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  • What do you love about school? It’s a good place to learn and nobody minds if you get a question wrong.
  • What do you love about school? It’s the kindest, safest, most educationist school on the planet.
  • What do you love about school? You can express yourself with your learning and just have fun with it.
  • What do you love about school? The friendly atmosphere and the teachers. 
  • What do you love about school? All the different opportunities I have like school trips and forest school.

Welcome toBolnore Village Primary School

Bolnore Village Primary School is a welcoming, nurturing and happy school in the heart of its community.

We have an inspirational staff team who work closely with parents and carers so that the children receive the best all-round education that helps prepare them for whatever their future holds. We believe that education extends beyond the academic. Although our children develop high levels of skills, knowledge and understanding in all curriculum areas, our provision goes above and beyond.

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  • Key stage 2 Combined Results76%

School Closure

Updated 19.03.20

In line with Government guidance, our school will be closed from Monday 23 March until further notice. 

Parents and carers will receive updates via SeeSaw, ParentMail and here on our website.

Please note: During the closure, children that are in school due their parents/carers being key workers will not be following normal curriculum lessons. The children will be completing their home learning tasks supervised by staff. We are offering a childcare service for identified key workers and vulnerable children, not small class individual lessons.