Welcome to High Framland, 
in the heart of rural England.


Welcome to High Framland website.
For those who don't know, High Framland can be found on the border of Lincolnshire and Leicestershire, mid way between the market towns of Grantham and Melton Mowbray.
We are a very rural Benefice, comprised of six small villages ranging in population from 70 to 400.
We are a very welcoming community with a number of events held throughout the year from Messy Church sessions for the younger members to Harvest Festivals and other special services.

The High Framland benefice gets its name from the wapentake of Framland, mentioned in the Domesday Book.
 
There were four wapentakes in Leicestershire. High Framland is the northernmost benefice in the deanery of Framland which roughly corresponds to the Borough of Melton Mowbray.
It comprises the parishes of: St. Guthlac, Branston; St Botolph and St. John the Baptist, Croxton Kerrial; St Michael and All Angels, Harston; All Saints, Knipton; St Peter, Saltby; St Bartholomew, Sproxton.
OUR CHURCHES
  1. St Botolph & John the Baptist
    St Botolph & John the Baptist
    Croxton Kerrial
  2. St Michael & All Angels
    St Michael & All Angels
    Harston
  3. St Bartholomew
    St Bartholomew
    Sproxton
  4. St Guthlac’s
    St Guthlac’s
    Branston
  5. St Peters
    St Peters
    Saltby
  6. All Saints
    All Saints
    Knipton
OUR SCHOOL
The blend of traditional values and forward thinking strategies makes our school a lively, vibrant and innovative learning community. 

On 1 November, 2013, the school converted to Academy status within the Leicester Diocese Charitable Trust; we already enjoy an excellent relationship with the Leicester Diocese.

As a Church School we not only encourage our pupils to strive for excellence in the core subjects, but to broaden their education, to embrace and develop the concepts of faith and sprituality, of hope and charity and to enable them to develop into knowledgeable world citizens.