Mission Statement

At the heart of everything we do is a belief that everyone is unique, everyone is valued and everyone is loved.

"Love each other as I have loved you." John 15:12


Our vision statement for the school is:-

“Valuing all children within an inclusive community.”


This is a happy, family school in which we encourage pupils and adults to have a caring and considerate attitude towards one another.  There is a strong Christian ethos of acceptance within the school.  We recognise and value the uniqueness of every child, helping all to achieve their best within a safe, secure and creative environment.


We aim to enable children to learn skills, knowledge and develop concepts that will help them grow into positive, responsible people who can work and co-operate with others and hopefully be better equipped for life in today’s ever changing society.     


Wisdom, Knowledge and Skills

  • To provide a rich stimulating curriculum with a range of opportunities to empower pupils to achieve excellent standards


  • To inspire and develop pupils to meet the challenges of an ever-changing world and become lifelong learners


Hope, Aspiration and Courageous Advocacy

  • To care for and develop the whole child to lead a healthy lifestyle, emotionally, physically and spiritually


Community and Living Well Together

  • To create genuine pride in ourselves and our school as part of our community, preparing future citizens with high standards of behaviour and respect


  • To practice and encourage care and respect for our world and environment


Dignity and Respect

  • To be a welcoming, caring and safe school in which each member of the school community is valued as a unique individual


  • To develop an appreciation of Christian beliefs, practices and values and respect and sensitivity to others’ beliefs, faiths and cultures


A People Place


If this is not the place where tears are understood,

Where do I go to cry?


If this is not a place where my spirits can take wing,

Where do I go to fly?


If this is not a place where my questions can be asked,

Where do I go to seek?


If this is not a place where my feelings can be heard,

Where do I go to speak?


If this is not a place where you can accept me as I am,

Where can I go to be?


If this is not a place where I can try and learn to grow,

Where can I just be me?"


The school is sited in attractive grounds, with mature trees and planting.  The conservation area and wildlife pond

are now well established and provide exciting and fun learning opportunities.  Our outdoor classroom allows

the children to engage in their learning.





The school was last inspected by Ofsted in February 2014 and judged to be Outstanding. Read more and see the full Ofsted report by clicking on the Statutory Website Information button at the top of this page and following the link.




Like all primary schools, the head is supported in decision making and financial management by a team of governors. Chaired by Sharon Wiseman, the governors bring experience of education, business and public sector management. As a church school, one of the governors is appointed by the dioceses and several governors are parents. Click here to visit the High Littleton Governors page.




Healthy School

High Littleton School is proud to be a healthy school. The school is committed to promoting healthy lifestyles for all in the school community.  Please click on our Healthy School button above to read more.




Community Links

High Littleton is a traditional small village situated south of the historic city of Bath,

High Littleton is an excellent place to live.  Please click to view the Wikepedia entry

about High Littleton and details of High Littleton Parish Council. The school has

strong links with the Church and a wide range of organisations including

High Littleton Pre-School; and of particular note is the local Children’s Hospice ,

Bath Cats and Dogs Home,  Somer Valley Foodbank, Send a Cow at Harvest

Time and Time is Precious. The NSPCC visit the school with their informative and

inspirational assemblies.  





The Midsomer Norton Schools Partnership provides enrichment activities

through  Maths and Science masterclasses.  We also link with Norton Hill

to engage in a wide range of sporting activities. Copies of our Community

Newsletter continue to be distributed to the Village and Hallatrow.

Beyond the Classroom......

So much of the learning and development at primary school comes from outside the core curriculum. The fantastic atmosphere and attitudes at the school are also greatly supported by the clubs, regular trips and sporting events that children enjoy. We have a School Council, where children represent their classmates to bring about changes in how the school is run and the equipment and facilities available to them outside the classroom. Please get in touch and we’ll be happy to tell you more about what we’ve been doing most recently.



Parents....... Get involved?

We have a thriving PTA here at High Littleton Primary School and hold a variety of social events for both

children and parents throughout the year . The funds raised by the PTA make an important contribution to

resources which enhance the learning experiences and environment for all our children beyond those                                                        funded by the school. The Parent Council has been running for over a year at school.  We discuss a wide                                                        range of issues including school dinners, uniform and reporting procedures and after-school clubs. 

Please click for further information on the PTA and Parent Council.




Please feel free to browse our School Prospectus,  if you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact the school or if you feel you would to see the school for yourselves please get in touch, we’ll be very happy for you to come and visit us on a normal school day.  




“High Littleton Primary School is committed to working towards race equality, promoting positive approaches to difference and opposing all forms of racial prejudice and discrimination.  Language or behaviour, which is racist or potentially damaging to any ethnic or racial group, is not tolerated and will always be challenged.  We recognise that British society is made up of people from many different racial, cultural, linguistic and religious backgrounds and that all pupils must be fully prepared to live in such a diverse society.”

Our Church School

© 2023 by High Littleton Primary

Contact us:

01761 470622

High Littleton C of E Primary School
Church Hill, High Littleton, Bristol, BS39 6HF

Headteacher:  Mr Gareth Griffith