‘Catmose Primary is a good school’ Ofsted 2013

Catmose Primary is a 210 place school with academy status in Sandringham Close, Oakham, Rutland. Our school is friendly, calm and happy. Children enjoy their time with us and leave very well prepared to start their secondary education. We are the only feeder school for Catmose College who we work in partnership with through the Catmose Federation. We always welcome visitors and would be happy to give you a toEYPSur of the school which is the best way for you to determine if we are the right school for your child.

We are so proud of the children and staff at our School; it really is a welcoming and exciting School to be a part of. Our current Ofsted grading of Good in all aspects reflects this.

We have a Creative Curriculum across the School which encapsulates the way in which we work. It is designed to be Individual, Innovative and Inspiring, our 3Is.

We treat our children as individuals, we inspire them to learn and we want them to be innovative and enjoy their learning journey here at Catmose Primary.

Learning is a lifelong journey; our main aim is to ensure that every child succeeds and has the skills they need to continue that journey.

We hope you will come to Catmose Primary to meet the children and staff; we know you will be impressed by them as we are
every day.

The Ofsted report in February 2013 rated the school ‘Good’ in all categories.



01 December

These lovely shopping bags will be on display at the Christmas Fair this Friday after school. Why not place an order for a special present for a family member?


26 November

KS2 classes are enjoying karate sessions each Thursday. Poise, control and accuracy are key. The children report that they are enjoying these sessions very much.


19 November

On Friday 4 December we will be holding our annual Christmas Fete from 3.30 until 5.30pm. Read More


18 November

The School recently had a visit from the Mad Science performance group who took Anglian Water’s Keep it Clear campaign to an assembly to help children understand the problems caused by fats, oils and grease in our sewer system. Read More


16 November

It was the turn of Cedar Class to share their fantastic learning. We loved the outdoor artwork! Well done Cedar.