Welcome to Trimley St Mary Primary School 01394 284130 office@trimley.net


If your child is displaying any of the symptoms linked with coronavirus, do not send them to school. Staff at school are not medically trained so if you feel you need advice, please contact 111 and follow their guidance.

Letters & Guidance for the Current Term – Sept 21 – Dec 21

Newsletter 21st October 2021

Covid Risk Assessment Autumn Term September 2021- Phase 4

Stuart Keeble letter 20.10.2021

SCC Letter to parents 6th Oct 21


Visitors Policy – September 2020

Letters regarding return to school, entrances & timings etc

School’s Coronavirus Update 17 March 2020

School Closure Update 18th March 2020

School Opening From 1st June for EYFS, Year1, Year6 & Childcare Club 26th May 2020

Entrances to School From 1st June

Welcome back to school on the w.b 1st June EYFS and Year 1

School Opening 8th June 2020

Door Entry & Exit for Next Week – Year 6 11th June 2020

Plan for School Return 3rd September 2020 21 July

School Map to show entrances September 2020 (1)

Welcome Back To School Tomorrow! 2nd September 2020

Reminder of Door Entry & Exit Points

Welcome Back To School Tomorrow! 2 Sep 2020

Breakfast Club Monday 7th September 2020

Newsletter 24_09_20 (1)

Letter to Parents and Carers from LA 1.10.2020 (002) (1) (3)

letter to Parents BJ late announcement 4 Jan

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Remote Learning Instructions (1)

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Map of Covid entrances severe weather

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School Map to show entrances 8th March 2021

You may find the following guidance from Suffolk County Council useful.

Letter to Parents and Carers from Suffolk County Council – October 1st 2020

Covid testing advice 15th September 2020 

The flowchart below shows how suspected cases will be dealt with in school which may also be useful to you.

SCC Action to be Taken by Schools May 2021

Emotional Wellbeing Hub

The Emotional Wellbeing Hub provides information, advice, and guidance if you are worried about the mental health of a child or young person aged 0-25 years, or you’re a young person experiencing emotional wellbeing difficulties.

The Emotional Wellbeing Hub is a multi-agency team offering a central point of contact for families, professionals, and young people to access mental health services.

May 21 Update – Important notice during Covid-19 regarding service delays:

Unfortunately, the Emotional Wellbeing Hub is experiencing a very high level of referrals and this means it is taking much longer for people to access mental health services and support. However some support can be accessed via links below.

For young people – Mental health and wellbeing (thesource.me.uk)

For parents and carers – Emotional Wellbeing Hub

Anxiety in children and young people – information and advice for parents and carers

Wellbeing in Education

Free wellbeing webinars available to help families and schools