Welcome to Luton Infant and Nursery School

We are a Nursery and Infant school

for children aged between 3 and 7 years

in Chatham, Kent.

Visits to the school are warmly welcomed, please click here to contact the school office and speak to Mrs Watkins, Receptionist or Mrs Yates, Office Manager.

Sports Day 2015!

Thanks to all the parents and helpers that came and supported our children.




Luton Infant and Nursery School Vision 

“Dream, Believe, Achieve” 

Dream big, you know you’ll get there,

If you believe you can,

We will achieve our goals because we know we can succeed,

Dream, Believe, Achieve.

Mission Statement

• We believe that children have the right to a warm, welcoming, inspirational environment that everyone shares the responsibility for creating.  Our mission is to provide a stimulating learning environment in which everyone feels valued and respected. Through challenge and support our children will develop their skills and talents achieving high standards to become happy, confident and successful individuals.

• We aim for our children be safe and to equip them with the necessary skills to keep themselves safe and have a high feeling of self worth. It is our responsibility to recognise individual needs and nurture each other, believing that we can aspire to meet our dreams.


• Everyone in our school community has the right to have equal opportunities to develop as individuals through our inclusive curriculum and all children have a voice in decision making in school. We recognise the importance of helping to make and accept rules, understanding the difference between right and wrong and developing the skills necessary to work as a team and get on with others’ around them. We promote respect and tolerance for those with different faiths and beliefs.

• We have a responsibility to provide a creative curriculum which is accessible to all and challenges each individual. All our children have the right to learn new skills that will enable them to become well balanced members of society, equipping them with necessary life-skills for their future success.

All members of the school community have the responsibility to continually promote and celebrate our aims.

Rewritten in consultation with stakeholders in May 2015.

Important News and Information

 Very Important

From Monday 10th November 2014, if you arrange for someone to collect your child from school, they must give the password you have set up before we will let your child leave.  If they do not have the password, we will not let children leave the school with these adults.

Thank you for understanding the importance of this new safeguarding arrangement.

School closed to Chidren on the 2nd of September, School opens for the first day of Term on the 3rd of September.

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