Welcome to Campton Lower School, our school has been successfully educating the children of this picturesque Central Bedfordshire village since in 1875. Choosing a school is one of the most important decisions a parent will make for their child. I would like to take this opportunity to give you a flavour of the education we offer.
We view every pupil as a valued individual who is part of the Campton family. Our motto ‘Every learner valued, Every opportunity seized, Every achievement celebrated’ is truly embraced by all at Campton Lower School. It is our belief that every child has a unique talent and it is our responsibility to help discover, nurture and develop this talent.
School days have a powerful influence on future success in life and we believe that at Campton Lower we can give your child the best start by all working together to create an exciting and stimulating learning adventure for everyone. Our pupils not only achieve excellent academic results, but they also enjoy a wide range of extra-curricular activities and receive outstanding pastoral care.
I hope you will find all the information you need about our happy and successful school, although a website can only give you a brief glimpse of school life. Should you have any further questions you are warmly invited to visit, and experience for yourself, the friendly atmosphere of what we believe is an excellent school for your child to happily achieve.
Monday 2nd October - School Photos
Tuesday 3rd October – Harvest Festival (10.00 – 10.30am)
Friday 13th October – Coffee Afternoon 2.30-3.20pm
Friday 10th November – Wear Blue to school for Anti-Bullying Day
Monday 13th November – Anti-Bullying week
Monday 20th November – Road Safety week
Half Term - Monday 23rd October – Friday 27th October
INSET day - Monday 30th October
Children return to school on Tuesday 31st October
“I feel privileged that both my children attend a wonderful school, a school that firmly believes that every child is unique and every achievement should be celebrated”.
2016 Phonics Achievement
Please see below a letter from Nick Gibb MP, Minister of State for School Standards