LOVE ONE ANOTHER. AS I HAVE LOVED YOU. (JOHN 13:34)
What we do
Our school is a Church of England-controlled school, situated in the centre of Hampton Lucy, next to the beautiful Victorian church, Saint Peter ad Vincula.
We aim to maintain a happy environment, where we build on excellent relationships between children; staff; parents and carers; as well as our local community. The School and Nursery currently has 86 pupils.
We have two buildings; the original Victorian building houses Class 1 whilst our main building has three further class rooms as well as the Hall, Staffroom, Office, Library, Quiet Room and Food Technology Room. There is more information on Classes and Teaching Staff in the Classes area.
There are pleasant, tree-lined grounds surrounding the school, with a playground; sports field and a landscaped area. We also have picnic seating for the children.
Every other Friday afternoon we celebrate outstanding achievements in our ‘Happy Book’ Sharing Assembly.
The ‘Happy Book’ acknowledges the hard work of individual pupils in any aspect of school life. Children are also encouraged to speak about what they have done, and this helps to build confidence in public speaking.
Sharing Assembly is a lovely opportunity for the school to build a sense of community. The children are proud of their achievements and are keen to go home and share with their family why they have been celebrated.
Outdoor spaces underpin our learning environment and the development of Outdoor Learning is a key part of the school’s Learning Improvement Plan.
The school is fully wireless. Every classroom is equipped with Clevertouch smartboards and has access to either chromebooks, iPads or Amazon Fire tablets.
Our Learning Improvement Plan aims to further embed technology across the Curriculum.
Many parents/carers and members of the Local Community support school activities. If you would like to get involved, please contact us and we’ll add your name to our Register of Talents. Find out more about the Friends of Hampton Lucy School.
Healthy Eating is an extremely important issue for schools to address along with the importance of exercise. For those children in Reception and Class 2 a UIFSM (Universal Infant Free School Meal) is available.
Children in Key Stage 1 are provided with fruit at snack time and encouraged to try new things. Lunches are overseen by a member of staff and children are strongly encouraged to eat all of their packed lunch.
Hot school dinners are provided on-site by Educaterers.
Schools work collaboratively within the Fosseway Consortium to benefit learning across the local area.