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Perryfields Infant School
Lawn Lane, CM1 7PP, UK Chelmsford
+44 (0)1245 268714

Perryfields Infant School


Perryfields Infant School is situated in the residential area known as Springfield, Chelmsford in Essex.

The school was opened in 1970 and comprises of a large hall with classrooms off.

At the heart of the school are the recently upgraded library and ICT suite.  The library is bright and well-stocked.  The ICT suite known as the 'Millennium Room' has 15 flat screen computers which the children (and staff!) think are fantastic.

The outside learning environment is also an important part of our children's learning experience and we take great pride in the upkeep of the grounds around the school.

The School Curriculum

In Year One and Two children embark on the National Curriculum.  The main emphasis is on the following subjects:

Science and Information
Communication Technology

Please see the Prospectus for a detailed overview of the above subjects.

Parents are Welcome

It is aimed to build a positive partnership between home and school.

school mission statement

  • Lay the foundations for life long learning

  • Create a school community where everyone values, listens and respects each other

  • Offer all children equal access to a rich, varied and challenging learning experience

  • Celebrate the achievements of all

  • Encourage a safe and healthy environment for all to develop a happy and confident approach to life

To achieve these aims we will work together with parents, carers and the wider community


The school curriculum is wide and varied. At the age of four years when children start school the curriculum is of a practical nature. This is called the Foundation Stage. The children's activities are based around six areas of learning.

We provide a welcoming and safe environment for the children so that they feel included, secure and valued. We build positive relationships with parents in order to work effectively with them.

In the early years, practitioners build on what children can do and already know.

The Foundation Stage curriculum is carefully structured. Teachers match the different levels of young children's needs to carefully planned learning experiences both indoors and out:

The areas of learning in the Foundation Stage are:

Personal, social and emotional development;
Communication, language and literacy;
Knowledge and understanding of the world;
Creative development;
Mathematical development;
Physical development;

Perryfields Infant School

In Year One and Two children embark on the National Curriculum. The main emphasis is on the subjects of Literacy, Numeracy, Science and Information, Communication Technology.


At some time in their school career a child may need extra support.  This may only be needed for a short time.  The Special Needs Coordinator is responsible for overseeing the work of supporting children with special needs.  This support is planned using the Essex Stages of Assessment, based on the national Code of Practice.  Parents/carers are involved from the beginning of the process and are encouraged to work in partnership with the school.

Individual Education Programmes are planned for each child on Essex Stages, and they receive extra help from Learning Support staff.  The programmes are reviewed regularly by Class Teachers, the Special Needs Coordinator, parents/carers and other professionals who may be involved.

The school is fully compliant with current regulations under the Disability Act.




Light maroon sweatshirt with logo
White polo shirt with logo
Grey tailored trousers
Dark coloured shoes (no trainers)
Light maroon sweatshirt or cardigan with logo*
White polo shirt with logo
Grey skirt or pinafore dress
Grey tailored trousers
Dark coloured shoes (no trainers, high heeled shoes or boots)



Grey tailored shorts
Pink and white check dress
(no open-toed sandals)
Grey tailored shorts

Other optional items available with school logo:

Light maroon fleece
Woolly hat

Children will also need:

A reading wallet
PE Kit
Gold round necked t-shirt
Maroon shorts
PE Bag

All children wear school uniform.

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