Wreningham Primary School

8 April 2011 – The Easter Holidays have now started – back to school on Tuesday 26 April.

Wymondham High School

Ashwellthorpe and Fundenhall are included in the Wymondham High School Catchment area, with Wreningham Voluntary Controlled and Tacolneston Voluntary Controlled Primary Schools being among the feeder schools.  Wymondham High School, based at Folly Road, Wymondham, is an 11-18 mixed comprehensive school with c. 1400 pupils on its roll.

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Wreningham Voluntary Controlled Primary School

Wreningham VC Primary School is set in stunning surroundings in the beautiful village of Wreningham, 10 miles south-west of Norwich.  We are very privileged to have a school which has many modern facilities but with a tradition of being at the very heart of the community.  As our school motto says

Together Everyone Achieves More

At Wreningham VC Primary School we offer a happy and friendly atmosphere where children can grow to their full potential and become responsible and caring members of the community.  Children are happy to come to their school and remember their school days here long after they have left.

Visit our school website to find out more!

Report from Gary Betts, Community Goveernor in the Spring 2010 “Mardle” – The School Council raised over £1,000 during 2009 towards the extension of climbing walls and cargo netting and, with support from the Friends of Wreningham School, this extension was completed at the beginning of February 2010.

The School has gained Healthy School Status by the dedication of the School towards Healthy Eating, Personal Social and Health Education, Physical Activity and Emotional Health and Well-being.

Once again, Wreningham School has achieved an Eco-School Green Flag Award – a national award achieved by the school showing we are ecologically friendly and teaching the children the importance of looking after the environment.  Some of the areas focused on in the school are: litter reduction, energy conservation, healthy living, school grounds and biodiversity. We have eco-warriors in the school who ensure an eco-perspective in decisions that are taken, energy monitors, litter pickers, bird feeders etc. as well as a gardening group.

Report from Gary Betts, Community Governor in the December 2009 “Mardle” – Wreningham School was recently “OFSTEDed”. We are proud to announce that we have been judged as a GOOD school, with a GOOD capacity to improve, with the children making GOOD progress. We also have many OUTSTANDING features, including the care, guidance and support that we give the children, the pupils feel safe in school and the extent to which children adopt healthy lifestyles.

If there are any questions or issues you would like to talk to me about, please do not hesitate to contact me – my contact details are [email protected] or Stephen Price, Parent Governor on [email protected]

Bramble Bears

Bramble Bears (Charity Number 1072656)

Meet in Ashwellthorpe Village Hall every Monday, Tuesday (0915 – 1215) and Thursday (0915 -1145 and 1145 – 1445)

Ofsted inspected and approved

If you would like your child to be happy and in a small friendly environment please visit our website for further details at



With Raffle

Saturday 27th November 2010 – 7.30PM

Try It – Taste It – Buy It

Tickets £4 (£5 on the door)

Tel 01508 488047 or 01508 481801