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The primary years of education are crucial to all children’s development and at Earsham we firmly believe in developing each individual child in partnership with you, the parents. Thank you for your interest in our school and we would be delighted to welcome you and your children and show you some of the excellent work that goes on here. You will notice a calm purposeful atmosphere and children enjoying their learning. It’s a school we’re all proud to be part of.

We currently have 105  pupils and serve a wide community within a seven mile radius of Earsham.

Information relating to admissions to Norfolk Schools can be found by following the link below.Our school admissions policy is available in the policy section of this website.


Our Ethos Statement is:

Shine from the inside out.

Our Vision is:

Learning and Development for all, through challenge, nurture and enjoyment.

We aim to provide:

A happy purposeful Christian environment, in which each child feels secure and develops self-confidence, enabling them to flourish and reach their full potential.
Children’s learning journeys are enhanced by working together with the wider community.
Our three school rules are understood and quoted by all pupils, even the four year olds. Standards in behaviour are excellent as they all recognise the importance of:
“Be kind. Be careful. Work hard.”

In our school we offer:

  • A very strong partnership between families and schools.
  • Excellent social and emotional support for all children and their parents/carers.
  • High quality levels of support for the most and least able children when appropriate.
  • A stimulating environment and curriculum which motivates and engages all children.
  • High expectations of all children in all subjects to achieve their personal best.

In September 2009 we moved into our brand new school building. We now have excellent facilities, with particular improvements in sports, the outdoor environment and technology.

Our latest Ofsted report is now available for you to view here: Ofsted-Report-20-21-January-2016

Our latest SIAMS inspection is  available for you to view here: .SIAMS report October 2016

Organisation of Classes and Transfer Arrangements

Children from reception to year six are divided up into four classes as follows:

Class 1 Foundation Stage 4-5 year olds.A small number of Year 1 children completing the Early Years Foundation Stage may with the agreement of their parent’s continue in class 1 and move into class 2 when they are ready.
Class 2 Key Stage 1, Year 1 & 2 mixed year group 5 – 7 year olds
Class 3 Lower Key stage 2 ,Year 3 & 4 mixed year group 7 – 9 year olds
Class 4 Upper key stage 2, Year 5 & 6 mixed year group 9 – 11 year olds

Children will leave Earsham Primary School at the end of year 6 and transfer in Year 7 to the High school in their catchment area usually Bungay High School or Hobart High School .

For more information about Bungay High School follow link: http://www.bungayhigh.co.uk/

For Hobart High follow link : http://www.hobart.org.uk/

More information

Further information is available in the  school prospectus, available on the website or by contacting the office. Alternatively, we are happy to answer any queries you may have by e-mail, telephone or arranging a visit. All contact details can be found on our Contact Us Page.

If you require paper copies of any information on our school website , please ask at the school office.

A list of current staff and serving Governors is also available in the school prospectus..

Governors act a critical friend to the school and have a general responsibility for the effective management of the school, acting within the framework set by national legislation and by the policies of the County Council.  They have duties relating to staffing, discipline, policies, National Curriculum, school buildings and managing the school’s delegated budget.