We are three small rural primary academies based in beautiful West Norfolk villages. The three schools: Castle Acre, Narborough and Sporle federated in 2013. This communion has enabled us to pool our strengths and experiences in the classroom, alongside leadership and governance to create a richer and better-quality learning experience for all our children.
We are proud to be Church of England Academies, closely affiliated with the Diocese of Norwich and part of the Diocese of Norwich Education and Academies Trust. This provides us with a rich ethos embedded within Christian values which shapes the whole of school life. The heritage of the villages in which we are set is a wonderful resource for the children's exploration and education.
Our curriculum is creative, well-balanced and topic based. We want every child in our Federation to have a happy, safe and inspirational engagement with education. We are passionate that every child enjoys the best opportunities to widen their aspirations, develop and stretch their abilities whilst nurturing their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. Our children are expected to do their best whilst taking pride in their education.
Please find below our Communication Strategy for our communication with all groups of stakeholders; communicating and working together as a team is really important to us.