Our School

Headteacher’s Welcome

Welcome to Killigrew Primary & Nursery School, a school for children from 3-11 years old. I have been head teacher here since  2003, initially as head teacher of the Infant School and since 2008 as head teacher of the Nursery and Primary School. During this time, I have seen the school through many exciting changes …

About Our School

Killigrew Primary School and Nursery is a two form entry community school for 3-11 year olds in a lovely setting surrounded by woods and fields. We have one nursery class and two classes in every other year group. We feel that we have achieved a ‘family’ atmosphere where even the shyest child feels at home. …

Vision and Values

It is our vision that Killigrew Primary School and Nursery is a school in which: Achievement is outstanding, particularly in the key areas of literacy, numeracy and computing. All staff are committed to providing the best possible education for all pupils in a way that meets their individual needs. Pupils are motivated and provided with …

Admissions

School Admissions Starting at a new school is a very important step for your child. As we are a community school, Hertfordshire County Council manages our school admissions. Hertfordshire County Council Admissions If you have any questions you can contact Hertfordshire County Council via their customer service centre on 0300 123 4043. School Tours We admit children …

Staff

Class Teachers Early Years (EYFS) Mrs Beames Miss Choudhury Mrs Krajewski Miss Walsh Key Stage One (KS1) Miss Connolly Miss Maggs Miss Mateo Mrs Wicks (EY leader) Key Stage Two (KS2) Miss Child Mrs Digweed (KS1 leader) Mrs Holmes (KS2 leader) Miss Keen Mrs Kerner Mr Lockwood Miss Palmer Miss Pepper Additional Teachers Mrs Bramall …

Governors

Who are the Governing Body? The Governing Body consists of a group of people who offer the school different areas of expertise. They ensure the school provides a good all-round education for all pupils.  All governors are unpaid voluntary members taken from the local community. Chair of Governors: Mr S. Green (s.green@killigrew.herts.sch.uk) Miss Mylotte, head …

Attendance

Good attendance is essential for your child’s education. Children need to attend school every day so that they build on the skills and knowledge learnt the previous day. Parents must ensure that their child comes to school regularly.  If your child is unwell, please contact the school office via our absence line (01727 774200 Option …

Wellbeing

The Wellbeing Quality Mark We are delighted to have been awarded the HfL Wellbeing Quality Mark with a focus on emotional and mental health and wellbeing.  Participating schools complete a two-part self-evaluation linked to how the school is promoting health and wellbeing in the curriculum, throughout the school environment and across the wider school community. …

School Awards & Links

Supporting trainee teachers and work experience students We work very closely with the University of Hertfordshire and offer up to five placements a year for trainee teachers. We support PGCE and BEd students through different placements in their learning journey. We also welcome back previous pupils for work experience and work closely with the St …

GDPR

Our Data Protection Officer is Karen Hurford.  She can be contacted at dpo@killigrew.herts.sch.uk Requesting access to your personal data Under data protection legislation, parents / carers have the right to request access to information about them that we hold (“Subject Access Request”). To make a request for your child’s personal data, or be given access …

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