Extract from the school prospectus:

We pride ourselves on being a friendly, welcoming school. Every effort is made to provide a varied and interesting curriculum; to prepare your child for future learning and give them the skills and enthusiasm they need. We are committed to every one of our children and we work hard to make sure they achieve their full potential, becoming responsible, confident learners. We recognise the importance of developing all the abilities of the children, and offer many opportunities for them to take part in additional activities.
Children have been educated at school in Bunny for over 300 years. The first school was designed and built by Sir Thomas Parkyns, in 1700 and cost the princely sum of four hundred pounds. Following the 1944 Education Act the school became a Church of England Controlled School, and the building was replaced by the current school in 1968.

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