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Originally there were two first schools in this local area, one in Kilmington and one in Zeals. Following a local review in 2003, the two first schools were amalgamated into one primary school although both sites were retained with Kilmington becoming the centre for Infants and Zeals the centre forJuniors.

On 1st December 2013 the school become part of the Diocese of Salisbury Academy Trust (DSAT) and was renamed Whitesheet Church of England Primary Academy. The Academy is unique in that it still retains the two centres.

 

As a Church of England Academy there is a responsibility to ensure that Christian and British Values are reflected on a day to day basis. The Academy makes sure that every child is challenged so that they always do their best morally, socially and academically.

 

Catchment

Any family can apply to become part of our Academy. Most of our children come from the villages of Maiden Bradley, Kilmington, Stourton and Zeals. However, children attend from a variety of towns and villages that are in Wiltshire, Somerset and Dorset.

 

Visits to the Academy are always welcome

 

We encourage any family considering a new school/academy for their child/children to come and visit us. Everyone is made very welcome and we are always pleased to show you around our two centres.

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