Proud to be rated a good school by Ofsted – April 2019

We are delighted to share that Nunney School was inspected by Ofsted in April this year and has been judged Good overall, and Outstanding for pupils’ personal development, behaviour and welfare. This wonderful outcome is a direct result of the dedication of everyone...

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What A Wonderful Time We Had At Wookey Hole Caves

Everyone agreed that our whole school visit to Wookey Hole Caves on Friday 1st March was an amazing experience. The caves were spectacular and a long way under the ground! We learnt a lot about different types of rock and experienced firsthand, how limestone is eroded...

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Harvest Celebrations

Harvest celebrations were great fun and involved us all in a range of activities and learning experiences linked to food and farming. The whole school visitied ASDA where we saw bread being made, completed a fruit and vegetable quiz and saw how food is delivered and...

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A Warm Welcome To Our 12 New Reception Pupils

Reception pupils have taken to school like ducks to water! Here they are in their first week at school, proudly wearing necklaces they have threaded, each containing the number of beads (including pieces of pasta!) they could accurately count - an example of the rich,...

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Bumper ‘Mucky Pups’ Produce Sale Raises £30

This summer was a fabulous season for growing food albeit that there was a lot of watering to do to keep the plants alive! In our first week back at school, Year 1 pupils spent Friday afternoon harvesting our crops and collected all this amazing food to sell. There...

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Harvest Visit To Green Farm

On the 12th October the whole school visited Green Farm at Downhead near Shepton Mallet to experience harvest on a farm! The morning was full of fun activities that raised awareness of food production and wildlife conservation. We made dampers (unleavened bread made...

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