Ashill Primary School

Ashill Primary school is a co-educational school and pre-school for children aged 2-11 serving the villages of Ashill and surrounding areas. Our school has a happy and caring environment with small classes and a carefully planned, broad, balanced curriculum. Prospective students and parents are always welcome to visit us and see what Ashill has to offer.

“A small school with a big heart”

Lindsay Gabriel, Executive Head of School

 

 

Ashill Primary School is part of the The Redstart Learning Partnership (TRLP). TRLP is a Multi Academy Trust of primary schools in Somerset. The Partnership has one simple aim; to provide an outstanding education for every child.

The Redstart Learning Partnership is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of the children and expects all staff to share this commitment. Click this link for our Safeguarding information.

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News & Events

Posted on: 27/03/2020

Wear A Hat Day

    It's Wear A Hat Day! Here are some of our staff wearing hats while working from home. We also have a special visitor.......keep scrolling! Mrs Dinham - KS2   Mrs Sanderson - KS1 ...
Posted on: 5/03/2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

Please see the Trust's policy regarding COVID-19 below: Please click here to open policy in a new window
Posted on: 28/02/2020

A Message from Lindsay Gabriel

I do hope you and your families had a good half term break, we are eagerly waiting for the warmer weather to appear. Finally our new safeguarding locks are all in place and  'a very kind parent' has repaired our school pos...
Posted on: 31/01/2020

A Message from Lindsay Gabriel

Thank you for bearing with us these past two weeks as the new safeguarding locks have been fitted. We are still to have three more locks installed (staff room outside door, KS1 classroom door and pre-school rear door). I would also like to thank you ...
Posted on: 20/12/2019

A message from Lindsay Gabriel

As this term draws to a close I wanted to begin by telling you how proud I am of all the children and staff. The amazing team work you have shown this past couple of weeks has been fantastic. I am just so sorry that due to the amount of children we h...
Posted on: 19/06/2019

Visitors

Mr Phillips, a local bee keeper, came in to give a talk about bees and the children were very interested to learn something new. The School Council chose the RSPCA as their special charity for fundraising activities, and invited Bel Deering from Wes...
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