Pytchley School in the Community

We take great pride in our links with the local community.  Part of our Mission Statement is to:

“Be an integral part of the village community and its heritage, where staff, children, parents, the parish church and the wider community are welcome and share a common purpose”.

Some of the ways in which the school links with the community and takes part in village events, to which all members of the community are warmly invited include: -

  • A bi-termly service at the end of each term and annual harvest festival celebration service at All Saints Church, Pytchley
  • Infant Christmas Plays and Junior School Concerts
  • May Fayre – a fundraising event organised by the school and Friends of Pytchley School (FOPS).  The Fayre includes Maypole dancing, the crowning of the May Queen and King and a range of fun stalls
  • The largest Coffee Morning in the World in support of Macmillan cancer relief charity Pytchley Parents and Tots meet in the school hall each Tuesday at 10am during term-time
  • Sports day supports the children in a series of sports activities followed by a lunch for parents, children and the community
  • Pytchley Pilgrims - a Christian after-school club run during Autumn and Spring terms led by our local vicar