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Luton Infant School
Alexandra Road, ME4 5AP, UK Chatham
+44 (0)1634-843019





At Luton Infant School our motto is "Growing Together". We place great emphasis on working together as a team to support children's learning. We always take the time to say well done for concentrating, listening, speaking and thinking skills. Raising self~esteem is what we seek to do to enable children to become successful learners and good citizens for the future.

Sue Lythgoe.   Headteacher


Our school is a large urban Infant school with eleven classes;  4 reception, 3 year 1,  3 year 2, and 1 combined year 1 and 2.

The  main building (above) is a large Victorian  one.We also have a  double mobile, which is used for a year 2 class and as a staff room. Part of our  canteen building, which is shared with the Junior  School, has been converted into a new, large year 2 classroom, with an adjoining Special Needs suite. Our well resourced library is located in the old mobile, in the Junior playground. The Reception classes all have access  to an outdoor play area, which includes a climbing frame and other outdoor equipment.



Children will follow National Curriculum guidelines working to the programmes of study at key stage 1 which have been reviewed in the light of Curriculum 2000. A minimum of 18% of curriculum time will be allocated to science. There may be cross curricular links which will increase and enhance the other areas of the curriculum and programmes of study.

Objectives  can be summarised as follows:

a. To develop observational skills 

b. To develop a scientific approach to problems, and foster an increasing curiosity.

c. To explore and investigate  in order to acquire scientific knowledge.

d. Use hands on  experience  and secondary sources to gather information.

e.  Communicate and record findings / discoveries in a variety of ways, including using I.C.T. and reflect on evidence.

f.  To explore values and attitudes through science.

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