Welcome to Little Gaddesden Church of England Primary School
Latest News – September 2016
|Mon 3rd October||RE Week
Gym Club Yrs 1-6 (8.00am)
Harvest Church Service (9:15am)
French Club Yrs 1-3 (3.20pm)
|Tue 4th October||RE Week
Dodgeball Club Yrs 1-6 (8.00am)
Class 3 St Albans Abbey (9.00am)
Class 2 Berkhamsted Baptist Church (9.00am)
Class 4 Buddhist Monastery Gt Gaddesden (9.00am)
Class 1 Little Gaddesden Church (10.00am)
|Wed 5th October||RE Week
Springs Dance Company (10.00am)
Football Club Yrs 1 & 2 (12.25pm)
Football Club Yrs 3-6 (3.15pm)
|Thu 6th October||RE Week
Barnabas in schools
Netball Club (3.30pm)
|Fri 7th October||RE Week
Great Gaddesden visit – Masai Drumming
FOLG Ashridge Walk (9.00am)
Little Gaddesden Primary School enables children to perform to their full potential – as curious and creative thinkers, independent and enthusiastic learners and confident individuals. It sets up children’s attitudes for learning as citizens of the future; encouraging them to be versatile, giving them confidence to try new challenges and helping them develop resilience when things don’t go as planned. This is underpinned by excellent teaching, delivering strong academic results.
Children are valued as individuals and as much for their endeavours as their achievements. They are encouraged to play a full part in school life, both in the classroom and through the many other activities that make up the day including sport, music, drama and creative activities. Children are regularly encouraged to both work and play in mixed age groups. This develops respect and responsibility, as part of a nurturing and caring ethos.
The school sets high academic standards in literacy, maths and all other subjects and supports them in developing positive attitudes to healthy lifestyles. It gives children access to a wide range of engaging and exciting learning opportunities, both inside and outside the classroom. It enables them to develop an awareness of the wider world, including local, national and global communities.
The school is all about people; pupils come first. They are taught by highly professional teachers who are passionate about what they do. The school recognises its dual responsibility with parents for the development of the children. Staff are approachable and easily accessible to parents; parents play an active role in school life.
As a Church School, Little Gaddesden fosters a strong sense of place and belonging at the heart of the community. The school’s “Golden Rules”, which are based on Christian values, give children an enduring moral compass. Pupils leave equipped with robust academic skills, self-confidence, respect for each other, and a sense of community.