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Welcome from the Head Teacher

Thank you for visiting our website. We have a very successful and happy school that is held in high regard by the local community and where our children tell us they are happy, secure and enjoy learning. The school has been judged as good by Ofsted after the school underwent a full inspection in May 2022 - click here to read the inspector's report.

The staff and Governors value our Christian foundation and you will see this reflected in the high quality of care that we offer to all our children and in the variety of opportunity we offer through our enriched curriculum. We are an inclusive school where all members of our school family are valued as individuals and for the contribution they make to our high academic standards and pastoral care.

Our Christian ethos ensures that children are taught to be thoughtful and generous toward others. Our core values of Respect, Friendship and Trust are used to support the outstanding behaviour in school and children can tell you what the values mean to them. We have high expectations of their work and behaviour but the children know that this is a safe place to make mistakes and to learn from them. We have 12 classes and 360 children with a waiting list of families for each year group.

Working closely with parents is important to us and there are many opportunities for you to become actively involved in the life of the school. The Governors regularly consult with parents and include them in the schools strategic planning processes.

 If you are considering Lindley CE Infant school for your child, I would encourage you to make a visit.  Please contact the school office on 01484 646888 to arrange a visit. Lindley is a large and busy school, but one of our priorities is to ensure that families are kept informed about what is happening in school. We are all here to help, so please ask if you need assistance.

We look forward to welcoming you to our school.

Mrs Kate Dilworth

Head Teacher



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    World Book Day events                                

    Thursday 7th March is World Book Day, but there are several things happening in school during the week to celebrate this event:

    Monday 4th March

    We are holding a book swap after school 3.30-4pm.  There is a box in the main entrance w/c 26th February for you to donate any books to, alternatively you can bring a book along on Monday 4th March to swap there and then.

    Tuesday 5th March

    We are having a visit from Nicola at The Children's Bookshop, to share stories with children in each year group.

    Thursday 7th March

    To celebrate World Book Day, we are inviting children to bring their favourite book to school to share with their teachers and friends. Children should still come to school in their uniforms, but if they have a favourite costume they would like to show their friends then why not share pictures on Class Dojo (years 1 and 2) or Tapestry (Reception). We are also asking for a £1 donation on the day which will go towards new books for our classrooms and library trolleys.

    Monday 11th and Wednesday 13th March

    The Scholastic Book Fair will be in school on these days, 3.30pm-4pm in the school hall.  Why not bring along your £1 book voucher (being sent home on Friday 8th March) to use at the book fair! School receive commission (to be used on books) on all books sold at the fair, so please come along and have a look!

    #Let Girls Play


    On Friday 8th March it is the National Girls Football School Partnership '#Let Girls Play' Biggest Ever Football Session.  We are going to participate in this exciting day and recognise girls in football. We will have coaching and playing opportunities running throughout the day for all children and especially encouraging the girls to play. We would like all children to come dressed in sports kits/sportswear of their choice on this day. If they own a football kit they are welcome to wear it, but no football boots please. 

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