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Headteacher's Welcome

Welcome to Thorndon CEVC Primary School's website. 


Our school motto is: Believe and Achieve, and this encompasses all that we do at the school. We are a Church of England Voluntary Controlled Primary School and are part of the Diocese of St. Edmundsbury. 

'Believe and Achieve’

Inspired by Jeremiah 29 v11: "For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”

We believe that God has a unique plan for each of us, and we can achieve all things through God’s love and care. Our school embeds Christian values and teachings, we provide a caring learning environment which affirms the unique importance of every individual in our school family. We strive to enable everyone to develop their individual talents so that we are all fully prepared to be responsible global citizens.

We expect high standards of behaviour from the pupils; and the staff are determined to provide high quality teaching and learning opportunities. We base our teaching on our ‘Rainbow of Values’. This supports our behaviour management strategies and explicitly teaches the values we want our children to develop. We are very proud of our village school, being housed in a beautiful old building in a quiet location, with attractive surroundings.  We very much see ourselves as an integral part of the local community and seek to maximise opportunities for community links.

We are a feeder school to Hartismere School and we work closely with our partner school, Worlingworth CEVC Primary School. 


We are always willing to welcome visitors to our school, so please do come and visit! Please contact the School Administrator, Geraldine Tierney or Hannah Boughen, who will take your call or see you at Reception.


I hope you enjoy looking at our website and find everything you are looking for. 


Victoria Gascoyne-Cecil
Executive Headteacher


Our School value for this half term is: Co-operation

Our collective worship focus this week is the Parable of the Lost Sheep

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