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Welcome to Lingfield Primary School

Thank you for showing an interest in Lingfield Primary School.  We hope that you find the information in this site useful, whether you are part of our school community already or you are thinking of sending your child to Lingfield. Our mission is to provide the very best learning opportunities for our pupils. We believe by offering stimulating learning experiences and by working in partnership with parents, all our pupils can grow…

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We've had such an exciting day at York Castle Museum and Clifford's Tower. We've tried on armour, learnt about the good and bad smells in castles and even had a sword fight or two. Year 2 loved climbing the castle walls!
05:50 PM Feb 22nd

Today Y6 presented a verbal biography about a famous Briton!
10:15 AM Feb 21st

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All children are encouraged to achieve to the full potential within a broad and balanced curriculum.  We will promote the development of positive attitudes towards learning and encourage independence and self-motivation.

We aim to build up relationships of trust, support and respect for everyone invovled in school life.  There is an emphasis on adaptability, co-operation and consideration for others.

We aim to promote consistency of behaviour through high expectations and shared values, emphasising an understanding of what is right and wrong.

We will provide opportunities for physical development and will promote an understanding of a healthy lifestyle.  We will encourage pupils to achieve their potential in a variety of physical activities and develop positive attitudes towards sport.

We will enable pupils to celebrate the rich diversity of cultural traditions in our world through developing tolerance and understanding.

We aim to create an atmosphere in which the children are given the opportunity to reflect on religious beliefs and values.  Through the provision of extra curricular activities for older children we aim to promote a positive ethos, to encourage a sense of community and to enhance relationships between children, staff and parents.

Our aim at Lingfield is to provide pupils with stimulating and varied surroundings in which they feel comfortable and happy to work.

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