Two schools joining forces

Anne Senior and Key Stage 2 teachers from Anthony Curton and Tilney All Saints school. From left, Jeremy Wilkinson, Dawn Liddle, Emily Coward, Anne Senior, Sam Joyce and Melissa Morgan.
Anne Senior and Key Stage 2 teachers from Anthony Curton and Tilney All Saints school. From left, Jeremy Wilkinson, Dawn Liddle, Emily Coward, Anne Senior, Sam Joyce and Melissa Morgan.

Anthony Curton Primary School is forming a partnership with neighbouring school Tilney All Saints, with Anthony Curton headteacher Anne Senior appointed as executive headteacher of both schools.

This will be an exciting year for Anthony Curton, in Walpole St Peter, as it is also celebrating its 30th anniversary.

Mrs Senior said: “Although extremely hard work and a challenging role, I am enjoying the responsibility enormously. I am fully supported by excellent governors, staff and parents in both schools and, of course, wonderful children.

“I am extremely privileged to be able to lead Anthony Curton into its 30th anniversary and to be so fully involved at the birth of our new partnership with our lovely sister school at Tilney All Saints.”

To mark its anniversary and the celebration of the partnership, both schools will be welcoming a variety of official visitors over the next few months, including Stephen Conway Bishop of Ely, Gordon Boyd assistant director of Norfolk Children’s Services and MP Henry Bellingham.