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Aldborough Primary School

Aldborough Primary School

Aldborough Primary School is a successful, lively and creative place which benefits from having excellent staff, happy hardworking children and lots of parental support. Ours is a purpose built, modern school with a wide range of facilities. It is set in extensive and beautiful grounds and is the ideal setting for a child’s early, and vital, years in education. It has the ‘best of both worlds’, being a rural primary school with reasonably sized classes and a caring, family atmosphere, but also, with seven teachers and a strong team of classroom assistants, sufficient staff and expertise to cope with the demands of the National Curriculum.
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Granny Corbyn saves panto

19 December 2017

Aldborough School’s Christmas Show has plenty of character crossover! The key stage 2 children at Aldborough Primary School in North Norfolk put on a remarkable panto that saw the rotters King John and the Sheriff of Nottingham finally getting their comeuppance –thanks to one Granny Corbyn. As is usual with the Aldborough School Christmas Show, there was considerable crossover confusion in terms of characters.

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Popular North Norfolk head teacher retires

24 July 2017

‘Mother Goose’ to focus on her English country garden… The head teacher of one of Norfolk’s most successful primary schools is to retire after 12 years hard graft.  Tina Casburn has spent her working life in schools in Norwich and Norfolk and has been a very popular head at Aldborough Primary School, near Aylsham. Under her stewardship the school has grown and has been extensively rebuilt.  Only this year the Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP, minister of state for school...

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Norfolk Primary School outguns High Schools to ‘Scratch’ up success

15 July 2014

Aldborough pupils, officially Norfolk’s ‘most promising young computing coders,’ rescue kidnapped head teacher… Judges were dazzled by Aldborough Primary School’s entry at The Norfolk Scratch-Off 2014, the computing competition for pupils aged 9-14. Though they were the only primary children out of thirty school teams, the Aldborough pupils came home crowned ‘most promising young coders.’

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