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One of the most important decisions you will have to make is choosing the primary school which is right for your child.

Hundon and Thurlow Primary Federation consists of two small, family-orientated primary schools. Committed to ‘laying the foundations for a bright future’ for our children, we work together to provide stimulating environments where we know each of our pupils well and they are valued, encouraged and supported to achieve their fullest potential, empowering them to make their best contribution to their community and beyond.

Two happy, friendly and caring schools, just 10 minutes from Haverhill, each set within effectively designed grounds with a skilful and dedicated team of teachers and learning support staff ensure every individual has the space to think, learn interact with others and grow to become astute, confident learners, making good or better progress.

Hundon Community Primary School is a good school (Ofsted 2019) providing the very best educational experiences, securing high educational standards for our pupils whilst giving high priority to their personal, moral, spiritual and cultural development, encouraging respect for each other and of other faiths and cultures, all underpinned by our strong commitment to our values.

Located at the heart of our community, Hundon Community Primary School has spacious, bright and well organised classrooms and learning areas where a broad, balanced and exciting curriculum, personalised to meet the needs of all our children, from the very start of their school life, is successfully delivered.   

Our pupils are, without a doubt, the best measure of our success and I encourage you to come and visit us, meet our pupils, staff and governors and find out for yourself what makes Hundon Community Primary School a unique and inspiring learning community.

We look forward to meeting you.

Mrs Sharon FitzGerald, Headteacher