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Welcome

* Friday 1.45pm ~ End of Term Head Teacher’s Merit Assembly * Friday 3.30pm PTA Bingo and Games Night for children – prizes of Easter Eggs * Mon 13th April ~ Back to school * Fri 17th April ~ Year 3 swimming starts * Tues 5th May ~ Y1 and Y2/3 trip to Sea life Centre * Fri 22nd May ~ INSET Day school closed to children * Mon 25th ~ Fri 29th May ~ Half Term * Thurs 18th June—Y3 and Y4 trip to Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery * Mon 29th June ~ INSET Day ~ school closed to children * Saturday 4th July— PTA Family Fiesta at village hall *

St Lawrence’s is a very happy, high achieving church school that is organised into 7 classes. It is also the home of Little Lawrences that welcomes children who are coming up to 3 years old from Napton and beyond.

We’ve packed the website with all sorts of information and pictures to give a strong flavour of the school but nothing beats a visit. If you have further enquiries, do let us know and get in touch.

Children benefit from and enjoy specialist teaching such as Music, RE, Science, PE, French and Computing as well as from high quality class teaching that aims to engage and realise the potential of children. We have been judged as a good school with many outstanding features by Ofsted in June 2011. We have recently received a successful interim report from Ofsted.  

St Lawrence’s is an outstanding church school (SIAS 2011) and is proud of its strong Anglican heritage. It works closely with St Lawrence church, the Diocese and the local community to enhance both the children’s Christian and rural experiences.

High expectations, a family atmosphere and the happy, purposeful learning environment are at the heart of what St Lawrence’s is about.

“We are a family school that nurtures and inspires; Allowing all to grow in grace, enjoying freedom, through knowledge and aspiration.” 

If you would to come and have a look around, we would love to see you. Please contact the school office to arrange a visit, you will be made most welcome!

 

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