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Key Information

Our Mission Statement

      ‘Love and Kindness: Learning for Life’
We provide a caring, safe, happy and stimulating environment, in which every child matters and is nurtured; unlocking their full potential, building their self-esteem and encouraging a love of life-long learning, all within a unique, Christian heritage and community.

Our Aims and Values
Written by Pupils, Staff, Parents and Governors and updated annually
We Aim to:
Provide a safe, caring and challenging learning environment that meets every child’s individual needs and helps everyone to have a fun learning journey
Show respect for others, encouraging Pupils, Parents, Staff and Governors to work together and share our love and kindness with everyone
Encourage independence and personal responsibility in learning, ensuring that everyone is healthy and safe
Find, recognise and celebrate the gift in every child
Improve our surroundings and environment, moving towards sustainability and green habits
Our Values:
We believe in Christian values and encouraging a respect for diversity
We value our environment, and want to contribute to it, rather than take from it
We value all the people who work together in our school community, including those from the Court and the Church
We believe that children have a right to feel safe, loved and cared for and that compassion and empathy should be evident in our school
We believe in the right of the individual to be treated as such; to feel accepted and understood and recognised


Please find below important documents and information about our school.

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Mr Godfrey Chesshire (Foundation) Chair Mr Ian Carnell(LA) Vice chair Mr Laurence Collins(Parent) Mrs Sheila Court...


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Documents - please click to open

pdf.gif: Outstanding SIAMS report 2016

Outstanding SIAMS report 2016

File size: 107KB (PDF File)

pdf.gif: Ofsted report 2016

Ofsted report 2016

File size: 172KB (PDF File)

pdf.gif: Sealed instrument of governance

Sealed instrument of governance

File size: 99KB (PDF File)

pdf.gif: Stafing structure 2016-2017

Stafing structure 2016-2017

File size: 93KB (PDF File)

pdf.gif: diocesan_data


File size: 88KB (PDF File)

pdf.gif: Online Safety Letter - December 2015

Online Safety Letter - December 2015

File size: 65KB (PDF File)

pdf.gif: List of Governors - 2015-2016

List of Governors - 2015-2016

File size: 57KB (PDF File)

pdf.gif: Home School Agreement - 2015-2016

Home School Agreement - 2015-2016

File size: 127KB (PDF File)

pdf.gif: School prospectus 2015-2016

School prospectus 2015-2016

Information for parents and carers
File size: 483KB (PDF File)

pdf.gif: Pupil Premium funding

Pupil Premium funding

File size: 578KB (PDF File)

pdf.gif: British value statement

British value statement

Curriculum values
File size: 261KB (PDF File)

pdf.gif: Admissions arrangements September 2014

Admissions arrangements September 2014

File size: 137KB (PDF File)

pdf.gif: Admissions arrangements September 2015

Admissions arrangements September 2015

File size: 137KB (PDF File)

pdf.gif: Admissions arrangements September 2016

Admissions arrangements September 2016

File size: 126KB (PDF File)

Links - please click to open

Department for Education's information on LKL CoE Primary School

The school lastest results as published by the Secretary of State.

Solihull school meals service

Solihull School Meals service


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Help your children stay safe on line

CBBC e-sfatey advice

CBBC's advice about staying safe on the internet

Menu for school meals

Look at the choices for the week ahead

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