Hello and welcome to the Huntspill Primary Academies website. This is the home of both West and East Huntspill Primary Academies.
At the Huntspill Primary Academies we believe that all children should be given the opportunity to build the confidence to allow them to experience the joy of learning that will remain with them throughout their life. Through our shared values - attend, strive, proud, inclusive, respectful & enjoy - we aim to give our children aspiration to give their all and be the best they can be, always. We want our children to be confident, able people, who have a clear sense of moral purpose and an understanding of the world and peoples around them.
This can only be achieved if we work together with the children, the families and the local community and always put the children at the centre of any decisions we make.
Our website contains a great deal of information about both schools, however I would always welcome and encourage you to visit us in person to really experience what we are all about.
Mr Steve Davis
- Children and Young People's Wellbeing Health
Children and Young People's Wellbeing Health during the Summer Holidays.
Pro-coaching will be organising and running a 6 weeks sporting summer holiday provision at King Alfred’s Sports Centre in Highbridge, from Monday July 26th to Friday September 3rd (weekdays and not Monday 30th August) 9am to 1pm.
- Change of age range consultation at The Huntspill Primary Academies
We are proposing to extend the age range of children admitted to The Huntspill Primary Academies from 4-11 years to 2-11 years.
- Burnham Library Harry Potter Quiz
Do we have any budding Wizards who would like to test their knowledge of Harry Potter? Good luck Wizards
- BAGS OF HELP!
The PTAs from both schools are using BAGS OF HELP to raise some funds for the schools.
Latest The Huntspill Primary Academy, East Huntspill Preschool, West Huntspill Under 5s Events
- SUMMER HOLIDAY24Jul2021
- Year 6 Summer Camp at TKASA26Jul2021
@ The King Alfred School Academy
The week will consist of a number of academic and enrichment sessions running each day from 9.30am to 2.00pm. We hope that the week supports students with their mental health and wellbeing, and to catch up on missed face-to-face learning, gives them the chance to familiarise themselves with King Alfred's, as well as make new friends before they start with us formally in September.