The school is located at the far end of Norton Lindsey on the road to Wolverton. As a small rural village school we enjoy good links with the local community. We always take part in the village fetes both in Norton Lindsey and in Wolverton by either singing, maypole dancing or running a stall. At Christmas and in the summer we hold productions where we invite the local residents to come and enjoy the performance and stay for refreshments and a chat afterwards. Our Christmas and summer fayres are open to everyone in the village and are always well attended.
We have a good relationship with the 'Stilton Sniffers' who are a small fellowship group who meet together regularly to help the community by fundraising and getting involved with local projects. Recently their fundraising efforts have led them to give us a generous donation which has enabled us to build a sensory garden in school. At the start of this project a working party from the village gave up their weekend to help clear the patch of land in school where the garden is now situated. Without their help this project wouldn't have got off the ground.
National Lottery funding was awarded to provide an all-weather surface for our sensory garden so that children and members of the community can access the area all year round.
We are very fortunate to have the support of the local community.
To increase the children’s awareness of other, different communities within Britain we study a variety of cultures through our topic based curriculum.
The children have an awareness and appreciation of other cultures in the wider world through our fund raising efforts for "The Butterfly Tree" charity. Through this charity we sponsor a Zambian orphan called Priscilla. The charity’s founder lives in Norton Lindsey and visits school to update us on Priscilla’s progress.