Welcome to Little Sutton Primary School. We have 423 pupils with two classes in each year group.
Our school has two guiding principles, firstly that we pursue the highest academic standards to ensure all our children achieve their full potential. Through our exciting and motivating curriculum, our children soon develop a love of learning and want to achieve their very best.
Our second guiding principle is that we are part of a family with a strong ethos of care and support for one another. Children at our school are happy and look after one another. This is helped by all children having a buddy in school, which starts in Reception. In addition we have play leaders on our playground, so that no child is ever left out or feels alone. Good manners are strongly promoted and our children are regularly complimented on them by visitors to the school and the many trips they go on.
These principles help to ensure our children blossom into confident, polite, well rounded young people who, by the time they move on at the end of their primary years, are proud of their achievements and feel good about themselves.
A huge influence on our success is the relentless high standards in all that we do. We have a highly motivated, enthusiastic team of staff who always put the children first. Our resources are excellent with bright, vibrant classrooms, spacious playgrounds and superb ICT facilities.
Our consistent, high academic results, excellent standard of behaviour and level of care, enabled us to achieve outstanding in the Ofsted inspection in September 2012. However this has not made us complacent. We are passionate about giving our children the very best of everything. Children have one chance at their education and we believe our children deserve the absolute best.
Deciding on the primary school for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make for them. In the seven years your child will be at primary school, not only will the school educate your child academically, it will have a strong influence on your child’s moral and social development. School websites and prospectuses are a good starting point to find out more information to help you make the decision. When you visit a school you will know if it is the right school for your child.
Our website homepage includes a video which will give you much more information about our school and a chance to hear the children’s views.
I feel very privileged to be the Headteacher of such a thriving, successful and happy school. I warmly invite you to come and visit us.
Mrs R Davis MBE