The Littletons First School
The Littletons School has a long heritage. On 1st April 1871 The Littleton National School became a "Public Elementary School". The school moved to its present site from Middle Littleton to South Littleton on 16th July 1968.
We are very pleasantly situated within an attractive village in a rural community, you can find us in Farm Lane, South Littleton, Evesham Worcs, WR11 8TL (01386 830695). We are a small village Church of England school and we can take up to 180 children and 24 children in the private on site Nursery. We currently have seven teaching staff and eight teaching assistants and our headteacher is Mrs Helen Brambani.
Our Christian distinctiveness is an important part of school life. Five core values caring, honesty, perseverance, respect and responsibility permeate our day and support our children in knowing what is right and wrong, and their understanding of British values.
By far the most interesting pages on the site are those about the children in our school. We hope they will provide you with a special window into our school and illustrate the wide range of activities the children enjoy every day.
School starts promptly at 8.50am (children can be left in the playgrounds to be supervised by staff from 8.40am) and finishes at 3.20pm.
The school office is open from 8.30am - 4.00pm Monday - Friday.
The school website is here.