...Where learning is fun!
In class and in the playground, we enjoy learning and take our committees, clubs and recreation very seriously!
We have some awesome equipment to use in our beautifully, stimulating indoor and outdoor environments , why not come and see for yourself?
What's special about our school - what do we do?
Titchmarsh Church of England School is a small school with a big heart set in the delightful Northamptonshire village of Titchmarsh, in the northeast of the county, between the beautiful market towns of Thrapston and Oundle and the A14. We have 5 classes; single classes for each year group in KS1 and single classes for the English, maths and science in Years 3 and 4.
Life within the school is busy and engaging for the children and outside they can let off steam and learn team skills on our large play equipment, an outside classroom, as well as a playing field for sport and games. We also have a garden where we grow vegetables and a wildlife area. Why not visit our Gallery to see around our school?
From Reception to Year 4 the children have weekly French lessons where Mme Kernick comes in and teaches us French through songs, rhymes and games.
At Titchmarsh you can learn a musical instrument, usually brass, violin or piano.
We also play a lot of sport. Titchmarsh CE Primary School is a member of the Oundle and Thrapston Sports Partnership and we regularly take part in cross country, basketball, football, tag rugby, cricket and athletics events. We also take part in tennis organised by Oundle Tennis Club and cricket organised by Oundle Cricket Club.
We have a very active PTA, The Friends of Titchmarsh School, organises many events for children, parents and friends. The big events each year are the Quiz night, Halloween Disco, Silent Auction and the Fun Day.
We hope you will take a few minutes to browse our website to find out more about our excellent school. If you do need any further help or information, do not hesitate to get in touch - the Contact Us page has all the details you might need to do that!
Executive Head Teacher