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Great Alne Primary School

Our School

Great Alne School is located on the edge of the village, within walking distance of Alcester and seven miles from Stratford upon Avon. The majority of pupils live in Great Alne, Alcester and the surrounding villages. We also have children from Bidford, Studley and Redditch who travel in order to access this sought-after setting.

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The School’s Origins

The school was founded by Richard Seymour in 1836 and was originally housed in Great Alne Church, the room now used as the vestry. The new school was built on its current site in 1965. 

Great Alne School Today

Great Alne Primary is a small village school with a capacity of 105 pupils. There are three main classrooms plus a library, piano suite, music room, further teaching room, hall, office, outdoor teaching area, vegetable garden, playground, (inc trim-trail and giant climbing frame!) and playing fields. All set within a remarkable rural location.

Close links with local groups, such as the Round Table, Women’s Institute, Parish Church, Parish Council, and Great Alne Park Retirement Village, make Great Alne Primary a central part of the local community.