Welcome to Woolpit School


I'd like to welcome you 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 believe that children's learning should be stimulating, challenging and enjoyable. Our new curriculum is underpinned with creativity and an emphasis on active learning. We pride ourselves on being a talented and hardworking team who are totally committed to ensuring our children leave school having reached their full potential. 

We currently have around 175 pupils in our school organised into seven 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 ReportThe 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 (Cantab) NPQH

Headteacher




School Events



Virtual Tour

Some of our children have produced a virtual tour of the school. We think it shows what the children really value about Woolpit School

News Updates

  • Summer Pageant The Summer Pageant was a huge success. The Y6 students and our choir were amazing and we raised £650. We hope you enjoyed it
    Posted 15 Jul 2015, 06:09 by School Email
  • Leavers' Assembly Tuesday 21st July - we say farewell to our first Year 6 cohort with a Leavers' Assembly at Woolpit Village Hall - 10.00 - 11.00am with refreshments
    Posted 17 Apr 2015, 05:14 by Rachel Gooch
  • Behaviour Ladders We have a clear and consistent policy on sanctions for misbehaviour in school. See our Behaviour Ladders on the Parents menu for details.
    Posted 17 Apr 2015, 05:19 by Rachel Gooch
  • 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 ...
    Posted 17 Apr 2015, 05:19 by Rachel Gooch
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And the Oscar goes to...


Our Y6 Oscars Evening was a glamorous event.


Everyone dressed up and we celebrated the fantastic achievements of our first, brilliant Year 6s.


We wish them all the best of luck as they move on to Thurston Community College.





















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