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22/04/24

Our Head of English Faculty ran the in a time of 2h35m50s … truly incredible. Well done Mr Dixon! 👏🏻 pic.twitter.com/iHvOT02IN8— George Abbot School () April 22, 2024

22/04/24

Huge well done to the cricketers. The First XI through to R1 of the National T20 Cup and the U13s second in the Surrey finals! 🏏 pic.twitter.com/eS7Vzjvcqw— George Abbot School () April 22, 2024

22/04/24

It’s been a busy first week back! Follow us on for more! pic.twitter.com/9JlfyC9ChQ— George Abbot School () April 22, 2024

22/04/24

Students had the opportunity to make and east sushi on Friday with our catering team. 🍣🍣🍣 pic.twitter.com/BysJiaGpxA— Fullbrook () April 22, 2024

19/04/24

What an incredibly successful first week of the summer term. ☀️Every year group has got stuck into their learning already. Over the weekend don't forget to support us via the social impact award and the rethink waste project! pic.twitter.com/5Ab07xw53P— Northmead Junior School () April 19, 2024

19/04/24

The children of Loseley Fields win prestigious international science competition run by the Faculty of Natural Sciences at LondonPlease click on the link below for the full story https://t.co/ScFplRVQe4#Science pic.twitter.com/sE9iFwHULy— Loseley Fields () April 19, 2024

19/04/24

Working in an environment of learning makes every day an important one and often a challenging one...read more https://t.co/j8TFJRHueh pic.twitter.com/Iyo7Dh1G3u

19/04/24

Congratulations! Good luck in the final! 🥳🤞 https://t.co/8ncooiznX3

18/04/24

Congratulations to our Year 7 boys football team after a stunning 8-2 victory last night over Guildford County School in the semi-final of the Guildford football tournament. The boys are undefeated this year. Next stop - the final! Thanks Mr Fornasiero for coaching the team!— Kings College () April 18, 2024

18/04/24

Some of our Year 10s took on different maths challenges yesterday, whilst learning about exam technique and revision skills. You all showed fantastic reasoning and problem solving skills when tackling those tricky questions! 👏 Thanks for an insightful day! pic.twitter.com/KfMGsCYj9q— Kings College () April 18, 2024

18/04/24

Calling all parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles and local residents. Please sign up, earn some points and dontate to support our school in our funding bid - sign up link https://t.co/JbCLVb68nT pic.twitter.com/FI5tYv92b8— Northmead Junior School () April 18, 2024

16/04/24

Our German exchange group are on their way home after a fantastic week in Freiburg. Big thanks to Mr W for leading the trip and Ms F for accompanying! 🇩🇪 pic.twitter.com/e5XEhaRGG1— George Abbot Languages () April 16, 2024

16/04/24

Get ready for an enchanting musical evening! Rehearsals are in full swing for our Gala at G Live, on April 24th. Featuring seven choirs and nine instrumental ensembles. Reserve your seats now! 🎶✨ https://t.co/BMn9MJD4oQ pic.twitter.com/0oJmcuzcC2— Guildford County Sch () April 16, 2024

15/04/24

Year 10 & 11 Students & Parent/Carers - KS4 UCAS Evening - Thursday 25th AprilJoin us in F6, to hear information about Medicine, Oxbridge, STEM for girls & Higher/Degree Apprenticeship.Use the link below to book your tickets now!https://t.co/sfuFAniE9O— Fullbrook () April 15, 2024

15/04/24

Happy first day back - whether you are on INSET or straight into teaching, we hope you are feeling well rested and your batteries are full. We are really looking forward to the term ahead! pic.twitter.com/2pSe5MRqhP

02/04/24

Learning Partners Academy Trust welcomes Glebelands School, Cranleigh into its team of secondary schools. As the schools grow in number, they grow in strength. Schools that join the trust are chosen because ..... read more https://t.co/RNGbH71XcX pic.twitter.com/OWU4BV3FqI

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Our Schools

Learning Partners Academy Trust is made up of fifteen state schools; we have two infant and nursery schools, two junior schools, six all-through primary schools and five secondary schools.  In addition, we are in the process of opening a specialist Maths School which will be opening doors to its first cohort of students in September 2024.  Each of our schools has its own unique character and approach, based on its deep understanding and knowledge of the local communities that it serves. Whilst we provide robust central support and endeavour to build strong networks enabling professionals to work collaboratively, we also embrace and champion our schools' individual strengths and abilities to meet the needs of every child in our trust. 

This map shows where our schools are located.

 

To learn more about our schools click on the links below.

Boxgrove Primary School

Boxgrove logoBoxgrove is a co-educational school for children aged 4 – 11 years old and is situated on the east side of Guildford (between Burpham and Merrow). We are a three form entry school with a Published Admittance Number (PAN) of 90. 

At Boxgrove we believe that children are at the heart of everything that we do.  Our talented team is committed to nurturing a love of learning by providing rich and exciting opportunities, which enable children to be creative, inquisitive, happy, caring and independent.  

We want every child to: 

  • Love learning 
  • Find their strengths and talents
  • Achieve more than they thought possible

Alison Fitch and Rebecca Stacey
Co-Headteachers

Boxgrove Primary School
Boxgrove Lane, Guildford, Surrey, GU1 2TD
Tel: 01483 563701
Email: office@boxgrove.surrey.sch.uk

Burpham Primary School

Welcome Burpham (150 × 150 mm)Burpham Primary School is a primary school for children between the ages of four and eleven with a Specialist Centre for children with communication and interaction needs (COIN).  Our school opened in 1908 and we are a two form entry school.

We aspire to help every child in our care to develop as a whole person, becoming confident, happy, independent, creative and adaptable; to love learning and achieve more than they ever thought possible.  Our experienced and well-established teaching team have high expectations and aspirations for all our pupils and we never stop trying to find new ways of promoting learning and making improvements to our school.

We firmly believe that knowing every child as an individual is vital to success.  We believe that everybody should feel safe and that every child has individual strengths which should be recognised and celebrated.   When considering Burpham Primary, you are very welcome to visit the school and to see us at work and play.  Please contact us to arrange a visit or to find out any other information.

Jo White
Headteacher

Burpham Primary School
Burpham Lane, Guildford, Surrey, GU4 7LZ
Tel: 01483 572410
Email: office@burpham.surrey.sch.uk

Fullbrook School

Fullbrook logoWe are a school where we value the whole school community and work together as a team to ensure that everyone is ‘inspired to achieve’.

As a large, mixed, comprehensive we provide an innovative education from Year 7 to 13. Our research-based approach to learning leads to strong outcomes for our students. Our recent OFSTED (March 22) made reference to the ‘Fullbrook family’ which captures our warm, happy atmosphere.

Our aim is to ensure that during their time at Fullbrook, our students develop into confident and articulate young adults with a lifelong thirst for knowledge and a clear desire to make a positive contribution to society.

At Fullbrook:

  • Students leave to become global citizens able to meet the challenges of the 21st century head-on

  • Students have the desire to achieve this for themselves and support those around them to achieve it too

  • All act with integrity and kindness

  • Excellence in learning and teaching is achieved through a first-rate team of teachers and support staff

Alastair McKenzie
Executive Principal

Fullbrook School
Selsdon Road, Addlestone, Surrey, KT15 3HW
Tel: 01932 349301
Email: info@fullbrook.surrey.sch.uk

George Abbot School

George abbot logoGeorge Abbot School is a forward thinking academy providing an inclusive education, for around 2,000 young people, aged 11-18. We are located in Burpham, Guildford with good transport links to the surrounding area.

We have a highly skilled and motivated staff team and, as a school, are constantly seeking to refine our teaching practice. This means that our students benefit from an exceptional learning experience. We are part of a network of successful schools and are able to provide Initial Teacher Training and deliver the Early Career Framework programme to early career teachers across Surrey. We prioritise the provision of highest quality continuing professional development for all teaching and support staff.

We are proud of our excellent resources and have great facilities for sport, visual and performing arts, ICT, as well as a range of well equipped science labs and general classrooms. We remain ambitious and continually seek ways to improve the school environment.

We are a member of the Learning Partners Academy Trust and work closely with a number of partner schools, not only within the trust but nationally.

Kate Carriett
Headteacher


George Abbot School
Woodruff Avenue, Guildford, Surrey, GU1 1XX
Tel: 01483 888000
Email: office@georgeabbot.surrey.sch.uk

Glebelands School

Glebelands logolandscapehi resGlebelands is a non-selective school for students aged 11-16.  We are a vibrant, friendly and dynamic school with high expectations and ambitions for every student.

Glebelands students thrive in our environment; creatively, individually and academically and staff reinforce the values of leadership, kindness and independence.  Our motto, ‘Respect and Achieve,’ ensures students are empowered to become active citizens and learners.  Students consistently make excellent progress and achieve highly.  This is a result of high-quality, dedicated teaching and hard work from all within our community.

However, we believe school is about much more than GCSE results.  We are rightfully proud of the supportive and caring pastoral system that complements the wealth of learning and extra-curricular activities provided by committed staff.  Our common goal is to help our students grow and develop into successful young adults, with a pride in their school, and in themselves.

As a school we are not obsessed with reflecting on past glories or the latest headline grabbing news, but an active desire to find each student’s individual talent and help them surpass their personal best; developing our academic culture and the ethos of inclusivity, resilience and confidence, we are a school that is forward thinking, visionary and continually striving for excellence.

Everyday is open day at Glebelands and visitors are welcome.

Russell Mitchell
Headteacher

Glebelands School
Parsonage Road, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 7AN
Tel: 01483 542400
Email: info@glebelands.surrey.sch.uk    

Guildford County School

Guildford county school logoWe are a high achieving, oversubscribed and non-selective mixed secondary school in Surrey.  Music and sport, as well as a number of other co-curricular activities, sit alongside our established, yet progressive, academic curriculum. Students, staff and other stakeholders love our school. We are proud members of the Learning Partners Academy Trust and work tirelessly to serve our local community.

Guildford County School values and promotes excellence and recognises different kinds of success. We appreciate individual difference, foster respect, promote tolerance and the acceptance of others, encourage warm relationships and provide a place for all. Through providing opportunities for everyone to give and achieve we demonstrate our integrity, fairness and an ethical way of working.  We are creative, open to innovation and initiative, whilst remaining respectful of our traditions. We aim to affirm in everyone a sense of identity, confidence and community.

Guildford County School educates the whole child and we have a wide-ranging programme of co-curricular activities that sit very much alongside our traditional class-based provision. We are delighted that our students grow into thriving, confident and resilient young people, well equipped for the challenges and opportunities that they will face when they leave us and enter honourable adulthood.

At Guildford County School, we aspire to be leaders in secondary education.  A school where children thrive as truly resilient learners, are healthy, happy and successful and where we all believe that being ‘Better Never Stops’.

Steve Smith
Headteacher

Guildford County School
Farnham Road, Guildford, Surrey, GU2 4LU
Tel: 01483 504089
Email: info@guildfordcounty.co.uk

Guildford Grove Primary School

Guildford grove logoGuildford Grove is a two-form entry primary school, with a nursery and a Specialist Centre for deaf children. Our school opened in September 2001 in an extensively refurbished and extended school building.

At Guildford Grove, the needs of our children are first and foremost, meaning that education is tailored to their needs to ensure that all pupils achieve their full potential. We nurture each child on a personal level and provide them with an excellent education, so that the progress children make at this school is among the highest in the area.

We welcome children aged 3 to 11 in the main school and in The Lighthouse, our Specialist Centre for Deaf Children. All children are taught to sign, and if you come to visit, you will see children signing in assemblies and other performances, as well as throughout the day in the classroom.

Rona Mackie
Headteacher

Guildford Grove Primary School
Southway, Guildford, Surrey, GU2 8YD
Tel: 01483 504713
Email: info@guildfordgrove.surrey.sch.uk

Kings College, Guildford

Kings college guildford logoAt Kings, we pride ourselves on the excellent relationships that exist between staff, pupils and parents. From the moment every child starts in Year 7, there is a team of staff on hand to make sure that they are supported, academically challenged and encouraged to take part in every lesson. Learning at Kings is vibrant and carefully sequenced to ensure that students make great progress. Our staff body is exceptional and our teachers have won national awards and written best-selling pedagogical books. We take our responsibility towards our students very seriously.

Our students benefit from our unique and national award winning partnership with the University of Surrey. Every single student has access to a wide range of opportunities, both on and off site, as well as tremendous support and guidance as they consider their options after they finish school. In addition to this, we are also proud to work closely with the Royal Grammar School, providing exceptional enrichment for our most able learners. We also work with Guildford Shakespeare Company as actors in residence, ensuring every student takes part in live Shakespeare workshops, sees exclusive performances and has fun bringing the Bard to life.

Kings College Guildford is a well-disciplined, calm, caring and supportive place to learn.

Alastair McKenzie
Principal

Kings College, Guildford
Kings College Southway Guildford Surrey GU2 8DU
Tel: 01483 458956
Email: office@kingscollegeguildford.com

Loseley Fields Primary School

Loseley fields logoOur school is set within extensive grounds where children develop confidence and self-esteem through hands on experiences in the natural environment. Our children are at the heart of all we do and we believe that they learn best in safe and stimulating classrooms.

We aim to provide a balanced education for each child, where we strive for the highest standards whilst supporting and nurturing their creativity. Through quality personal and social education, we are committed to developing intrinsically motivated learners with high aspirations for their futures. Our collective committed ambitions are:

  • To provide a rich knowledge-based, enquiry led curriculum which enables all our pupils to reach their academic potential, supports transition to secondary school and prepares them for life in society
  • To be a school of opportunity where adults and children are energised to learn
  • To foster an inclusive culture, where all views and opinions are respected, and everyone is welcome
  • To be a school which provides children with the tools to find out who they are and what they can achieve beyond their academic potential
  • To be a school which serves its community well making us the school of choice for local parents

We promise to celebrate every child’s individuality and help them to achieve their very best.

Amanda Pedder
Headteacher

Loseley Fields Primary School
Green Lane, Godalming, Surrey, GU7 3TB
Tel: 01483 416477
Email: info@loseleyfields.surrey.sch.uk

Northmead School

Northmead junior school logoAt Northmead Junior School every child is valued as a unique individual. We believe that all children have the right to enjoy and achieve to the best of their ability in a safe, happy and secure environment. We place emotional wellbeing and mental health at the heart of everything we do and have high expectations and aspirations for all. We offer a broad and challenging curriculum which fosters a love of learning for now and in future life.

We believe in the importance of building up close relationships with the children based on mutual understanding and respect. Visitors to the school often comment on the friendly, calm atmosphere and purposeful learning environment created by the staff and the children. Close links between home and school are essential, and we value highly parental support to encourage each child to reach their potential.

At Northmead Junior School the safe guarding of children is our highest priority.

Sarah Carrington
Headteacher

Northmead Junior School
Grange Road, Guildford, Surrey, GU2 9ZA
Tel: 01483 529870
Email: info@northmead.surrey.sch.uk

Pirbright Village School

Pirbright200Pirbright Village Primary School is a popular and successful primary school for pupils aged 4 – 11, centrally situated in the village of Pirbright. We aim to make each day a stimulating and enjoyable experience for all of our children.  We have a strong ethos of collaboration and partnership and everyone, pupils, staff, parents, and governors, work together to create a successful and constantly developing school.
We believe that close links between home and school are essential and we value highly parental involvement, co-operation and support. At Pirbright children are given opportunities and experiences to excel across all curriculum areas. We offer a broad, challenging and motivating curriculum to promote enjoyment and excitement in learning and to develop positive attitudes and behaviour.
We have high expectations for everyone and we are committed to meeting the needs of every child and challenging them to have high aspirations and achieve their potential. The school has outstanding facilities set in extensive and beautiful surroundings, which the children take pride in caring for.  
We aim to create a positive learning environment where our children feel included and valued, happy and secure, where they experience and develop high self-esteem and confidence in their own abilities. Working together we can provide our children with the very best primary education so that they become effective and enthusiastic learners, ready and confident to meet the challenges of the future.


Gavin Dutton
Headteacher

Pirbright Village Primary School
School Lane, Pirbright, Woking, Surrey, GU24 0JN
Tel: 01483 473884
Email: info@pirbright.surrey.sch.uk  

Sandfield Primary School

Sandfield primary school logoSandfield is a Primary school built in 1901 and retains much of the Victorian beauty within its site and buildings. We have a PAN of 30 per class and an age range of 4 to 11.

The school was originally a boys school connected to the Nursery in York Road by a bridge. The school later became Sandfield Infant School and Sandfield Girls School, when at aged 11 pupils moved on to Stoke C of E Secondary Modern in Markenfield Road, now houses and flats.

Families travel from far and near to attend Sandfield and all share our aims that children will be happy, build a solid foundation of learning and show their skills and talents as they learn to become responsible and caring to one another and the world in which they live.

At Sandfield, we live by our motto that "everyone is welcome, everyone belongs and everyone is important". 

Kate Collins
Headteacher

Sandfield Primary School
Stoke Road, Guildford, Surrey, GU1 4DT
Tel: 01483 566586
Email: reception@sandfield.surrey.sch.uk

Shalford Infant and Nursery School

Shalford infants logo

Shalford Infant & Nursery School is a small, village school, with just four classes, providing education for children from two to seven years old. We promise a special experience which is to be treasured and remembered. We aim to provide teaching and learning which inspires, motivates and engages all children to become life-long learners.

Our driving force is our vision of 'Enjoying Learning Together'. This can be seen every morning when the children rush into school with smiling faces, eager to learn. The talented team of teaching staff plan a curriculum that provides memorable experiences and purposeful activities that engage children of all ages and abilities. With just four classes, every child is special to us, and we get to know our pupils and families very well, developing strong relationships that work for the benefit of the children.

We all enjoy learning together here at Shalford and academic success is high, the results and outcomes our children achieve are higher than national averages and Surrey averages, but we know that this is only one part of what will make them successful in their lives. We recognise that they must also master other skills to really thrive in the future. Skills such as problem-solving, how to be calm, have self-awareness and self-control, how to keep trying even when things go wrong, to have a positive outlook on life and believe that they themselves have the power to make changes in their own lives, to be kind to other people and look to add happiness to the world and find positives in the challenges they will face.

We are a values led learning school, we explicitly teach children a set of values, which enable them to be the very best person that they can be. These values are like a golden thread that runs through the school, encompassing all that we do here. Thoughtfulness, honesty, empathy, tolerance and courage are just a few of the values that children and staff live by every day.

We have high expectations of all children and of our staff, but not at the expense of well-being. We believe that children should leave our school independent, happy and secure in who they are, with our school values packed in their invisible rucksacks, ready to take with them on the next step of their education journey.

Michelle Dutton
Headteacher

Shalford Infant and Nursery School
Station Row, Guildford, Surrey, GU4 8BY
Tel: 01483 562143
Email: info@shalford.surrey.sch.uk

Stoughton Infant School

Stoughton infants logoI’m very proud to be the Headteacher of a school that truly strives to be the best it can be. We build on our success, experiences and learning of the past. We utilise the outstanding resources, talent and educational techniques presently available, to deliver an exciting and engaging curriculum that challenges and motivates. We take great pride and care in using all we know to shape and guide our children towards a better future.

We are proud to be a member of Learning Partners Academy Trust; we believe that we are better together and we can provide an even better education for the children in our care.

We’re also passionate about creating a caring and nurturing ethos that helps children to thrive, the local community flourish and parents feel proud of their children and secure about their education.

Our committed and conscientious school team works enthusiastically and diligently to give every child a fantastic start to their journey in education and in life.  We do everything we can to help our pupils realise their best academic, social and physical potential through a love of learning that empowers them to become independent learners and self motivated achievers.

Sarah Carrington
Headteacher

Stoughton Infant and Nursery School
Stoughton Road, Guildford, Surrey, GU2 9ZT
Telephone: 01483 504172 
Email: infants@stoughton.surrey.sch.uk

 

 

Surrey Maths School (SuMS)

Surrey maths logo rgbSurrey Maths School (SuMS) is currently in its pre-opening phase, and is due to open in September 2024.

For more information please visit the school's website: surreymathsschool.co.uk

Tillingbourne Junior School

TBlogo1Set in the beautiful Surrey Hills, we are fortunate to be able to provide a high quality learning environment that your children will learn and thrive in. 

We have fantastic grounds including large sports fields, an environmental woodland area, and a large playground. We also have spacious buildings which can be flexibly and creatively used. Currently we have a dedicated art room, music room and food technology room, a separate dining room and hall with a full sized stage, and a fully stocked library.

With a dedicated and highly professional staff, we are able to offer an exciting, hands-on curriculum which is designed to meet every child’s needs. We are very proud of the children at Tillingbourne who achieve well and are positive and enthusiastic learners.

Ben Stevenson
Headteacher

Tillingbourne Junior School
New Road, Chilworth, Surrey, GU4 8NB
Tel: 01483 504384
Email: info@tillingbourne.surrey.sch.uk