Our School

Originally this one school was actually three schools! The little Victorian building at Guist closed in the 1980s with the children joining those at Great Ryburgh and All Saints. All Saints became the Infant section whilst the Juniors attended Great Ryburgh with staff driving between the two. Both schools were Victorian and set in the heart of each village but were no longer fit for purpose.

After many years of dedicated effort to secure a suitable site and the necessary finance our purpose-designed school was opened in April 2006. As a Church of England School we were fortunate to have the backing of the Diocese of Norwich. Since then the building has been remodelled in 2009 and an additional wing added in 2012, enabling us to accommodate up to 210 pupils.

Today our school has 200 pupils organised into seven classes – one class for each year group. Facilities are excellent; we have a superb hall with a sprung floor, ideal for PE. There is also a library, music room, activity room with cookery and design technology equipment, meeting room and offices.

Outside there are ample playing fields with an all-weather running track, two playgrounds, a wildlife area with bird hide and pond, a greenhouse, vegetable and ornamental gardens and an outdoor classroom.

Alongside is All Saints Nursery which also provides out-of-school care as well as nursery facilities.

Our Community

Nowadays we serve nine communities: Gt Ryburgh, Little Ryburgh, Stibbard, Guist, Twyford, Gateley, Wood Norton, Barney & Fulmodeston. Some families from outside this area choose to come because they prefer a Church school environment.

Traditionally All Saints has offered a strong ‘Arts’ curriculum with all children offered the opportunity to learn a musical instrument, take part in regular plays and musicals and experience a wide range of art media. This continues today; you may hear violin, recorder or piano. The displays are testimony to a shared love of creating art.

A variety of after school clubs are offered to children on a half termly basis such as art, pottery, table tennis, gardening and table tennis to mention but a few. A small charge is made to cover costs.

All Saints CEVA Primary School is rather unusual, being quite large for a village school in North Norfolk – most of our neighbouring village schools are considerably smaller. This puts us in a secure position as we face the future, able to offer a Church school education in a village setting with 21st century facilities.

Latest News

Father Michael visits Year 4

Year 4 welcomed Father Michael Cartwright to the class on Thursday. They had prepared many interesting questions to ask him. The questions ranged from asking which was his favourite hymn, had he got a favourite bible story to his favourite ice-cream flavour. We found...

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The Blue Cross

Today the children have had an excellent presentation from Erin of The Blue Cross. She came in to talk to the whole school about safety around dogs. This is very relevant to us all because of the extreme cases in the news where we hear of dogs being afraid and...

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Holocaust Memorial Day

On Monday the KS2 children had a special assembly to understand Holocaust Memorial Day. They were amazing, they listened well and some children gave very thoughtful and factual contributions. We talked about the word DISCRIMINATION and how no one should ever...

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Panto time…. oh yes it was!

We were so lucky to secure the M&M theatre company to perform their pantomime, Jack and the Beanstalk. We had a fabulous afternoon with all the children and staff joining in with all the traditions of a pantomime, cheering, clapping, booing the baddy. We are so...

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Year 4 Tuesday news

Year 4 are currently looking at Quadrilateral shapes, they know they are 4 sided shapes and are learning all the different names associated with them. Ask them to name them, describe their properties and even have a go at drawing them. Our early morning soft start...

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Year 4 Say Thank-you

Year 4 started this term by writing Thank you letters to their families to say thank you for their Christmas holidays and the times they spent together. We had a lovely walk to the village postbox to post the letters. The aim of the letters was to be thoughtful and...

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Ofsted Parent View

Ofsted would like to hear your views about Stibbard All Saints Primary School & Nursery on the Parent View website!

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