We are an excellent church school!

We are proud of our whole community for this fabulous judgement. Well done!


'Let your light shine.' Matthew 5:16

Welcome to our school website.


New Website!

Our new website is here and there's so much to see. Read our blog about it here.


Learning Resources

Check out our handy list of learning resources in the Kids Zone.


Ofsted 2018

'A welcoming and friendly place...


Ofsted 2018

...where pupils make good progress.'


We are a Church of England school.

The church is at the heart of our community.


Early Years Foundation Stage

Ask about our Foundation Stage places for 3 and 4 year olds.


Why Laughton C of E?

Give us a call and have a look around.


We are a small school.

We all learn to get along.


We have a beautiful school.

Our learning environment is bright and lively.


Why Laughton?

Our children are independent.


We work as a team.

We know this makes us successful.


Why Laughton C of E?

Our children work hard.


We learn skills for life.

We are good at problem solving.


We love enterprise projects.

We are learning how our actions can change the world.


We love being creative.

(Even when we are only 4 years old!)


We respect each other as individuals.

We are learning how to become global citizens.


We love sport.

We learn to take care of ourselves and others.


We persevere.

Even when learning is messy!


We love our school.

We know how to have fun!


We are 400 years old!

Our building takes you on a walk through history.


We try our best.

We are learning to be independent.

Click here to access our resources for home learning.

Read Mrs Morley's letter to the children about returning to school.  

Letter To Children.docx


A free website for parents, families and schools.  

Supporting home learning during summer 2020 and beyond.

Relationships, Sex and Health Education



RHE Parent Consultation Letter Laughton.docx

Relationships and Sex Education Policy from 2020.doc

GROWING UP AT Laughton All Saints 2020.docx


RHE Expectations at Laughton.docx

Mental Health & Wellbeing

This site was created for young people, carers and professionals to pool together lots of helpful resources from across the Internet that are available to help support your mental health and well-being. We hope that you find it helpful.



If your child is in FS2 or Y1 and you have changed your mind about them returning to school before the summer, please give us plenty of notice so that we can prioritise the safety of all pupils and staff. 

We continue to welcome those in the key worker provision, as we have throughout. 

We are not open to any other year groups yet. Plans to extend opening are detailed in our previous newsletter, but as guidance is regularly changing, we will continue to keep you updated. Thank you for continuing to support our happy, little school and its staff team. 


Staff have been working hard to make sure our school is ready to welcome more pupils from June 1st. Classrooms will look a little different as you can see below. Staff will be on the gates to greet families. Key worker provision continues as required.

(Class 4 will be one to a desk; the chairs were just spread out for cleaning.)


Update for New Starters - FS2 Pupils in September 2020


Hello parents, 

 I know many of you may have questions regarding Boris Johnson's speech and his referring to schools possibly reopening in June for reception, Y1 and Y6 at first. I can only tell you that this information is as new to us as you, and we can only wait for further advice and instruction from the Government before we plan to reopen school in any way.  

Rest assured, the safety of our children and families will be at the forefront of any future decisions we make. For those of you who are concerned about sending your child to school should this go ahead in June, we will not be planning on issuing fixed notice penalties for non attendance and understand some of you will have concerns.

We will keep you all informed when we know more. You are welcome to leave feedback and questions on our answerphone.  

Mrs Morley



Parents and carers, 

There is support available to keep your child safe online. Below are some useful links:

Thinkuknow (advice from the National Crime Agency to stay safe online)

Internet matters (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online) 


Parent info (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)

LGfL (support for parents and carers to keep their children safe online)

Net-aware (support for parents and carers from the NSPCC)

Let’s Talk About It (support for parents and carers to keep children safe from online radicalisation)

UK Safer Internet Centre (tips, advice, guides)

If you are in any need of support, please get in touch with us. 


Two useful links regarding Department For Education updates and social distancing information:



Welcome to the Laughton All Saints' C of E Primary School brand new website.  We are proud of our school and, above all, our children!

We aim to nurture outward looking, independent, self regulating individuals, whose academic and social development is underpinned by Christian values.  At Laughton we aim to ensure all of our children 'let their light shine' so that they achieve their full potential and learn how to make a contribution to their world.

We are a small school, with a long history and a close community, with the church at its heart.  Our dedicated staff team and very supportive governors share the same vision: that all of our children are valued as individuals who can achieve their very best with bespoke support.   We affirm the Church of England philosophy that: 'The ultimate worth of each person is grounded in being created in the image of God and in God’s love and compassion for each.'  (p. 9)

We have tried to make this site as simple to navigate as possible and have included information on our school policies, safeguarding, information for parents and a dedicated zone for children.

Please have a look around and let us know what you think using the form on the contact us page.  We welcome any ideas about information which would be useful to parents.



(Please ask Mrs Hague in the office if you would like paper copies of any of the information contained in our website.)

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