TrullChurch of England VA Primary School

“I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full” John 10:10

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Welcome and times of the school day

Welcome to Trull Church of England VA Primary School.


Mission Statement


We at Trull Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School strive for excellence. We seek to help children achieve their full potential, by encouraging a love of learning and the development of self-esteem in a safe, secure and caring environment. As a Church School we aim to develop Christian values and foster a kind and caring attitude towards other people and respect for their beliefs. We see and grasp opportunities for children and staff in order to ensure that we educate for “life in all its fullness” and build the common good for all. We also celebrate that each individual is known, loved and held by God.

     Jesus said "I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full"

                                                             (John 10:10)



Trull Primary School caters for children aged 4-11 years.  As a Voluntary Aided school the church is represented by a majority of the Governors and the teaching staff are in sympathy with the Christian faith as expressed by the Church of England.

We have seven year groups from the Foundation Stage to Year 6.  There are eight classes, each class is assigned a class teacher responsible for the education and pastoral needs of the child for one year. 

We hope you will enjoy looking at our school website to give you a flavour of life at Trull.  We welcome comments and feedback regarding the website.  If you require any further information please contact the school direct.  Thank you for your visit.

Luke Bottomley


A paper copy of the website can be obtained from the School Office upon request.


The school day starts at 8.45 am. The school gates open at 8.30 am and link doors open at 8.40 am

The day finishes at 3.15 pm totalling 32.5 hours per week.

Lunchtime is from 12.15 pm until 1.15 pm and children have a choice of a hot meal or they bring sandwiches.

At 3.15 pm the children are dismissed. The teachers will ensure that all Key Stage 1 children are collected and in Key Stage 2, if a parent is not there to collect, the children come and tell an adult on the gate or in the office.  


Breakfast and After-School Club

Breakfast Club starts at 7.30 am and the children are delivered to their classes in Key Stage 1 at 8.40 am when the rest of the children arrive, Key Stage 2 make their way to their respective classes.

The After-School Club runs from 3.15 pm until 5.45 pm.

This is all booked via SCOPAY.