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16/09/21

Happy National Teaching Assistants’ Day to all our TAs, LAs, LSAs!

10/09/21

And we have another 39 amazing schools in the trust too!

10/09/21

A busy night on Thursday for and as they hold their open evenings. Two phenomenal schools! https://t.co/3fQ0OPj4Ym

10/09/21

Thursday is a busy night for and https://t.co/VCWIJ7tSGM

10/09/21

Congratulations on a great first full week back everyone!

04/09/21

Retweeted From de Stafford School

It's Prom night for our 2021 Leavers and we're delighted we've been able to give them the celebration they all deserve.#deStaffordProud https://t.co/2ZIAdIGMrn

04/09/21

Retweeted From Chestnut Park School

We are looking forward to welcoming all the children back to school tomorrow at 8.40am. There will be many members of staff on the gate and around the school to help the children find their way to their new classrooms. We can't wait to see all the children's smiling faces! https://t.co/AxLdlCZPrh

04/09/21

Retweeted From SM1/7Jobs

Regional Technician - Central Region https://t.co/w0BzNuHn6B closes 27th Sept

04/09/21

Retweeted From Longford Park School

It was lovely to welcome all of our children and their families back today. What a positive start to the year. Special welcome to all of our new children. https://t.co/C1HBcRznNx

04/09/21

Retweeted From Salfords Primary School

At we are ready for the new school year - with new pathways, playground surface, new, cleaned and tidy equipment! The staff have had a super set of INSET days and are looking forward to welcoming you back to school. https://t.co/hjEA0lOyQa

04/09/21

Retweeted From Highdown School

Highdown welcomes our new Year 7 students at the start of their career as Highdowners! We are delighted to have them join our school😊 https://t.co/5Ce25BaejL

04/09/21

Retweeted From prlfederation

Lovely to see our wonderful Infant children and families again, and to welcome our fantastic new Reception and Nursery cohorts! What a great start! Well done to you all

04/09/21

Retweeted From @_Cordwalles

Great to see our children and families again, and to welcome our fantastic year 3s! Such a positive start for everyone - well done!

04/09/21

Retweeted From Hillcroft

Wonderful welcoming back our KS1 and KS2 children; they had a fabulous day settling back in and starting their Topics for the term https://t.co/BEKcUMfAta

04/09/21

Retweeted From Kieran Cooke

The evidence is clear on the significant impact of enrichment on young people from disadvantaged backgrounds and mobilising volunteers is key to enabling this. But let's consider enrichment opportunities more broadly than just art, drama and music - STEM clubs are a great example https://t.co/0N5k1YkdKj

04/09/21

Retweeted From researchED Surrey

Now you're back, a gentle reminder there are still some tickets remaining for our face to face event in Surrey on Saturday 16th October. Find your CPD lead and get them involved! https://t.co/HTfE9DpC2g

01/09/21

Retweeted From GLF Schools TT

Looking forward to welcoming the 2021-2022 cohort of Trainee Teachers✨. Wishing all of our trainees the best of luck as they start their teaching career with the GLF Teaching School🤞. https://t.co/gSBMOLlwPx

01/09/21

Retweeted From GLF Schools TT

We are pleased to launch our program of Higher Level Teaching Assistant Courses. ✨The 1st course starts on 27.9.21. A great opportunity for looking to increase their skills, responsibilities and salary. Further info see 👇or email cpdtraining.org https://t.co/rSORTkl4WF

01/09/21

Welcome to the official first day of the 2021-22 academic year! Let’s see what the year holds for us all and let’s approach it calmly and with dignity😊

31/08/21

Welcome back to all our Trust Central Team colleagues today as we make final preparations for our schools’ reopening this week. It is shaping up to be another academic year to remember😀😳

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.