Local Primary School


Summer concert in the grounds of Culworth Primary School

Older residents will recall that Sulgrave had its own Primary School until a decline in the numbers of children forced its closure in 1991.

Children from the village now attend Culworth Primary School together with those from the parishes of Culworth, Moreton Pinkney, Stuchbury and Thorpe Mandeville. The school is less than two miles from Sulgrave and a daily bus is provided by the Local Education Authority. See Map.

Following an inspection of the school on 2nd February 2009, the Ofsted Inspectors reported as follows:

This is an outstanding school. One parent accurately captured its essence when commenting that, ‘It is a very friendly school where the members of staff are always willing to help and really seem to care.’ Pupils greatly enjoy school and develop a love of learning because there is a rich and vibrant curriculum and excellent teaching. This ensures that pupils flourish both socially and academically and consequently, are prepared exceptionally well for the next stage of their education and for later life.

See here for the School’s own website.

Christmas Nativity Play 2007


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