***Non-Uniform Day (Bring a Bottle) is on Friday, 27th May*** We break up for half term on Friday, 27th May - School resumes again on Monday, 6th June ***Please send in any Sainsburys Active Kids Vouchers by Friday, 10th June - thank you *** May Attendance Percentage: 96%***

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

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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!

Proposals for New Infant and Junior Schools

Norfolk County Council is proposing the reorganisation of the Primary Phase schools in Attleborough.  If approved, this will see both Attleborough Infant and Attleborough Junior Schools becoming all through primary schools.  This will see Attleborough Infant School being relocated to a new site in the south of the town, and Attleborough Junior School being remodelled and extended. 

Please click on the link below for more information.

New Reading Logs for Years 1 and 2

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.

For Years 1 and 2 we are now introducing Reading Logs for each child to take the place of the Red Reading Record Books.  Reception will still be using the Red Reading Records for the time being.

To encourage the children to read we are also introducing Reading Dojo Points.  Your child will be getting a little character called a Class Dojo. They will achieve Dojo Points if they read well, write a book review, answer comprehension questions and points will be given for each comment written on the comments sheets.


Your child also has access to online reading in the form of e-books, which are colour banded, through Active Learn Primary or Bug Club as we like to call it.  Your child's user name and password can be found on their bookmark in their book bags.  The url is:-  www.activelearnprimary.co.uk.  Please make use of this wonderful free resource to encourage your child with their reading.


For more information about the new Reading Log and Bug Club, please click on the links below.

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.

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.