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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 Sculthorpe Primary Academy


Sculthorpe siams report june 2016

sculthorpe siams report june 2016_final.pdf

Sculthorpe 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 1841 but the building was originally a 17th Century brick and flint barn. Since then many additions have happened including two log cabins that house some of our classes.

We admit children from Sculthorpe, Sculthorpe Eastgate, Dunton, The Barshams, The Creakes and Fakenham.

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

In September 2004, the school entered into a Partnership / Management agreement with West Raynham Primary School. Both schools are managed by one Executive Headteacher. Mr C Allen divides his time between the two schools.

Whilst the two schools federated in January 2011 both schools remain very individual and maintain their own growing budgets. In January 2014 a third school joined our federation – Colkirk CE VA Primary School, forming the Unity federation of Church 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 four classes (Little Owls, Snowy Owls, Barn Owls and Tawny Owls) 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 accessed on the DFE performance website

Owlets Little Owls Barn Owls

Owlets class page

Little Owls class page

Barn Owls class page

Tawny Owls class page

Tawny Owls