Welcome to Holbrook Academy

Welcome to Holbrook Academy.  Our aim is to help every child make the maximum possible progress – both in academic terms and as a developing individual.

Our exam results and Ofsted inspection reports speak for themselves. You can find details of these and much more elsewhere on this website.

The secret of our success is a focus on the individual needs of every child.  This is only achieved through hard work and determination but we are helped by our relatively small size and long history of good relations with the community we serve.

If you would like to see for yourself, we run regular open mornings and evenings and are happy to make special arrangements.  If you would like to do that, or for any other enquiry, please contact Sarah Beazley, PA to the Headteacher.

Dr Simon Letman – Headteacher                                                     

Notice Board


    Click on the link below to read about our students’ involvement in the recent Pin Mill Jamboree to celebrate the anniversary of Ransome’s book ‘We Didn’t Mean to go to Sea’.

    Pin Mill Jamboree


    We are holding a STEM Careers Evening on Tuesday 23rd May, 6.30-8.30pm in the Community Room.


    A copy of the programme for Activities Week can be found below

    Activities Week Programme


    National School Performance Tables published in the Times newspaper on 21st January 2017 placed Holbrook Academy sixth in the County of Suffolk on the basis of our 2016 results. This is the highest ranking in the school’s history.

    National School League Tables


    A number of complaints have been received by Holbrook Parish Council regarding dangerous and inconsiderate parking in Clench Road and on Ipswich Road at the start and end of the school day. Local residents are mainly concerned about the blocking of their driveways and where drivers are parking partially on the pavement near the tight bend opposite Berners Field, forcing other road users into the centre of the road.

    We would be grateful if parents/carers could be aware of these concerns and, in the interests of safety, avoid such practices in the future.