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Little Harrowden Community Primary School

Learning for life in a caring community

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Upcoming Events

Thu Mar 05
World Book Day!
Fri Mar 13
Comic Relief Day
Thu Mar 19 @13:45 - 03:00PM
Year 3 & 4 Spring Production
Thu Mar 19 @18:00 - 07:30PM
Year 3 & 4 Spring Production
Fri Mar 27
Break up for Easter holidays
Mon Apr 13
Staff training Day - School closed to pupils

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Welcome to Little Harrowden!



At Little Harrowden, we are passionate about learning and aim for our children to grow as outstanding learners with the skills and confidence to take on whatever challenges the future may bring.

We provide a holistic education where importance is placed upon academic excellence as well as emotional, physical and ethical development. Our dedicated team of teachers and support staff provide a caring and challenging environment in which children thrive. Children at Little Harrowden are happy and their behaviour is excellent.

We have around 208 children on roll aged 4-11, with one class in each year. We are a vibrant, forward-thinking school and retain a village-school ethos with a strong sense of community – something which the school has proudly achieved for over 350 years.


Experiencing the Eclipse

PDFPrintE-mail Friday, 20 March 2015 13:58

We had an amazing experience this morning as children, staff and parents of Little Harrowden Primary School experienced the solar eclipse from our school playground. Although the forecast had suggested that it would be too cloudly, we were treated to hazy sunshine and were able to witness the partial eclipse through solar filter glasses and through pin hole projectors. The experience was fantastic.


Tori has captured the sensations that the children felt as the sun was eclipsed through a beautiful haiku poem.

Crescent of colours

As the sun and moon duel

Then daylight falls.


The moon wins the fight

It's a crescendo of light

Fading into night. 


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