Welcome to Long Lawford Primary School’s website! Based in the heart of the community in Long Lawford, Rugby we take children from the years of 3-11. We are a larger than average primary school supporting a wide range of children and families from across Rugby.
Our vision this: by the time children leave our school, they can Love, Learn, Persevere and Succeed.
To support our vision we work in partnership with parents and the community. We strive to provide a rich variety of experiences which promote continued academic success and develop personal qualities in each child, while ensuring that your child has special and happy memories of their time at Long Lawford Primary School.
We are fortunate in having excellent facilities which support us in providing the highest standards of education for every child. We invest highly in mental health and mentor support as we believe this support is key to all children being able to learn successfully.
We provide all children with a broad and balanced curriculum that is tailored to suit the needs of all children. We work hard to support all children to achieve their potential and to Love, Learn, Persevere and Succeed!
If you would like to visit please do not hesitate to contact the office staff, and they will be happy to make the necessary arrangements.
School Vision and Values
Here is a shot video that explains our school vision and values.
All staff, Governors, volunteers, outside agencies and parents are committed to safeguarding all children at Long Lawford Primary School in line with Keeping Children Safe in Education (2018). We provide a safe environment in which children can learn. We have a "culture of vigilance" in our school and believe that all adults working in or with the school have responsibility for promoting the safety and welfare of every child.
Further information about how we safeguard children can be found in the safeguarding section of the website as well as from the Main Office of the school. There is also information about safeguarding in Warwickshire here.
What do our families think? Here's a video with some feedback from September 2021...