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The Unity Federation of Church of England Academies

Colkirk, Sculthorpe and West Raynham Primary Academies


And Little Snoring Community Primary School

Welcome to Colkirk Primary Academy

Colkirk School is a Church of England Primary Academy.

This means that the Board of Governors comprises representatives of the Church, Diocese of Norwich Education and Academy Trust (DNEAT), the Parish Councils and Parents.

The present school dates back to the 1847. Since then many additions have happened including new classrooms and remodelling of the interior and grounds of the school to make it modern and appealing.

We admit children from Colkirk, Oxwick, Pudding Norton and Fakenham.

We have links with our local preschool Colkirk Preschool and also take children from Ladybirds, Little Angels and Fakenham Children’s Day Care Centre. We also have a link with the Children's Centre in Fakenham.

In September 2014, the school entered into a Federation agreement with Sculthorpe CE VA Primary West Raynham CE VA Primary Schools (forming the Unity Federation of Church Schools). All schools are managed by one Executive Headteacher. Mr C Allen divides his time between the two schools. Each school has Head of School; this person is in charge when Mr Allen is off-site.


There are many advantages to being in federation, including:



The benefits of being part of DNEAT, include:


How we work:

The school from September 2015 is divided into three classes (Seashells, Seaturtles and Seahorses) each taught by a qualified teacher and /or a HLTA, most are supported by Teaching Assistants.

Some of our Teaching Assistants work with SEN children and other work within the whole class environment. All are at least NVQ 3 trained.

Our class sizes are around 16-24 pupils per class (roughly 10 pupils less than most larger primary schools locally).


Our latest results can be found on the DFE performance website

Downloads:

Colkirk SIAMS 2016

Colkirk SIAMS (final).pdf

Seashells class page

Seashells class

Sea turtles class page

Sea Turtles class

Seahorses class page

Seahorses class