Thursday 21st August 2014
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  We are extremely proud of our latest OFSTED report (April 2010).
It highlights the outstanding features of our school including the 'exemplary behaviour' of our children.
Click here to read the full report and find out about the other judgements the inspectors made.
Click on the above link to see what we have been up to

New Website for September 2014
In September a new school website will be launched. Information about the new website will be released in September and links to Db learning and other resources will be still available through the new website.
The History of the School
Attleborough Infant School is sited about 15 miles south-west of Norwich and is one of the largest infant schools in the County. It serves the growing town of Attleborough, as well as a number of outlying villages. The original establishment, known as the National School, was run by the Church and opened in 1840. New buildings were erected for infants in 1875 and further additions were built in 1895 and 1898. In 1952 a large extension consisting of hall, cloakroom, work area and two classrooms were added with two further classrooms being built at the rear of the school in 1971.
The school served children from the ages of 5-14 until the 1960s when the High School opened to take pupils from the age of 11. In 1974, under reorganisation in Norfolk, Attleborough County First School for 5-8 year olds was established, followed by subsequent reorganisation in 1999 to an Infant School.
 Click here for photographs and information about
how Attleborough Infant School is aiming to make
it a brighter and more inspiring place to learn.
Be a '5 Star Reader'
In Attleborough Infant school we love books. We share books, read our favourite stories and read books in class as part of our Read Write Inc programme.
Click on the 5 stars below for advice and guidance on how to help your child become a '5 Star Reader'.
Our Latest Review 4.12.12
Click here to read about the latest review of our school by an Ofsted-trained Improvement Professional who judged us to be outstanding in all areas!
 Key Information 2012-2013 
From September 2012, the DfE (Department for Education) has stated that schools are required to publish key information online. You can find the following information here by clicking on the links:
   For staff only
dB Learning
Parents and Children's Link for VLE access.
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As part of the National Healthy Schools Scheme, Attleborough Infant School is committed to maintaining Healthy School status.
Here are some links to help children use the internet safely. Check out Hector's World on Thinkuknow link for some ideas your children may access.
Parent View is a survey that gives you the chance to tell Ofsted what you think about your child’s school.
Parent View asks for your opinion on 12 aspects of your child’s school, from the quality of teaching, to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. Ofsted will use the information you provide when making decisions about which schools to inspect, and when. The survey is not designed to receive complaints about schools. For more information or to take part in the survey please Click here.

Attleborough Infant school is a member of the Breckland School Sports Partnership which endeavours to support schools in the teaching and learning of sport across the year groups, for more information click on the link
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