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Little Missenden C E School
Little Missenden, HP7 0RA, UK Amersham
+44 (0)1494 0862021

Welcome to Little Missenden C.E First School

Welcome to Little Missenden School's website.
We hope you can gain a flavour of our school from the information included.

We are pleased to welcome the Reverend John Simpson as ex-officio governor on taking up his appointment at Little Missenden.

We are delighted to announce that on the 28th of April Little Missenden C of E First School was awarded a Basic Skills Quality Mark. This reflects the excellent standards we achieve in Literacy and Numeracy.

The summary of our most recent Ofsted report is up and running in the documents section of our website.
Miss S Keatinge
Little Missenden C.E Infant School
Little Missenden

Little Missenden Church of England School is a Voluntary Aided village school in South Buckinghamshire. With a current maximum of 45 pupils from Reception to Year 2, we can guarantee vertically grouped classes of under 30.

For more detailed information about our structure, click on the About Us button.

Our Ofsted results are some of the best in the county - for details, click on the Ofsted button.

Thank you for logging on to the Little Missenden web site. If you would like further information, leave an enquiry on the appropriate page by clicking the Enquiry button.


Our Head Teacher, Sheila Keatinge, has been running the school for the last sixteen years. She teaches Class 2 which groups Years 1 and 2 together in the mornings and Year 2 alone in the afternoons.

In order to fulfill the many administrative duties involved in being Head Teacher, Miss Keatinge has office time on Wednesdays and Thursdays. On those days, Class 2 is taught by Diane Healy, our part-time staff member who has been with us for as long as Miss Keatinge herself. Mrs Healy specialises in Technology and the children have made many wonderful creations under her tutelage.

The Foundation Stage (Reception) is taught by Mrs Rowena Borrows in the new Garden Room, where they have a new playground built specifically with their age group in mind. They are joined, in the afternoons, by Year 1. Mrs Marnie Nicholas teaches Class 1 on Tuesday afternoons to allow Mrs Borrows time for Preparation, Planning and Assessment.

We employ several Learning Support Assistants at the moment. Janet Richardson works with Class 2 in the mornings. Mrs Richardson also works with Class 1 for three afternoons a week. Mrs Pat Hester works with Class 1 for three mornings a week, and joined us in the Autumn of 2004. Mrs Deborah Hunter works with Class 1 for two mornings a week, and joined us in the Spring of 2005.
We also are glad of the help two LSAs to support children with special needs.

Our Governors are chaired by Revd John Simpson, the incumbant at Little Missenden. As we are a church school, the Parochial Church Council appoints four of the Governors while the Oxford Diocese appoints two of them. The others comprise one Local Education Authority appointment, one Parish Council member, one member of the non-teaching staff and a parent, as well as Miss Keatinge and Mrs Borrows.



Extra curricular activities

At Little Missenden, we believe that extra curricular activities extend a child's education beyond curricular limitations. We run five clubs which are itemised below. If you click on the ones that interest you, a link will take you to a page giving a little more information about each one.

It is worth noting that we offer swimming to every child throughout the year as part of the curriculum.

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