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”

Joanne Crocker

Executive Teaching 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: 19/11/2021

A Message From Joanne Crocker

Dear Parents & Carers, The one thing you can rely on in life is change, and it is always fascinating to watch how our resilient children respond to challenges and take them in their stride. The biggest change to Ashill recently has been the inst...
Posted on: 22/10/2021

A Message from Joanne Crocker

Dear Parents & Carers, As I walked around the school this week I have felt so proud of the wonderful learning environments our children are enjoying and how much collaborative effort from children and staff  goes into creating th...
Posted on: 24/09/2021

A Message From Joanne Crocker

Dear Parents & Carers, I would like to welcome you all back to a fresh school year full of opportunities and new learning experiences. In particular I would like to offer a warm welcome to all our new starters Ebony, Kara, Seth, Freddi...
Posted on: 16/07/2021

A Message From Joanne Crocker

Dear Parents and Carers, We have been so proud of the children as they have navigated yet another extraordinary year. They have shown courage, resilience and above all an incredibly positive attitude to all the challenges they have faced....
Posted on: 28/05/2021

A Message from Joanne Crocker

Over the last month we have spent time thinking about our school community and the ways in which our relationships with others impact on this. I am sure you have all seen the stunning knitted gate art which residents of the village spent time creatin...
High 5 To Ilminster Posted on: 14/05/2021

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