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Leys Farm Junior School

Kindnesswe are friendly and respectful

Love of learningwe want to achieve our best

Resiliencewe are positive and happy

Couragewe are honest and persistent

Self-Awarenesswe are sensible and tolerant

Creativitywe celebrate our high standards


The 1988 Education Reform Act re-enacts and reinforces the requirements of the 1944 Act that all county and voluntary schools are to provide Religious Education for all pupils. R.E. is included alongside the National Curriculum in the basic curriculum which all maintained schools must provide for their registered pupils, in accordance with a locally agreed syllabus. 

The 1988 Act also requires the school to organise a daily act of collective worship that is to be wholly or mainly of a broadly Christian character. Such assemblies are both spiritually and morally uplifting, developing a sense of unity and forming an integral and valuable part of the education progress. Collective worship and assemblies are held daily, whole school or class based. 

It is the right of any parent to withdraw their child from R.E. and collective worship if they wish. Formal notification should be given to the Head Teacher in order that alternative arrangements, which take into account the school's provision, can be discussed. 

Our team have won the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust Young Environmentalist 2017 Award - well done to them! Information about support for families during the holiday is in our News Section. Thank you for helping us to raise £800 at the Summer Fair. Our Buddies are in the Diana Award Roll of Honour 2017. Thank you for donating so much food for the Food Bank - a car full! Such kindness.