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Quick Links - Our Vision and Values - Our Community - Our Curriculum - Our Achievements


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Our Vision and Values


Love one another (John 15:12) then all can achieve.

Our vision and the values that come from and underpin it are the foundation for everything we do - children, staff, families, members of the community - as part of LHS and the Federation. We seek ways to develop, express, share and celebrate this vision and these values in all we do.


We are committed to life in all its fullness within our flourishing, caring Christian community.Every child is unique and respected.The spiritual, social and emotional well-being of each child is central to our school community.
We are dedicated to fostering a love of learning about the world.We aspire to be dignified members of humanity.We have the hope, wisdom and resilience to overcome challenges with confidence.


Our School Values

    Love      Respect  ForgivenessWisdom   


The Three Rights

The Right to LearnThe Right to Respect

The Right to Feel

and Be Safe


The Secrets of Success


Don't Give


Push Yourself

Try New




Work Hard


Our Community


Love one another (John 15:12) then all can achieve.

Through our communities we aim to develop, express and uphold our values and to live our vision. In doing so, we give and receive love. In doing so, we achieve and help others achieve, things that would otherwise not have been possible.


Our Churches

Our Schools & Local Playgroup


St. Mary's, Little Hallingbury and St. Giles, Great Hallingbury

Please click on the above links to visit the Hallingbury Churches website (an external website). 

We are a part of the Six Villages - six parishes that work together and support one another in serving the community.

Please click the link above to visit the Little Hallingbury Playgroup website (external link).


Please click on the link above or at the bottom of this page to visit our Federation partner.


We are in a Federation with St. Mary's Hatfield Broad Oak School. We work together, sharing

a vision and values, to serve our communities.


Our Local Area

Please click on the above link to learn more about our PTA (Parent Teacher Association).

Please click on the above link to visit the Little Hallingbury Parish Council website.


We are part of the Diocese of Chelmsford.

Please click on the link above to visit the Diocese website or on this link for the school site.

Our History & Geography

Our Secondary Schools

LHS - Little Hallingbury School - Established 1869

Visit the above link to read about our school's history on the Little Hallingbury Community Pages website.


Please visit the above link to read more about the history of Little Hallingbury Parish.


Please visit the above link to find historical maps showing the local area around Little Hallingbury.


Please visit the above link for the Geograph page on the Ordnance Survey grid square in which LHS is found.

In recent years, children leaving LHS

have usually gone on to these secondary schools (listed alphabetically).


Birchwood High School, Bishop's Stortford


Bishop's Stortford College


The Bishop's Stortford High School


Forest Hall School, Stansted Mountfitchet


Herts & Essex, Bishop's Stortford


Hockerill Anglo-European College, Bishop's Stortford


Leventhorpe, Sawbridgeworth


St. Mary's Catholic School, Bishop's Stortford

Little Hallingbury Community Pages

Little Hallingbury Community Pages Link

Please click on the link above to visit the Little Hallingbury Community Pages (an externally hosted site), with information on Little Hallingbury places, events, history and much more.


Our Curriculum


Love one another (John 15:12) then all can achieve.


Through our curriculum we aim to put our vision and our values into practice. We foster a love of learning about the world. Our broad, diverse and balanced curriculum respects uniqueness and a commitment to life in all its fullness. It reflects our flourishing, caring Christian community as well as the importance of spiritual, social and emotional well-being. Our curriculum equips us to be dignified members of humanity and to develop the hope, wisdom and resilience to confidently overcome challenges.


Our curriculum is described in three ways - each of which is dependent on the other - 'Intent', 'Implementation' and 'Impact'. To learn more about this, please visit the curriculum pages for each subject. These are currently under development (Easter 2022).



Our Achievements


Love one another (John 15:12) then all can achieve.


We aim to achieve in all we do. We celebrate our own success and that of others, while developing the hope, wisdom and resilience to take challenges in our stride with growing confidence. We would like to share some of our achievements, to celebrate life in all its fullness and our love of learning about the world.


Our school website is in the process of being updated (Easter 2022). At the moment, some recent and past events and achievements are available still on this homepage. In future, these will be moved elsewhere and links provided so as to keep the page more concise and accessible.

Year 6 Girls team are winners - again!

For a full write up, visit the Sports News page.

Our Triumphant Year 6 Netball Team!

With better weather, longer days and lifting of COVID restrictions, the children were very excited to get back to a full calendar of sporting events in the spring term 2022. It has been great to see the sports field busy again and be able to compete against other schools. 



Star of the Week Awards

To see if your child has received a 'Star of the Week Award' look under the news section of the website or click here



Class Pages

Don't forget to have a look at the Class Pages on the website, for examples of our children's amazing work. 





LHS Carol Service 2021

Carol Service Link

We are delighted to present our Carol Service for 2021. Despite the limitations imposed by Covid, we were very pleased to be able to share our songs, our readings and our stories with each other and with many families live on Zoom. A recording of the service is available here.

National Gallery Success

Last year Ash Class were successful in the annual National Gallery ‘Take One Picture’ submission. Each year, children are encouraged to use a particular painting from the Gallery as stimulus for their class art. Last year the work was by American painter, George Bellows, entitled ‘Men of the Docks.’   The full submission is on the power point below.

Although the exhibition was set up, the Coronavirus lockdowns limited the time available for people to see our work. Last week, however, we were informed that some of our portraits have been displayed on billboards in prominent places in 5 different UK cities. The picture below shows 3 of our portraits at Holland Rd roundabout in London.

Well done to the Ash Class of 2019-20 for your fantastic artwork. It is great to see that your work is now reaching a much wider audience.


Men of the Docks artwork displayed in London

OFSTED Inspection July 2019 - Little Hallingbury is GOOD school with OUTSTANDING Early Years Provision


We are very proud of our school and hope that you will find the information contained on our website helpful and informative.

If you have a question that you would like to discuss with the school’s staff then please do not hesitate to contact the school via email or by phone and we will be happy to answer your questions.  Please follow the links on the contact page.


Little Hallingbury School seeks to serve its community by ensuring excellent education in a Christian setting.

Our School is a stimulating learning environment that prepares pupils for living and being an active member of their community.  We aim to provide a varied and exciting curriculum, enabling pupils to achieve their high standards in academic, creative and sporting achievement both as members of a community and as individuals. The school provides pupils and staff with many opportunities to explore the significance of Christian faith and values to their own lives and the issues facing people locally, nationally and globally. The school is committed to ensuring that the learning, social, and personal needs of all its students are met by its curriculum and extra-curricular activities.




'The Reading Project'
Thank you to all of you who were able to come to the 'Reading Project' information morning on 15th October. As promised, I have uploaded the two power point presentations used this morning to our website. I hope you will find the information on these slides interesting, useful and something you can signpost to others.


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