Crawley Green Infant School
Luton, United Kingdom
About Crawley Green Infant School
Crawley Green Infant School is a non-denominational, coeducational, foundation school in south Luton. Breakfast and after school clubs at nearby Crawley Green & Wenlock Pre School are open to Crawley Green Infant School pupils. Using outdoor spaces children access a “Discovery Garden” where they can measure worms and gather data; there is also a “Little Rotters” scheme for collecting organic waste. There are approximately 270 children on the school roll, taught at the ages of 4-7.
Mrs. G Turner
Values and vision
Crawley Green has a very clear vision and purpose which is expressed in its statement “Valuing the Individual and Celebrating Achievement.” The school’s ethos is evidenced in a pro-active education which inspires adults and children to adopt and live positive human values.
A collaborative approach to achieving excellence is consistently applied throughout Crawley Green. Supportive leadership and supportive teams are key strengths of the school where teams regularly meet to share and plan. Each half term pupils will also explore a different value, such as perseverance and co-operation.
“The school’s record of outstanding achievement results from the excellent ways it identifies opportunities for pupils’ learning; right from the Reception year, teachers plan and build activities and experiences around these. There is an impressive approach to the ways children are encouraged to look, listen and share their experiences.”