consultation letter - parents & carers (1) October 2015.doc

'Woolpit Primary School is at an exciting point in its development. With a new Headteacher who has been in place for just under a year, the school has undergone rapid improvement, evidenced in the successes of this summer’s national test results. In January 2016 the school will be forming a multi academy trust with three local primaries – together we have a collective ambition to ensure teaching and learning are at the forefront of all we do and that our schools develop into outstanding centres of learning.' 

Julia Dinley

Chair of Governors 

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12 Oct 2015, 03:39