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We belong to a cluster of schools that are within the catchment area for Long Stratton High School:

  • Manor Field Infant and Nursery

  • St. Mary’s Academy

  • Newton Flotman Primary

  • Saxlingham Nethergate Primary

  • Hempnall Primary

  • Shelton Primary; Hapton Primary

  • Aslacton Primary

  • Forncett St. Peter Primary.

We share close links with these schools and work together to make best provision for the children in our care. The cluster has a governing body made up of representatives from all the cluster schools.

Headteachers of the schools listed above meet together regularly to discuss current issues, collaborative projects and future plans..

Teachers meet together to discuss different aspects of their roles or curriculum subjects.

SENCOs meet to discuss provision for children with Special Educational Needs.

We share resources and training.

We share events, activities and facilities that enrich our children’s learning or provide additional support or challenge.

We ensure good transition arrangements for children moving to high school.

We celebrate the work of our children in collaborative festivals and exhibitions.

We enjoy good sporting links; our children meet with each other for fun and for competition.

The logo for the Long Stratton Cluster shows that every school is individual but that we are all very much part of the cluster:


   (We are the yellow egg!)

What does it mean to be a Church School?

Preston Primary is a Church of England Voluntary Controlled School. This means that, while Norfolk County Council maintains the school through a delegated budget, collective worship is provided in agreement with the Church of England Foundation Governors and The Trust Deeds. Religious Education at the school is in accordance with the Norfolk Agreed Syllabus.

We value our links with our local church and are proud of the Christian ethos that underpins all that we do at our school.

We warmly welcome children from all faiths and believe that diversity adds to the life and richness of the school.

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