Shepherdsgate Road, King's Lynn, Norfolk, PE34 4RP

01553 828 209

office@tilneyallsaints.norfolk.sch.uk

Tilney All Saints C Of E Primary School

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Dear Parents/Carers

 

Please find below details from St Clements High School regarding their Y6 Open Day and Tours:

Please find the attached link for booking school tours for parents, starting from the 26th September - parents only need to book one ticket per adult as this includes their child, which we advise should attend.

 

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/st-clements-high-school-y6-tours-tickets-415888913937

 

Many thanks

School Office

 

 

Jubilee Coins

Councillor Whitby visited our school to hand out special coins to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

 

Jubilee Trip to Sandringham

 

Both schools enjoyed a trip to Sandringham to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. 

They made Jubilee crowns, handled presents that had been given to the Queen, enjoyed a 

picnic lunch in front of Sandringham House and sang the national anthem with gusto.

They also enjoyed the play area. 

 

 

 Penguin Class dressed up as Superheroes for Comic Relief!

Please click here to go to Ofsted

We are very pleased with a letter we received from Tim Coulson, the regional schools' commissioner for the East of England and North East London. He wrote to us after we had a visit from the DfE, checking that we were still a "Good" school and that we had high standards. Some of the comments included:

"The teaching was purposeful and the pupils' attitudes to learning were strong. Books were well presented and showed good progress over time...Attendance in both schools is at or above national figures. Professional development has led to strong expertise in key areas."

"The pupils that were interviewed were very enthusiastic about the school and grateful for the high quality support they received."

"One girl was full of praise for the support the school had given to her disabled younger sibling. All had an unusually positive view of the schools. They appreciated taking part in mixed activities and really enjoyed their Friday afternoon joint sessions. Harmer admitted that a response to one of his questions had been unique and surprising. When asked what was best about the school, the first answer he received was "the homework". This turned out to be a reference to the creative activities the pupils are encouraged to undertake at home to extend their learning. His question about the ways the schools could be improved was the only one to stump them."

"These are two good schools that have developed through partnership and strong, committed leadership...the interest of working across both schools has made them an interesting place in which to work and develop."