Welcome toLittleton Church of England Infant School
I cannot thank Littleton and the strong team of staff enough. They have given my son roots and wings to fly as he goes on to the next stage of his education. - Parent
A warm welcome to Littleton Church of England Nursery and Infant School set at the heart of the Littleton community. We have very strong links with St Mary Magdalene Church and we pride ourselves on our warm and inclusive Christian learning community. We provide education for children from 3 -7 years old.Read full message
“Littleton Nursery and Infant School is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to do the same.”
Our school'sChristian Vision & Core Values
We believe in the God given uniqueness of every individual and value them within a loving and inclusive Christian community.
Through our love of God, we are all shaping our school, so that each of us can flourish, achieve, develop resilience and contribute to life in all its fullness.
Our school is underpinned by our Christian vision and our three core values through which we explore many more specific values.
- Care for Ourselves
- Care for Each Other
- Care for our World
Ofstedsays...View Ofsted report
The quality of the curriculum is undoubtedly a strength of the school and underpins all aspects of learning. It has been imaginatively planned to take into account locally found experiences as well as building on the skills and talents of adults associated with the school. The curriculum is based around topics or themes and always begins with a question to stimulate pupils’ interest. This approach engages pupils, who thoroughly enjoy finding answers and learning a range of skills that prepares them well for the next stage of their education.
- Joy Considine Ofsted Inspector April 2018
Siamssays...View SIAMS report
This is an inclusive school where all are welcomed, treated with dignity and respect. Each knows that they are uniquely special because they are God’s creation. Pupils understand what it means to care for themselves, each other and their world. They explain simply that love leads to care. Because of this, their behaviour is excellent.
- John Viner SIAMS Inspector September 2019