About Us

Welcome

We are all very proud of Lodge Farm, and I hope that you will come to share that feeling with us. It is a real privilege to be Headteacher of such a great school, and I am looking forward to working in partnership with you. My philosophy is a very simple one: your children only …

About the School

Lodge Farm Primary School is a two-form entry primary school which admits up to 60 children into each year group.  Children are normally admitted into the nursery class in the September following their third birthday and move on to primary school (Reception) the next September. Parents are required to apply online for a Nursery place. …

Vision & Values

Aims of Lodge Farm Primary School We want your child to be safe, valued and happy. With these vital elements are in place, your child will learn. We want your child to be a confident young person who has a positive attitude to both learning and an ever changing society. We want to create a …

Admissions

If you would like your child to attend our school, please see full details of our admission arrangements below. School Admissions Please refer to policies above. www.hertfordshire.gov.uk/admissions Nursery Admissions Please refer to policies above. Free Early Education and Childcare All 3-4 year olds are entitled to 15 hours free early education. In addition to this, …

New Starters

We are delighted that you are going to be joining us and would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to Lodge Farm Primary & Nursery School. Your child is about to start a new and exciting chapter in their education and we are aware it can be an anxious time, so we endeavour …

Staff

Senior Leadership Team Head Teacher Helen Turner Assistant Head (maternity leave) Alexa Simpson Assistant Head – KS1 Angie Smith Assistant Head – Year 3 & 4 (maternity leave) Nicola Randall Assistant Head – Year 5 & 6 Jess Brosnan Teaching Staff Nursery Lynette Tully Reception Ashleigh D’Souza Lisa Rodgers Year 1 Helen Winter Susanna Dear …

Governors

The governing body is made up of representatives from parents, teaching and non-teaching staff and members of the wider community. This diverse range of experience ensures a variety of views and perspectives on the school, and how it can succeed, are represented. Governors may have different professional backgrounds and experience but we have one thing …

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