Bulmer St Andrews C of E Primary School
Church Road, Bulmer, Sudbury, CO10 7EH
tel: 01787 372383 - fax: 01787 311915
 
Head Teacher: Mrs E Mortimer 


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We are a beautifully located rural primary school set on the picturesque border between Suffolk and Essex. Our catchment area is made up of many small villages including Bulmer, Gestingthorpe, Middleton, Great and Little Henny, Twinstead, Borley, Foxearth, Pentlow, Liston and Wickham St. Paul. We also welcome children from outside our catchment area!  Please come and visit us and see why Bulmer St Andrew's C of E School is a great place to learn.  Mrs Mortimer would be delighted to show you around our lovely school.
 

Our latest Ofsted report said:

 
"Bulmer is a good school with a good capacity for sustained improvement"
 
 "Bulmer St Andrews provides a good quality of education for its pupils. Recently, there have been good, rapid improvements in many aspects of the school's work. This is because  of the committed and determined leadership of the headteacher combined with the wholehearted support of staff, parents, governors and pupils alike. Morale is high and pupils are proud of their school."
Dec 2009
 


"Bulmer St Andrews provides a good quality of education for its pupils. Pupils of all ages interact and behave well, and are highly considerate and very supportive of each other in lessons and around school. They enjoy school and attendance is above average. This has a positive impact on the ethos of the school and on learning."
Ofsted December 2009
 
"A welcoming, vibrant environment has the school vision at its heart, evidenced by displays, documentation and its ownership by staff and pupils alike.  Great care and attention has been given to provide a curriculum  which meets the needs of the whole child.  This has a real impact on pupils who feel involved and valued. The values of respect and self-respect underpin relationships at all levels, and positive role modelling influences pupils in their friendships and support for one another.  A parent highlighted the positive play between all ages. A pupil stated “we can talk our worries through together”
Diocese Inspection February 2010