History of the school
An increase in pupil numbers led to the addition of a temporary classroom in 1994. This classroom was occupied by Seatown Class (Year 5 and 6 pupils). A permanent extension, which included a classroom, staff room and toilets, was completed and dedicated by the Bishop of Sherborne in May 1999. An office extension was added to the school in 2009.
In October 2011 a major fire completely gutted the old Victorian school building. Following the fire, the school underwent major alterations and refurbishment. This included a new KS1 outdoor learning area and a two story extension to the school, along with two new KS2 classrooms within the old school building.