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Welcome to Lyne and Longcross Church of England (Aided) Primary School with Nursery and Forest School.

 

 

Lyne and Longcross is a school for primary aged children both boys and girls (4 to 11 year olds) although we will not have our full quota of children until September 2018 as we increase a class at a time each year until then.

 

We also have a Nursery on site catering for children from 2 years old until they start school.

Nursery children regularly take part in school events.

 

The school received a Good Ofsted inspection report in July 2013.

 

  • Pupils are keen to learn; they respect each other and behaviour is good. Pupils say they feel safe in school and have a good awareness of how to keep themselves safe.”

 

  • Pupils achieve well. All make good progress.”

 

  • Strengths in teaching are good relationships between teachers and pupils, and skilled questioning that successfully builds on what pupils already know, encourages their thinking skills and extends their learning.”

The school received an Outstanding SIAMS report in March 2015.

 

  • “This is a welcoming and inclusive school in which the nurturing Christian ethos creates a happy, family environment that has a positive impact upon children who feel safe and enjoy coming to school.”

 

Our small, family like environment places us in an ideal position to get to know each child well, to build a knowledge of their interests and strengths, an understanding of their emotions and personalities, so that we can use our insight to provide relevant and inspirational learning opportunities.

 

Children learn in many different ways and we encourage children to develop as creative learners achieving high standards.

 

The curriculum is carefully planned to promote coverage, continuity and progression while opportunities are actively sought for children to adapt and further activities of particular interest to them. This promotes self expression and allows the children to be active participants in their education. Creative opportunities are planned into the curriculum.

 

Children are also encouraged to build an understanding of one another and feel secure that they are valued by the whole school community.

 

We acknowledge parents as children’s first educators and continue to invest in your input to your children’s education. Opportunities for liaison between teachers and parents about their children are built in as important elements in the life of the school.

 

The school is Church Aided, which means it draws not only upon the support of Surrey Local Education Authority, but also on the support of the Education Board of the Diocese of Guildford.

 

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