Arbourthorne Community Primary School

Arbourthorne Community Primary School

Team Arbourthorne Excellence as Standard

Why Partnerships Matter To Us

We believe that sharing experiences with others within our school, the local, national and international community is essential in the growth, development and well-being of our pupils.  We are always keen to participate in, organise and host community events. Links with our communities help us to build relationships with groups and individuals who will provide positive role models for our children. This may be in raising aspirations, supporting spiritual and moral development or in order for us to provide experiences beyond those available in school.

Be Our Guest!

Many visitors, including parents, come to share their special interests with the children and contribute their particular expertise. Sports coaches, artists, musicians and theatre companies regularly visit the school to work with the children and extend their experiences. 

Parents who help in school on a regular basis; assisting with trips, reading, art, activities, technology, cookery or gardening with the children, have a significant effect on the school and allow the school to provide activities or opportunities which would otherwise not be available. 

An Even Better Arbourthorne (AEBA)

The school is always aiming to maintain and extend the positive working partnership with parents and the local community.  We established ‘An Even Better Arbourthorne’  (AEBA), a school-led initiative that aims to develop and create fantastic, long term opportunities to build a better future for our children, their families and the Arbourthorne community. Find out more here: