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.
As Headteacher of Woolpit Primary Academy, it is a privilege to be part of the new chapter of our school and all it is going to achieve. We have an abundance of strengths and positives to offer and being a caring school with a commitment to offering a safe and secure environment to learn is just one of them.
My priority is to ensure that the changes we make in this new chapter of the school’s history are supported by the whole school community, so that together we can continue to develop Woolpit Primary Academy into the amazing school that it deserves to be for the children we serve.
This website is a small insight into what we offer and will continue to build as we grow. We warmly welcome visits from prospective parents and look forward to showing you around and discussing our offer with you. Please contact the school office to book an appointment and don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
I look forward to meeting you and working together in the future.
Sarah Clayton, Headteacher
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
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), Mrs Sarah Brown (Family Support Worker) and Mrs Pippa Holmes (SENDCo and assistant Headteacher)
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.