***We break up for half term on Friday, 12th February and School resumes again on Monday, 22nd February***

A Welcome Note from our Headteacher


I feel very proud to be the Headteacher of such a wonderful school, full of happy, well-behaved children who are a pleasure to teach.

Attleborough Infant School is a learning community where we work hard to make every child and adult feel that they are an important part of our school. Our staff at our school work very hard to make lessons interesting and exciting, where children can explore, discover and create. Most of all we have fun!

We want every child to try their best, to make the best progress possible and achieve their best, whatever the challenges they may face.

Welcome to our School


We would like to wish you a warm welcome to our School. 

Please explore our website to find out more about us and you can also click on the link above to view a small photo show of Attleborough Infant School. 

If you think your child could be happy at our school and you would like to find out more, please telephone our school office on 01953 453127 to arrange a personal tour by our Headteacher, Lucy Wayman. 

We look forward to seeing you!

Thank you!

Thank you for all the donations we have received for various events. Below you will find how much has been raised and where the monies have been sent:-

Collection at Reception's Nativity Performance - £203.55 to the St Martin's Housing Trust.

Poppy Appeal - £141.37 to the Royal British Legion.

Christmas Jumpers - £190.30 to a charity for children's cancer.

Attleborough Infant School App

Click here for information about the Free Attleborough Infant School app for smart phones. The app sends a notification to users every time your organisation adds something, even when the app is not running, so you can keep up-to-date with existing and new information.



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'.


Out of School Activities

Search the Norfolk Directory for things to do for children and young people with SEND that are suitable for the whole family. You can also find mainstream clubs and activities which are accessible to children and young people with SEND.