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Welcome to Holbrook Academy

100017We are proud of our reputation as a happy, vibrant, caring and supportive Academy at the heart of the local community.

At Holbrook our vision is to produce young people with exemplary attitudes who will make a positive contribution to the community in which they live and to the wider world in the future. Our aim is that everybody can be somebody.

Our strength is our determination to know every child well, supporting them according to their individual needs, and the quality of our relationships with parents and carers.

Our purpose is to provide a distinctive educational experience and take every child on a journey of self-discovery, helping them to search for the qualities which will help them to stand out from the crowd and preparing them for the challenges of our fast-changing modern world. We try to ensure that children learn for life.

Our commitment is to relentlessly focus on pupil achievement and the quality of our provision in all areas. We do this through continually improving teaching and learning and providing the best possible opportunities for all children to do the best they can.

Simon3Please do come and visit us and see for yourselves the exciting things going on at Holbrook. We run regular open mornings and evenings but would be happy to welcome you at other times. To arrange your own appointment, please contact Mrs Sarah Beazley, PA to Headteacher.

I look forward to meeting you.

Dr Simon Letman – Headteacher

Notice Board


    Tuesday 16th June: PE/Humanities day

    Wednesday 1st July: Transition Day

    Thursday 2nd July: Parents’ Information Evening

    Full details sent home this week.


    Well done and thank you to everyone who supported Comic Relief on Friday 13th March.  We raised just under £450.


    Is your child entitled to free school meals? If so, not only will this mean that a tasty free lunch is available every day but if registered, it will help to boost funds for the academy called Pupil Premium. This funding is used to provide additional support throughout your child’s time with us. To see if this applies to your family, please click here or call Suffolk County Council on 01473 260989.


    Congratulations to our students and staff for all their hard work. Including English and Maths, 59% students achieved 5 or more A* to C grades, resulting in an improvement of 1.26% from last year.