Hollesley School is a village primary school for children aged 4 -11 years. It serves the communities of Hollesley, Boyton, Capel St. Andrew, Shingle Street, Shottisham and Sutton, although there are pupils coming to us from further afield.

There has been a school in Hollesley since 1877 and the old school building was replaced with a new building in 1974. The school is set in a beautiful position near Hollesley parish church, with extensive views over the North Sea and open farmland.

Our commitment is to providing the highest standards of education for all children and to promote their sense of self-worth, so that they become happy, confident and caring members of our community.

"Pupils are happy, keen to learn, make good progress and achieve well." - Ofsted report.

 

 
Hollesley Primary School
 
 

31st March       - Victorian day
                         - Football match against Eyke
4th April           -Easter Egg hunt
7th – 21st April Easter holiday

19th April         - Pre-school Easter egg hunt
22nd April        - Non pupil day
23rd April         - New Term begins
28th April         - Football match against Otley
1st May            - High Five netball tournament
                          - Y 2/3 visit to Tesco
5th May            - Spring Bank Holiday
12th May          - KS2 SATs week
23rd May          -Y4/5/6 visit to Hampton Court
26th -30th May  - Half term holiday
11th June          - Y4/5/6 Parents’lunch
28th June          - Hollesley Village Fete

23rd July           - Last day of term
December Newsletter now available
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Contact information:

Hollesley County Primary School
School Lane
Hollesley
Woodbridge
Suffolk
IP12 3RE

Telephone: 01394 411616
Fax: 01394 411616
email:
        

 

Head Teacher's Welcome

Our commitment is to providing the highest standards of education for all children and to promote their sense of self-worth, so that they become happy, confident and caring members of our community.

At Hollesley Primary School we aim:-

  • To create a safe, friendly and supportive learning environment.
  • To provide the highest standards of education for all children in order to attain high and improving levels of achievement.
  • To develop children’s individual strengths and talents through the provision of a creative, exciting, fun-filled and relevant curriculum.
  • To provide a welcoming family atmosphere which promotes friendships in which every child is valued.
  • To be a caring happy school where children develop confidence, independence, self-esteem and consideration of others.