Welcome to Axminster Community Primary Academy

Welcome to Axminster Community Primary Academy

Our school, which has a high reputation for so many things, prides itself on having a sound, traditional approach to subjects but with the best of new technology and good quality facilities for the children. 

Axminster Primary Academy is rather special; you have only to approach the school to see that it is different from others. There is ample evidence outside to show that a caring attitude has been used in the environment and even more important is the fact that parents and inspectors have remarked that this caring attitude is transferred to relationships within the School. We are proud of this fact. Children are at the heart of Axminster Community Primary Academy and each child is encouraged to achieve the highest standard possible in all aspects of school life.

I hope you find the information on our website useful and informative, but obviously the best way to get a real feel about us is to come and visit us, look around and meet the children and staff.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to arrange a visit.

Ingrid Edginton

Head of School (Acting) Axminster Community Primary Academy.

New appointments!

New appointments!

The Head Boy, Head Girl and their deputies have been chosen to represent our school for this term.  The children were chosen because they have demonstrated great maturity and initiative.  The staff are looking forward to working with them.

Space

Space

This half term Ash Class are on a journey to Space! So far they have been very busy exploring the dark den, becoming astronauts and building rockets to have picnics on the moon.  We look forward to hearing about their future adventures.

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Painting Big Style!

Painting Big Style!

The children attending our Early Years Centre have been exploring with paint on a large scale! They have been mixing colours to learn how they are able to make new colours.  It was a very messy activity but lots of fun!

Cooking Club

Cooking Club
This week in Cooking Club the children were making fruit smoothies. They had to use the 'claw' grip to carefully cut up strawberries and bananas. They then added yogurt and orange juice before blending and the results very yummy! The children also got to try some apple and pineapple.The school also had lots of other after school clubs starting this week so that the children can participate in extra activities every day after school.Click on the title for more photographs.

And the lucky winner is.....

And the lucky winner is.....

The winner of the Giving Machine competition held by our P.T.F.A was announced today.  Mrs Parker was the lucky winner and is pictured here with her prize, a Christmas hamper.  Well done to her and thank you to all who entered the competition.

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