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Pupil Attainment and Achievement

The aim of our school is to provide all pupils with an outstanding education which helps them to not only achieve in line with or above nationally expected standards, but also equips them with the life skills which will see them succeed at secondary school and beyond in the workplace so that all children lead happy and productive lives.

You can see our data for 2022-23 on the page below:

Pupil Attainment and Achievement

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The aim of our school is to provide all pupils with an outstanding education which helps them to not only achieve in line with or above nationally expected standards, but also equips them with the life skills which will see them succeed at secondary school and beyond in the workplace so that all children lead happy and productive lives.

You can see our data for 2022-23 on the page below:

Aspiring to inspire others towards excellence

developing as individuals together in a distinctively Christian environment

‘For the body is not one member, but many.’
1 Corinthians, 12:14

Aspiring to inspire others towards excellence

developing as individuals together in a distinctively Christian environment

‘For the body is not one member, but many.’
1 Corinthians, 12:14

Welcome to Our School

A message from Mr Stephen Saunders, Headteacher

On behalf of our students, staff and governing body I am delighted to welcome you to Little Waltham Primary School. I believe that the very best schools allow students to feel safe, enjoy learning with great enrichment opportunities, and ensure that all students can achieve their full potential. Little Waltham Primary School does just that. Ask any student and they will tell you that they love coming to school, and are excited about the future we offer them.

Welcome to
Our School

A message from Mr Stephen Saunders, Headteacher

On behalf of our students, staff and governing body I am delighted to welcome you to Little Waltham Primary School. I believe that the very best schools allow students to feel safe, enjoy learning with great enrichment opportunities, and ensure that all students can achieve their full potential. Little Waltham Primary School does just that. Ask any student and they will tell you that they love coming to school, and are excited about the future we offer them.

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Our school is situated in the pretty village of Little Waltham and caters for pupils from 4-11. We pride ourselves in creating a caring environment based on Christian values, which allows the children to reach their full academic, social, moral and physical potential. By providing a holistic approach to learning and development we support each child’s individual needs.

The school is a vibrant and welcoming community that enjoys positive and supportive relationships with governors, parents and the local community. Our links with the Church are treasured, enabling our pupils to develop and grow in a supportive environment. We work hard to improve the learning opportunities for all our pupils and value the commitment made by all our staff.

Our mission as a church school is to be Loving, Welcoming and Succeeding with Faith, Family and Friendship at the centre of all that we do by supporting our students to gain confidence and to grow throughout their time with us. The eight key Christian values that are the core of our school life are Creation, Endurance, Forgiveness, Koinonia, Reverence, Service, Trust and Wisdom.

At Little Waltham your child will receive a broad and balanced curriculum enabling them to develop self-confidence, sensitivity to others, empathy and social competence. We promote a culture where pupils are happy, believe that they can succeed, take responsibility for their learning, set targets for their own achievement and develop as independent learners.

Over the last few years our school has grown from having 145 pupils to over 205. We have been supported by the Local Authority in this growth with two brand new classrooms and two well appointed re-locatable class bases which the older children love. Our outside areas have also been enhanced with some excellent PE equipment and re-energised spaces. All newcomers are made very welcome and soon become part of our community.

We look forward to welcoming you to Little Waltham.

Our school is situated in the pretty village of Little Waltham and caters for pupils from 4-11. We pride ourselves in creating a caring environment based on Christian values, which allows the children to reach their full academic, social, moral and physical potential. By providing a holistic approach to learning and development we support each child’s individual needs.

The school is a vibrant and welcoming community that enjoys positive and supportive relationships with governors, parents and the local community. Our links with the Church are treasured, enabling our pupils to develop and grow in a supportive environment. We work hard to improve the learning opportunities for all our pupils and value the commitment made by all our staff.

Our mission as a church school is to be Loving, Welcoming and Succeeding with Faith, Family and Friendship at the centre of all that we do by supporting our students to gain confidence and to grow throughout their time with us. The eight key Christian values that are the core of our school life are Creation, Endurance, Forgiveness, Koinonia, Reverence, Service, Trust and Wisdom.

At Little Waltham your child will receive a broad and balanced curriculum enabling them to develop self-confidence, sensitivity to others, empathy and social competence. We promote a culture where pupils are happy, believe that they can succeed, take responsibility for their learning, set targets for their own achievement and develop as independent learners.

Over the last few years our school has grown from having 145 pupils to over 205. We have been supported by the Local Authority in this growth with two brand new classrooms and two well appointed re-locatable class bases which the older children love. Our outside areas have also been enhanced with some excellent PE equipment and re-energised spaces. All newcomers are made very welcome and soon become part of our community.

We look forward to welcoming you to Little Waltham.

The Latest News from our School Community

The Latest News from our School Community

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

This Week’s Aims & Values

This Week’s Aims
& Values

Our Prayer and Christian Value are set each Monday to help focus our minds for the week ahead.

Each week in our class worship, we respond to the Big Question of the Week. You can see our responses in our Weekly News.

Prayer for the WeekDear God,
Help us to make wise choices, when we are working in classes, when we are playing with our friends and when we are living in our homes
Amen
Christian ValueWisdom
Big Question of the WeekIs it really kindness if we expect something in return?

House Points

House Points

4th

Chignals

2nd

Easters

3rd

Leighs

1st

Rodings

At Little Waltham, everyone believes that all pupils can ‘live life in all its fullness’. Pupils build positive relationships with staff. These are very much appreciated by pupils. Parents value improved communication between home and school. Pupils happily attend school and enjoy starting the day being greeted by leaders.”

Ofsted School Report, July 2023

The well-established vision is the school’s ‘golden thread’. It drives leaders’ actions, informs decision-making, is used to evaluate practice and is the means to ensure flourishing for all.”

DFE’s SIAMS Church Schools Inspection Report,
September 2022

Parent ViewParent View asks for your opinion on 12 aspects of our school, from the quality of teaching, to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. By sharing your views, you’ll be helping us to improve further as well as identifying what we are doing well. Click the link below to register and complete a survey:

Parent ViewParent View asks for your opinion on 12 aspects of our school, from the quality of teaching, to dealing with bullying and poor behaviour. By sharing your views, you’ll be helping us to improve further as well as identifying what we are doing well. Click the link below to register and complete a survey: