The school is very small when compared to the average-sized primary school. In August 2015 the last substantive headteacher left the school. Since then, the school has been run by a
head of school supported one day a week by the headteacher of Alburgh with Denton Church of England
In September 2015 the governing body announced its decision to go into formal consultation regarding
the possible closure of the school. This consultation ends in February 2016 and a decision is expected in April 2016.
In January 2016 the school became part of the Sancroft Church Schools Trust comprising Archbishop
Sancroft Church of England High School and its catchment primary schools; Alburgh with Denton Church of England Primary School, Brockdish Church of England Primary School, Harleston Church of England Primary School and Pulham Church of England Primary School. Archbishop Sancroft and Harleston are
aided schools and the remainder voluntary controlled.
Pupils are taught in two classes; the early years and Key Stage 1 in one class, and Key Stage 2 in the
other. Currently the youngest class is taught by two temporary teachers.
The proportion of pupils supported by pupil premium funding is broadly average. The pupil premium is
additional funding provided by the government to support pupils known to be eligible for free school meals and children who are looked after.
All pupils are White British. Currently there are no pupils from minority ethnic groups, and none speak
English as an additional language.
The proportion of pupils who have special educational needs or disability is below average. There are not enough pupils to publish whether the school meets the government's floor standards that
set the minimum expectation of pupils' attainment and progress.
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