Larchwood Primary School
Headteacher's Welcome Message
May I take this opportunity to welcome you to our website and hope by reading and using the site you will get a picture of the vision, aims and values we uphold.
We are extremely proud that we are a community school and as such our approach is very welcoming. I promote an open door policy and parents can expect to see me in and around the school on a daily basis.
Our children deserve the very best of education and it's my job to ensure this is delivered at Larchwood. I encourage children and parent feedback regularly and ensure these views are listened to and acted upon.
I hope you enjoy finding out about our school and the difference we are making in children's lives. I have shared our mission statement which I am confident encapsulates what is being achieved at Larchwood.
If you would like further information, please feel free to contact us via the school office.
With best wishes,
Larchwood Primary School - Achievement and Enjoyment
All children achieve their potential, enjoy their primary years and are given opportunities and experiences they will remember for life.
Our children learn within a safe, secure and caring environment where their education, inclusion, well-being and social skills are promoted daily.
Find out more on how you can help support your child's learning via the link below.
Favourite’s Day Menu
On Thursday 18th January, Pabulum Catering will be offering a Favourite’s Day Menu. It looks yummy! Take a look and see what you might want to order – Favourite’s Day Menu Remember you don’t have to choose now, just book a meal and your child can choose on the day.
Extracurricular Clubs – Spring Term
We have 21 clubs running during the spring term. All clubs are free except for football club, which we subsidise down to just £10 for the whole term. Thank you to all our staff for giving our children these extracurricular opportunities and experiences. Click the link to see when your clubs are on – Clubs – Spring 2018
Non-Executive Directors Brentwood Academies Trust (BAT) based in Brentwood, whose head office is based in St Martin’s School, seeks three new non-executive directors for its trust board. Board meetings are held in a rotation between the three trust schools. This unpaid voluntary role will provide the successful applicants with an excellent opportunity to develop professionally as well as give something back to the wider