Welcome to Thorpe Acre

I would firstly just like to say "Welcome". I hope you enjoy finding out about our school and its community and that our website is useful and informative.

We pride ourselves on being a happy, welcoming and friendly school where children 'learn and grow together' through each day and where parent partnerships are nurtured and developed, from Foundation Stage to Year 2! I am really pleased to share with you that our school was judged to be 'Good' across all areas following our latest Ofsted inspection in February last year.

If you are a new parent, why not pop in for a chat and a look around? Our door is always open!... I look forward to meeting you.

Alternatively, follow the 'Contact us' button on the option bar above and send a message for the attention of either myself or Mrs Louise Squires.

 

Mr A. Clark

(Headteacher)

 News and Events

Most Recent Newsletter

Please click on the image below to take you to our latest newsletter.

 

 Please see our uniform page for details and letter regarding new uniform for 2019

 

 "Staff are proud to work at the school and pupils feel valued."

 Please click on the link below to read our full HMI report.

 

 

If you would like more information about the other school facilities in our area for younger or older children,please click on the images below to take you to either

Thorpe Acre Playgroup

or

Thorpe Acre Junior School

 


 

 THORPE ACRE PLAYGROUP

 

 

 

                  

        

Latest Blog Updates

  • Design Technology
    The Badger and Fox Classes have been designing, making and playing with their very own skittles in DT for our “Toys and Games” topic

  • Travelling Toy Box
    This term our topic has been “Toys and Games”. This month we had a visit from the “Travelling Toy Box”, where the children learnt all about old toys and games.

  • Making Sandwiches
    Woodpecker class today for their literacy lesson, writing instructions and following them, on how to make a sandwich. Everyone enjoyed making the sandwiches and trying them afterwards.