Welcome to Long Sutton County Primary School

During the current Coronavirus outbreak we are trying to use twitter as much as possible to keep parents informed.

Thank you for visiting our website. Our vision is to strive for the highest academic standards, team work and a strong sense of community spirit. This is summed up in our school motto of 'Be a Star!' which was developed  by staff and pupils.

Long Sutton County Primary School is incredibly proud of serving the whole community as the only Primary in the town of Long Sutton. The school decided, after several years of developments and improvements, to become an academy and joined the local Keystone Academy Trust. This allows us to continue our work at the centre of the local community and for us to link with local groups and charities as well as ensuring that our children receive the best education possible.

Our parents are extremely supportive and work together with the school to help move the school forward. We have committed staff, who strive to provide a range of exciting and engaging learning opportunities for our children. The staff are supported and encouraged by the school's Governors, who are dedicated to ensuring every child has the opportunities to reach their full potential. We strive to promote a happy and productive relationship with the whole school community and we are confident that by working together we can provide the best educational opportunities possible for our children. All of this has been demonstrated by the way in which the school has developed over recent years and our 'good' OFSTED report

The school is also supported superbly by 'Friends of Long Sutton County Primary School' Association, who offer their time and energy to help fund projects that often could not be afforded without their kind donations. They organise a range of social activities which bring parents and the local community together to raise money for the school including discos, football matches, fashion shows and quiz nights.

We hope that you like what you see and will come to visit us and see everything that our children are doing.


Mr B Lord

Have a look at our special page for children getting ready to start in Reception.

New to Reception

Coronavirus Advice

Home Learning

Got to our Home Learning page for:

  • Information on our ‘Covid-19 Home Working Pack’
  • ‘Suggested structure for days at home letter’
  • Answer documents for parents

Home Learning page

Wider School Opening


Find some more ideas for supporting your children while they are at home.

Inclusion page

Update from school: 8 July Home Learning and exercise book collection Letter to Parents

Update from school: 1 July Letter to Parents

Provision during school closure

Pupil Registration For School Provision For Key Workers (WORD Document)

Update from school: 19 March Letter to Parents

Update from school: 17 March Letter to Parents

The Department for Education’s advice for the education sector, including parents, carers and staff, is now live.

The contact details are as follows:

DfE Coronavirus Helpline
Phone: 0800 046 8687
Email: DfE.coronavirushelpline@education.gov.uk

Opening hours: 8.00 am to 6.00pm Monday to Friday

Guidance for schools and other educational settings in providing advice about the novel coronavirus, COVID-19

The letters and documents are in PDF format. If you are unable to open them then you can download a free PDF reader from Adobe.

Summer Reading Challenge
News and Events

School Lunches

The menus for the new term in September have now been published on ParentPay and are available to view on the website, where you can also find the allergen information.
We have some exciting new menu options, including two Vegan options each week, and have kept some of the favourite meals like our awesome roast dinners!
The cost per meal is remaining the same at £2.30 and we believe that our menus provide excellent quality and value for money.
The cut-off date for ordering meals for w/c 7 September is midnight on Tuesday 1 September. Why not order for the whole term?

Home Learning plus End and Start of Term

As well as the weekly home learning packs that you receive via ParentPay, we have put together another paper pack of activities for the children to be working on before school closes for the summer holidays. Find out more in our Home Learning letter.

In order to rebuild classrooms, carry out further deep cleans and to prepare for the new academic year, we have decided that we will finish the summer term on Friday 17th July for all children including key workers. Find out more in our End and Start of Term Letter.

Inspire+ Virtual Mini Olympics 2020


9:50: Opening address & a message from one of our Athlete Ambassadors
10:00: Sports activity videos
11:00: Video from one of our Athlete Ambassadors
12:00: Tutorial video of football tricks from freestyler Stephen Gray
12:45: Video from one of our Athlete Ambassadors
13:00: Video from one of our Athlete Ambassadors
13:30: Continue sports activity videos
13:45: Video from one of our Athlete Ambassadors
14:00: It is time to perform! We would like you to perform the dance routine you have learnt today. If you can, post a video of your performance on our social media
14:30: Performance of freestyle football skills from Stephen Gray!
14:45: Closing address
Website link for videos: www.inspireplus.org.uk/virtual-mini-olympics
YouTube link for videos: www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgfAo20W61-mHghI1fJBd7eET5hOSGFIx

Science Week Launch

Today we launched our whole school science week by inviting parents in to classes to help us build boats. Find out more on our Special Events page.


I have taken the pumpkin that was growing beside our pond to Bell’s Pumpkin Patch to be entered into their weigh-in! The heaviest pumpkin will win but it has some serious competition. If you visit the Pumpkin Patch, look out for ours and afterwards it will be donated to their charity raffle. Click on the pictures below to see for yourself.
Miss Robinson.

Robot! 4 October

They have been building a Robot and enjoying a woodland walk in Nursery today. Find out more on the Foundation Stage page.

Early Bird Week

Many thanks to all of you for supporting our attendance drive. School attendance currently stands at 96.8% and we are seeing most children arriving at school in time ready to line up after the bell goes at 8:50am.

As we continue in our efforts to improve attendance and punctuality, next week we will be holding the first of our half-termly Early Bird Weeks. The aim of this week is for children to arrive to school on time, every day, ready to line up after the bell goes at 8:50am. For children who achieve this, they will be entered into a prize draw to win a £10 gift card.

Improving school attendance is a key priority for the school as we are committed to providing a full and rewarding education for all our pupils. Please remember our school target for attendance is 96%.

We will continue to provide key updates on attendance as the year progresses. If you have any questions regarding your child’s attendance or punctuality, please do come and speak to us.


The attendance trophy for KS2 this week is awarded to: Gemini
The attendance teddy for EYFS/KS1 this week is awarded to: Circinus
The punctuality trophy for KS2 this week is awarded to: Phoenix
The punctuality teddy for EYFS/KS1 this week is awarded to: Circinus
Please see the table below showing last week's attendance figures:

Andromeda 95.00%
Orion 96.00%
Circinus 97.10%
Chamaeleon 96.70%
Sirius 83.30%
Scorpius 93.90%

Leo 91.30%
Hydra 89.20%
Phoenix 93.00%
Gemini 96.40%

Aquila 94.70%
Aquarius 96.10%
Antares 94.80%
Libra 92.10%

Latest Letters

Update from school: 8 July Home Learning and exercise book collection Letter to Parents

School Dinner Ordering Reminder wc 7 September

Home Learning

End and Start of Term

Provision during school closure

Pupil Registration For School Provision For Key Workers (WORD Document)

Our letters are in PDF format. If you are unable to open them then you can download a free PDF reader from Adobe.
Paper copies are available from the School Office. You can find older letters on our Letters page.

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