Welcome to Appledore School

Appledore School is located in the heart of an ancient fishing village, rich in maritime history, on the junction where the River Torridge meets the River Taw in beautiful North Devon.

We have approximately two hundred and fifty children, aged 3-11, taught in single age classes with names linked to the sea. Many are named after famous ships built in Appledore Shipyard and reflect our pupils' pride in their local heritage and community.  

Through a rich and rigorous curriculum, our pupils play an active part in their local community and learn how to be prepared for life's opportunities, responsibilities and experiences now and in the future. The creative arts are of huge importance to us, not least because Appledore is a very creative and artistic community. New for this year is our community art studio and a new values curriculum that includes P4C (Philosophy for Children). 

We hope you can find the information you are looking for, but if you can't please do not hestitate to contact us and we will do all we can to help.  And as for the quotes, they are real!

From all the staff and pupils at Appledore School

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May 18, 2018

Please read on to find out about our appearance on Radio Devon, cross country, Africa journal writing, shipwrecks and much. much more... 

May 18, 2018

Ofsted visited us last month as part of their inspection cycle and their report is now available to read. We are very pleased with the report, not least because it recognises the qualities of our children and staff and our determination to provide a broad, balanced and enriching curriculm experience for all the children.

Please click here to view the report.

May 11, 2018

Read on to find out about a feast of all things Roman, a Disney sing along, football skills, two soon to be discos and much, much more (including 'learning'!) that has been happening in and around the classes...

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