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Prospective New Intake 2021

We will be providing prospective parents with a virtual tour of Little Hallingbury School via our website after half term.  Prospective parents will be invited to join one of our zoom meetings to meet staff and ask questions about our school.

Welcome back to Autumn 2020, letters from the Leadership Team

LHS during Remote Learning and Phased Re-opening

A book for children

Thoughts for the Week during Remote Learning

26th June 2020:


As our attention turns to beginning preparations for the end of term and September, last week's Thoughts for the Week were the final instalment. Looking back, it seems difficult to take in the number of weeks it has been since we were last all together. 

Children's work will continue to be loaded on the Class Pages and don't forget to look at the Stars of the Week drop down to celebrate their success.


We thank you all for your hard work and support.



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.

Sonia Strickland

Executive Headteacher

'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.


Archery Gold!

 We took 7 teams to the Yr 3/4 and Yr 5/6 Archery Competition for the Stansted family of schools on Friday 22nd November. The children all really enjoyed the event and their aim improved as the morning progressed, with several bullseyes being scored. Our Yr 5/6 teams narrowly missed out on medals with 2 of the teams coming equal fourth. However, one of our Yr 3/4 teams did really well and brought home gold medals, as well as qualifying for the district competition next term.

Tag Rugby Success!

On November 6th, we took 2 teams to the Stansted Family Yr 5/6 Tag Rugby Tournament and were blessed with glorious sunshine. The A team played 5 matches, drawing 2 of them and being narrowly beaten in the other 3, to finish 5th overall. The children played well as a team and learnt a lot as the morning progressed. Mr Oliver had given the team coaching points to execute in the game, and it was great to see the children listening and try to put into play the coaching points. The B team had a great morning, being unbeaten in all their matches - only drawing against Howe Green Blue team - so therefore winning the B team tournament. The team was made up of Yr 5 children who won Yr 3/4 tournament last year, so we have high hopes for doing really well in the A team tournament in 2020!

Our Triumphant Key Stage 2 Athletics Teams

On Tuesday 21st May we were delighted to welcome the Bishop of Chelmsford, Stephen Cottrell, to LHS. He spent time with all the children during Collective Worship where he spoke about his role as a bishop and answered some very challenging questions prepared by our Worship Leaders.

Bishop Stephen's visit

On Friday 10th May we were delighted to welcome Kemi Badenoch, MP for Saffron Walden, to LHS. Mrs Badenoch met with Mrs Strickland and Mrs Dutton, Chair of Governors, before answering a diverse range of questions from children in Years 5 & 6, plus some members of the school council. As a result children were able to increase their understanding of parliamentary democracy as part of their learning about British Values and Diversity.

Kemi Badenoch's visit to LHS

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