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Littleport Community Primary School
Parsons Lane, Littleport, CB6 1JT, UK Ely
Tel. 01353 860235

Welcome to Littleport Community Primary School

eadteacher: Miss Lesley Strommen

Address: Parsons Lane, Littleport Cambs. CB6 1JT

Telephone: 01353 860235
Fax: 01353 863781

District: East Cambridgeshire
Linked schools: City of Ely Community College (Secondary)
Also part of ESP – Ely Schools’ Project.

Number on roll: 382 (two form entry – can rise to 420)
Type/age range: Primary – non-denominational. Age 4- 11. Has a pre school on site, managed by school (from 2 years 6 months).

Chair of governors: Paul Hodson

School motto: We strive for excellence in all we do


Click here to download our school prospectus (MS Word, 1Mb)

We are committed to ensuring that all pupils receive the best possible education. A strong emphasis is placed upon the acquisition of the core skills - reading, writing and number, as well as learning to listen and speak with confidence.

Teachers recognise that within any class there exists between pupils a wide variation in ability across the range of individual tasks. Teachers match their lessons to the ability of each pupil in their class – they set aside a great deal of planning time to ensure this.

In the Pre-School setting and in the Reception class, the curriculum is organised around a series of themes and the foundation curriculum is closely followed.

For pupils in Key Stages 1 & 2 the curriculum is planned according to schemes of work devised from the subjects of the National Curriculum, the syllabus for Religious Education and Personal and Social Education. Teachers will make links between subjects when they occur naturally and provide real educational value.

To assist in teaching and learning our school offers many additional advantages:

  • large classrooms, some over 100 square metres
  • a large computer suite for whole class inclusion and Interactive Whiteboards and additional computers in most classrooms.
  • a full-size purpose-built stage (see below)

  • an outdoor heated swimming pool with changing rooms
  • a full-size gymnasium with adjoining changing rooms
  • a significant acreage of hard and grassed areas for outdoor play surrounding the school
  • pre-school playgroup managed by the school

Together with Cambridge Local Education Authority, the Governors are planning a new purpose-built classrooms. This will include most of the above features and be a flagship school for the county.

The School’s Council

The School’s Council are members of Y6 who are elected through a whole school vote. They meet with the Headteacher regularly to represent children’s ideas, suggestions and worries. Their input into school life is significant.

Community Education

Cambridge Regional College is housed within the school and is involved in planning and organising adult classes, working with young people and developing community projects. Courses are run both during and after school hours. A brochure containing information regarding classes is issued each August. Classes are varied and a proportion offers a certificate of competence on completion. All Information Technology courses follow the RSA syllabus with examinations at the end.

For further information ring: 01353 861452

Community Education Manager: Di Walsh
Community Education Assistant: Julie Hill


Every child has the opportunity for a school visit – from Reception to Y4 this will be a day trip.

Our Y5 children are offered the chance to go to Kingswood, near the Norfolk coast, for a 3 day residential course. Children have the opportunity to use the latest technology in the computer suites and follow an “action adventure” course trying activities such as abseiling, driving quad bikes, archery etc.

In year 6, children get the opportunity to spend five days in the Isle of Wight. They enjoy a variety of activities of educational base but with the emphasis on fun. This is the time for children to gain more independence and spend time with their friends prior to leaving Littleport CP School for their Secondary School.


Each term out of school clubs are offered to the children – these may change from time to time. Children currently are able to attend clubs for – football, homework, dancing, Spanish, French, keyboards, recorders and the choir.

The choir has been a feature of the school for many years and is often invited to accompany choral societies – we are very proud of their many achievements.

Parental Involvement

The school greatly values the contribution made by parents. Parent volunteers are all police checked and regularly assist in school, listening to children read, helping in class and in the swimming pool. Parents also help by accompanying classes on educational visits. The school is fortunate to have a very active and supportive Parents Association.

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