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Welcome to Ludwell Community Primary School's website.



At Ludwell Community Primary School, we aim to develop a love of learning which we hope will last throughout the lives of the children we teach. We offer a full, broad and balanced curriculum, including a wide variety of enrichment and extra- curricular activities. Within the context of our status as a Rights Respecting School, the school aims to serve its community with an education of the highest quality.


Children are encouraged, praised and taught to be responsible citizens and take an active role in their community. Through PSHE and collective assemblies, children learn about the importance of moral values such as honesty, respect, tolerance, sincerity, trust and personal responsibility. We prepare our children for life in a modern, democratic society. We actively celebrate diversity and ensure equality of opportunity.


We are fully committed to establishing a strong partnership between home and school and working with you to promote the emotional, spiritual and moral well- being of your child as well as making sure that they achieve their academic potential. The strength of Ludwell is that it views every child as an individual; our school aims to put the child at the heart of everything we do. 


We hope that you enjoy your visit to our website and that you find the information provided useful. However, there is no substitute for actually coming along to see us in action so that you are able to feel the happy family atmosphere, to see the children enjoying their learning and to see some of the unique aspects about Ludwell such as our school dog. If you would like to visit, please telephone the school office to make an appointment or look out for information on the website about our Open Days. 


Mrs Jennie White






Dave the dog listening to readers.


Unicef Rights Respecting School

Education should develop each child's personality and talents to the full.  

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If you are a parent and would like a paper copy of any information on the website, please ask at the office.