Our core values are: Nurture, Resilience, Inspiration and Respect, which are at the heart of all we do.
Our intent is to ensure children leave Woolpit Primary Academy with a love of learning, as resilient individuals who are prepared for their futures.
Our nurturing approach ensures all pupils grow into well-rounded individuals with healthy minds.
Children will leave Woolpit Primary Academy as respectful members of the community; inspired to learn and motivated to achieve.
Woolpit Primary Academy is on a journey and as Headteacher, I am so proud of the work we have done so far, but even more excited about what is yet to come. We have already made some really significant progress and every single member of staff is fully committed to making sure that Woolpit is one of the best primary schools in Suffolk so that all our pupils receive the education they deserve and leave us ready to succeed at secondary school. We are determined that good is not enough; we are striving for excellence in all aspects of school life.
As a school we have much to be proud of. Over the last 12 months we have transformed the quality of teaching in every classroom and continue to develop our curriculum to ensure it is inspiring to all pupils. We have developed blueprints for teaching phonics and reading which have already had a significant impact and ensure that all pupils develop a love of reading which helps them in all other subjects and the world beyond. The rapid improvement in phonics has resulted in an 87% pass rate for the current Year Two children, which is significantly above the national figures. We are part of the rejuvenation of the Suffolk mental health services and are funded by the CCG to work on projects to give our children the emotional resilience that they need to be successful in their lives going forward.
“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you’ll go.”— Dr. Seuss.
Whilst there is still much work to do, I am confident that with your support, we will succeed in our mission, and all pupils and their families will be proud of the part they play. Information on this website is updated regularly and you can see lots of the fantastic work throughout but especially on our twitter page @woolpitprimary
TERM DATES 2020-2021
TERM DATES 2020-2021
Thursday 3rd September- Friday 23rd October.
Monday 2nd November - Friday 18th December
Tuesday 5th January- Friday 12th February
Monday 22nd February- Friday 26th March
Monday 12th April- Friday 28th May
Monday 7th June- Friday 16th July
Tuesday 1st September 2020
Wednesday 2nd September 2020
Monday 4th January 2020.
Monday 19th July
Tuesday 20th July
TERM DATES 2021-2022
AUTUMN TERM 2021
Monday 6th September- Thursday 21st October
Monday 1st November- Friday 17th December
SPRING TERM 2022
Wednesday 5th January- Friday 18th February
Monday 1st March- Friday 8th April
SUMMER TERM 2022
Monday 25th April- Friday 27th May
Monday 6th June- Thursday 21st July
Thursday 2nd September 2021.
Friday 3rd September 2021.
Friday 22nd October 2021.
Tuesday 4th January 2022.
The Governing Body:
is committed, through its Safeguarding Policy, to ensuring that the school meets all statutory regulations in this area and follows relevant local procedures.
recruits staff and volunteers in line with safer recruitment processes.
ensures that the necessary procedures are followed for dealing with any allegations of abuse against staff and volunteers
monitors the appointment of a designated senior member of staff for dealing with issues concerning the safeguarding of children.
accesses appropriate safeguarding children training as required.
meets the Prevent Duty in our school as described in the Counter Terrorism and Security Act 2015 to have 'due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism'
The Designated Lead Professionals for Safeguarding and for Prevent are Mrs Sarah Clayton (Headteacher) and Mrs Sarah Brown (Family Support Worker).
Mrs Audrey Finch is the governor with responsibility for safeguarding and Prevent.
Worried about a Child?
If you are worried about a child or an incident regarding a child then please contact Customer First.
The telephone number is 0808 800 4005 or if you click here it will take you to other ways of contacting them.