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20/05/20

“So often & for so many of us, it is a teacher who changed our lives”-Michael Morpurgo. On we want to thank each and every teacher at GLF for their hard work, commitment and resilience- you are all amazing! https://t.co/ejceMQOxqY

15/05/20

Retweeted From Jon Chaloner

Likewise, pleased to be a supporter of too. It’s time to come together - and stay together. isn’t about structure, it’s about people and our communities. https://t.co/4s3ufHcEg5

15/05/20

Retweeted From EdLeadCollective

If you have not yet registered your interest with us please give us a follow and see our tweets for a) our opening statement, and b) the form to register interest. https://t.co/nu5Q8brjUS

15/05/20

Retweeted From Lynne O'Reilly

Another productive remote Board meeting today. Huge thanks and admiration to the leadership team who are providing such clear guidance and direction to our schools in the current ever changing environment.

15/05/20

Retweeted From GLF Schools’ Careers

Here is a weekly round up of the fantastic opportunities we have to join our Trust. If you are looking for a change in your career, please go to our careers site to find out more https://t.co/JFOZkcuIbx https://t.co/Rwt85vOk1A

15/05/20

Retweeted From David Keyte

Some roles at my fantastic school here! Do have a look, happy to have a chat with anyone that would like to hear a little more about ! https://t.co/gWgspmyTOm

15/05/20

Thanks Lynne - to all trustees and yourself - for your staunch support to all of us at GLF. Enjoy your weekend. https://t.co/teMod1mXik

10/05/20

Following the PM’s briefing, we await further details from the DfE & our LAs. We will share information as soon as we are able. Please be assured our priority remains the safety of children & students, their families & our staff.

28/04/20

Today marks International Worker's Memorial Day - please join us at 11am where we will be observing the one minute silence in remembrance of the key workers, including teachers and school staff who have lost their lives to Covid-19.

20/04/20

With thanks for 25 years as a governor . RIP, Brian Stead. https://t.co/N8c0H5QcSp

07/04/20

Retweeted From Cuddington Croft

🌟 We hope you are enjoying the first day of the Easter holidays! Here is a video we made to say we are missing you and keep safe! Thanks to Mrs Thompson and Imogen for putting it together! https://t.co/yO2gpGlrVd

02/04/20

Just fantastic https://t.co/DwT3gPvwEu

31/03/20

Retweeted From GLF Schools’ Careers

Are you a teacher based in the , , , or surrounding areas, looking for your next step up in your career? Merstham Park are looking for a Lead Teacher of Maths to join their growing team https://t.co/1FTnOz6nuL https://t.co/JS70B8EnUj

31/03/20

Retweeted From GLF Schools’ Careers

If you are looking for a role in Surrey, Merstham Park want to hear from you! It’s an exciting to be joining them as they look forward to brand new facilities and many career opportunities as the school grows year on year. https://t.co/FbTK52Gj1T

27/03/20

Retweeted From GLF Schools’ Careers

Our staff have shown strength & resilience in what has proven to be a very tough week in education. As per our previous communication, we will continue our recruitment processes for critical roles within our schools. Would you like to part of our wonderful team? https://t.co/Zy8CTLdjgz

27/03/20

Retweeted From GLF Schools’ Careers

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25/03/20

Retweeted From Jon Chaloner

This thread; crucial colleagues across right now. Always have been. Always will be. https://t.co/3KjKM7oPic

25/03/20

Retweeted From claire martin

Rainbows displayed proudly https://t.co/WDIXPsFh2q

25/03/20

Retweeted From Sophie Marsh

Thank you so much for sharing my story!

Welcome

Lorraine Infant School caters for children aged 2-7 years in our Nursery and Infant classes.

The school has an interesting history as it was built on part of the site of a Free French Camp established during the 2nd World War.  General de Gaulle visited the camp on many occasions and was frequently seen in Camberley.  He later gave his permission for the school to bear the name of 'Lorraine' from the French 'Cross of Lorraine'.  In June 2005 surviving members of the Free French Lorraine 342 Squadron visited Camberley and presented a plaque to the school, which can be found in our hall.

The school consists of specialist Early Years Foundation Stage units and several Key Stage 1 teaching areas.  We have wonderful outdoor learning areas, which are well resourced.  The Foundation Stage garden, to which children have free access, is designed and resourced to support all areas of children's early development.  Our Key Stage 1 outdoor learning environment has climbing equipment, an outdoor theatre, a MUGA sports pitch, a large playground, trim trail and field area. In addition, we are very fortunate to have a wonderful nature garden with a pond, minibeast area, flower and vegetable gardens, meadow area and raised sensory beds, all of which offer rich opportunities for active learning outdoors.  The school hall is equipped with a wide range of PE apparatus and equipment.  Appetising and nutritious meals are cooked on site and served in the hall from a servery.  We have a well resourced library with an area that is used for targeted group work, and a food tech area where the children enjoy cooking.

Our Nursery unit is run by a Nursery Teacher and qualified Nursery Assistants.  Parents/carers can choose sessions flexibly over the week, subject to availability.

If you are considering enrolling your child at Lorraine school, please contact us to arrange a visit.  We will be delighted to show you around and to answer any questions.

Lorraine maintains a close relationship with the local Camberley junior schools, in particular Cordwalles Junior School, which ensures a smooth transition to Key Stage 2.

Mrs Ford in the school office is happy to deal with any queries.