Hard work pays off for school

Pupils and teachers at Littlegarth Primary School are celebrating after achieving consistently good results in and out of the classroom this year.

Well known for its academic results the Nayland school has continued its success with 20 of the 34 Year 6 children gaining Scholarship Awards for excellence to a wide variety of independent senior schools.

Headmaster, Peter Jones said: “Littlegarth has had another outstanding year, highlighting just how hard the staff and children work across the curriculum.

“We are extremely proud of the exceptional achievement of our Year 6 children in particular. They have been excellent ambassadors and we wish them every success for their very bright future.”

The has also been achieving considerable success on the sports field. The Year 6 rugby team has reached the national quarter finals, the football team won the national ISA soccer title and the cricket team won the Orwell park 6’s Tournament for the very first time in 28 years.

Matthew Elmakahleh, P.E teacher, said: “We are delighted to have the hard work of the children recognised in this way. Participating in a sports team is a privilege for our children and we endeavour to give every child the opportunity to represent their school.”