Federation Vision Statement
To create a thriving and diverse learning community, so that children are empowered to have ambitious and responsible aspirations for themselves, others and their world.
Angel Road Infant and Nursery School is located in central Norwich a short walk from the city centre. We are a 2 form entry inclusive setting catering for children from 2 years old to 7 years old. Our aim is to create a thriving and diverse learning community so that children are empowered to have ambitious and responsible aspirations for themselves, others, and their world. We pride ourselves on giving children the best possible start to their education.
We are federated with Angel Road Junior School. All three establishments have the same Executive Principal and Governing Body. We believe that this allows us to share expertise, resources and provide vital continuity as children make the most of their learning journey.
We are very proud of our school and its achievements. We strive to provide a caring and safe environment. We want children to enjoy learning and are committed to offering an engaging and inspiring curriculum. The whole team of teaching and support staff makes Angel Road Infant School and Nursery a great place to learn and work.
The views of children, parents, and carers are very important to us. If you have a suggestion or a concern please call into the school. Usually, a member of staff will be available to talk to you but if a longer conversation is required we may have to arrange an appointment.
We hope that you can find the information you need on this site but if you cannot please telephone or come to school and we will be very happy to meet you, answer your questions and provide you with paper copies of anything on our website.
Head of School
"Achievement is good and improving because teaching is good and some is outstanding."
"Pupils feel safe in school and their behaviour is outstanding."
"Pupils love to be in school and love to learn."
"Behaviour in lessons, around the school, on the playground and in the lunch hall is impeccable. Pupils conduct themselves incredibly well as they move around the building and do not need reminders from school staff."