St Andrew's CE Primary School – Yetminster -

A safe, trusting and caring educational environment

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Care, courtesy, consideration and common sense

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Nurturing true community spirit

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Hearts and minds working as one

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St Andrew's CE Primary School

Excellent facilities to support the education of your child

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St Andrew's CE Primary School

Welcome to
St Andrew's CE
Primary School

St Andrew’s CE Primary School is an exciting and motivating place to learn.  We aim for every child to enjoy coming to school each day; to feel safe and loved; to be curious and ambitious; to have a voice and to persevere in order to be the best that they can be.

As a Church of England School, our Christian Values permeate all aspects of school life and are the foundation of our inclusive and diverse school community. We want to provide unique opportunities

 

Join us and catch the bug for learning!

School News

Brownsea Island

  We had such an amazing day - here are a small number of the many photographs that were taken!      

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New defibrillator and first aid training for students thanks to Toyota

Students have received first aid training and a new defibrillator has been installed on-site thanks to a grant from Toyota. All children in KS2 learnt first aid over a two-day course, including how...

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It’s GOLD again for St Andrew’s School

Following our successful assessment this week, St Andrew's School has been awarded with the Gold Mark for sport by Dorset Schools Sports Awards. This is then  second year in succession that the...

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Health and Wellbeng Week

What a great week we had. Here are some of the things we got up to!  

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Jake is climbing Ben Nevis

https://www.facebook.com/100000695560098/posts/2579041462129014/?sfnsn=mo This is the link to Jake's JustGiving page. He has already raised £455 to date and he is donating his funds to the Brownsea Island Trip on 19th July.  "I want...

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Day Two and we survived the first night

A hearty breakfast of cereal, pastries and bacon, sausage, eggs, hash browns, beans ……………… we are ready to face the day ahead.  I have never seen children eat so much!    ...

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Day One at St Briavel’s Castle

We arrived at 12.00 noon and ate our lunch.  It is now 8.00 pm and we are still going!  In fact, we haven't stopped all day.  Today we learned that St Briavel's...

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Our Splendid Football Team

The Football Team are very proud of their achievement this season. They finished as Dorset County Champions and third in the Southwest region.

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Congratulations!

We would like to say a huge 'congratulations' to Mr and Mrs Kettle who have announced that they will be expecting their first baby in the autumn.

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Tennis Superstars!

Many congratulations to our amazing tennis team who emerged as victors after the tennis tournament in Sherborne this week.  We are so proud that they will be representing North Dorset in the...

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Spectacular science!

Wow, what an explosive, bubbling, thought provoking week we have had.Kingfisher class have been amazed by chemical reactions with Super Sian and have carried out their own exciting experiments in class. They...

Welcome

On behalf of all the children, staff and governors, I would like to welcome you to St Andrew’s CE Primary School.

This is a school where every member of staff is committed to providing a rich learning environment to ensure that every child feels valued and special.  We truly personalise learning for each child as unique individuals.

We embrace all areas of learning and are particularly proud of the fact that we celebrate high success in sport and the expressive and performing arts as important aspects of a child’s holistic development.

I am proud and privileged to be part of the St Andrew’s CE Primary school family.  If you would like to join us, we would be delighted to welcome you to our school.

Mrs Julie Simpson, Headteacher

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