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Leagrave Primary School
Strangers Way, LU4 9ND, UK Luton
+44 (0)1582 571951




It's cool to be in our school


Take a look around:

I encourage you to browse around our website, you will find details of school events, visitors and activities that serve to enliven the curriculum, alongside information about our after school clubs and extra curricular activities that your children can participate in.


We have 14 classes at our school, two in each year group plus a fully equipped nursery section.


We have approximately 39 children in our school to whom we aim to give a wide a varied curriculum through our excellent teaching staff and learning support assistants.



We have a small PTA who would like to see more parents getting involved and helping with the fundraising events that the PTA try to provide to the children and the school.  If you would like to help or become a part of the PTA, please contact the School Office and they will pass on your details to the PTA staff.


Chairperson : Judy Williams

Vice Chairperson : Michelle McBarron

Treasurer : Shona Davies

Secretary : Karen Hammond




This is our Library that was put back into action last last year following the flood. 


We have made lots of improvements around the school and are continuing to improve many areas.  Over the Easter break we had quite a few areas improved with new carpeting, including the Foundation area and the upper year classrooms.


We are having new fencing around the main entrance area to ensure security and safety for all staff and children.  Please ensure you buzz in order to come through to our Main Reception where we look forward to meeting you.


 How to find us - Directions on how to

                    find Leagrave Primary.


Clubs - Want to know what clubs are available in school - CLICK HERE


Attendance and punctuality are always a great concern for us.  We would like to encourage parents and children to ensure that they arrive at school on time and in a punctual manner.  Our Home School Community Liaison Officer, Mrs Addrine Barry, is always hot on punctuality and absence.  If you wish to discuss your child's attendance or punctuality, see below for Mrs Barry's details. 

Also if we have been unable to contact parents regarding their attendance or punctuality, we have been making home visits to try to establish a relationship that can benefit both the school and the parents and children.  It is in everybody's interest to know why children are late or not in school.  One of our parents was given an alternative route to get their children in to school as they were persistently late.  Guess what - a gold star goes out to that parent whose children have now been consistently on time for school.

Also, if your child is off school for any reason, we would ask that you telephone the school before 9.25am to advise for the reason for the absence.  You can also email us at  This means that the school does not have to telephone you to find out why your child is not at school.  We have a process of sending our three letters if we have not received a call from you regarding your child's absence.  The first letter comes home with your child, the second we have to send out in the post as does the third letter come out in the post to you.  Please try to ensure you advise us as early on regarding any absence so as not to incur a postage charge for the school.  We thank you for your continued support in these situations.  If we are unable to contact you, this absence goes down as unauthorised.  10 unauthorised absences, ie five mornings and five afternoons (yes, just one week) means that the LEA will be looking at sending out a Penalty Notice and Fine - £50 per child per parent. 

If you want some help and advice about how to get your children in to school on time, or how to improve your child's attendance, then you can always contact our Home School Community Liaison Officer, Mrs Addrine Barry, who will be more than happy to help you to help us to help your children improve their attendance and puntucality.   Mobile No:  0792 197 1568, email


Taking your child out of school

If for any reason you need to take your child out of school, you will need to make an appointment to see the Head Teacher to get authority to do this.  The decision to allow or not allow such absences will, in the majority, depend on your child's attendance. 

If you do not make the necessary appointment to see our Home School Liaison Officer, Mrs Addrine Barry, before taking your child out school, then this absence will be classed as unauthorised and will be reported to the Education Welfare Officer. 

You also need to give us a good period of notice of taking your child out of school.  Ideally we would like a week's notice of any such absence which would allow us to ensure you could get to see Mrs Barry.

Dates for your diary:                                                   

Don't forget to visit our Calendar section, for a comprehensive lisiting of all of the important forthcoming term dates - make sure you have your diaries handy. I look forward to seeing you in school!


Hockwell Ring Green Project Fun Day
Fun Day held on Saturday 5th May 2007 in and around the Hockwell Ring Community Centre.
Junior Football Organisers Award
May 2007 - Leagrave Primary School working alongside the Orchard Centre


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