The school dates back to 1789 when Merial D’Anvers, the spinster daughter of a local prominent land-owning family, commissioned the building of the original school house which is still in use today.
The school has been extended over the years and now provides a stimulating environment in which to learn. The playground has been recently developed, adding an amphitheatre and activity trail. We also use the Glebe, which is a grassed area next to the school, and the village cricket field for outdoor activities.
The school has recently undergone major refurbishment and repair work to the Old School House, providing a new Library, teaching areas and Staff Room. A brand new Reception Classroom has been completed as well, providing a wonderful welcoming environment for our youngest pupils.
If you would like to come and see what we have achieved, why not come and see us? You can contact us here or visit our website which will show you what we've been up to.
(All photos courtesy of English Heritage)