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Pomphlett Primary School
Howard Road, Plymstock, PL9 7ES, UK Plymouth
+44 (0)1752 408966


Built in 1960, Pomphlett Primary School is a one form entry school serving a community of mixed housing in Plymstock, a suburb of Plymouth. There is a pre-school unit on site, opened in June 1995. This excellent facility provides the great majority of children that enter each September (a one point entry for those children who will be five that academic year). It also provides pre and post school care, as well as a holiday club. The children are organised into year groups, with the reception class and the year one class occupying the ground floor, with years two to six occupying the first floor. We take 30 children into each year group, so have a capacity of 210.


It is our aim that all children should:

  • Acquire knowledge and skills to the best of their ability in all areas of the curriculum.
  • Enjoy the experience of learning, and of coming to school.
  • Develop the ability to work with others, think of others and care for others.
  • Celebrate with parents/guardians the achievements and progress made by them whilst at this school.


There are seven classes in the school. The classes are made up of a single year group. Very occasionally a child may not be in a class of their peers, but this is exceptional.

The Class Teacher is responsible for teaching all areas of the curriculum to the children in their care. Children are also helped and supervised by Teaching Assistants working under the guidance of the Class Teacher. Children having particular problems may also receive extra tuition from the support teachers who pay regular visits to our school.


Curriculum 2000 lays out programmes of study for children to experience as they pass through the school. The teaching staff have attempted to incorporate these programmes of study into a whole school curriculum map which ensures that the activities the children are involved in have a sense of continuity and progression.

Many of these activities are based around developing their skills and knowledge in particular subjects. However, we also feel that children enjoy thematic work, where several subjects may be developed under a common title. These themes may change from year to year, but you may be interested to know about the planned themes for the coming year.

Your interest and support is very welcome, both at home and at school!

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