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Swimming starts for Years 5 & 6

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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 203 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.


Well done to the Kings!

PDFPrintE-mail Monday, 28 July 2014 11:53

smilesmilesmilesmileThis year children at Little Harrowden have been working hard to achieve smiley rewards. Smiley's are rewarded for excellent behaviour for learning skills. We reward readiness for learning by giving children a smiley for having the right PE kit. We reward attendance at school by giving a smiley to every child who achieves 100% attendance in a week. This is because we recognise that good attendance leads to great learning. Other ways that children can gain smileys are through handing in homework on time and to a good standard, reading regularly at home and meeting their learning targets in school. This is because learning does not stop when a child goes home at the end of the day and we want to recognise those children who always learn well. There have been some great smiley class rewards this year, including most recently some exciting water fights on the field. However the children are also gaining smileys for their teams, Dahls, Monets, Kings and Einsteins. This year the teams were incredibly close. However below is the score board and I would like to congratulate the Kings who just beat the competition to be crowned winner of the Smiley Award 2014.

1st - Kings 18,215

2nd - Dahls 18,209

3rd - Einsteins 18,173

4th - Monets 18,126



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