Our vision


Our Schools Mission Statement:

School Leaders and Governors are uncompromising in their high expectations for all – children, staff and the community. We are dedicated and committed to a child centred learning culture.  We encourage high aspirations, are inclusive and challenge all to achieve their full potential.  Our children love learning and are confident, creative and independent.  The school is at the heart of the community and we celebrate success together.


Governors and Staff of Bungay Primary School       December 2015



School Aims


Strategic Aim
Outstanding pupil achievement/progress and attainment
Strategic Aim
Good and outstanding teaching and learning
Strategic Aim
An environment of high expectations, innovation, creativity and excellence where all are valued, promoting a culture of continued improvement.
Strategic Aim
A professional culture and nurturing environment with children’s learning at the centre
Strategic Aim
Continual positive engagement with the community to promote high aspirations and standards; enabling children to become responsible citizens and lifelong learners.


Our strategic aims clearly demonstrate our drive and ambition to create a culture that enables pupils and staff to excel and this is reflected when visiting the school.


Modern Day Britain

At Bungay Primary we focus on preparing the children for the skills they will need in everyday Britain.

Our Foundation Stage children visit the library and the local fire station.

Year 6 have the opportunity to apply for the position of head boy, head girl, the deputies or to become school ambassadors, who also act as our school council. They have to complete an application form which includes a reference. Then they have to sit an interview.

Every year the Year 3 children visit a Tollgate Primary, Plaistow in London to experience life outside of Bungay.

The children from Tollgate Primary then visit Bungay, where the children give a guided tour of their locality.

Every half term, each class hosts a safeguarding share morning which will include e-safety, road safety, stranger danger and safety in the home. In Key Stage 2, they will also focus on alcohol and drugs.

Year 6 children take part in the Bungay civic service at the local church, which includes meeting local dignitaries such as the Town Mayor, Town Reeve, members of the local town council and MP.

Year 5 take part in crime prevention activities, which is supported by the local police.

Regular visits from the community police and PCSO to develop strong links and trust with people who keep us safe in the community.

We prepare our children for transition into a new key stage and have strong links with the high school to ensure children have every opportunity to discuss issues and work through them with others.

Circle time plays a big role in our school, allowing children to explore ideas and problem solve.

Children are encouraged to discuss their learning and have a say in how they can make their learning better.