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Foundation Stage children celebrated 100 days at school this week by coming to school dressed as representations of 100. Some came dressed as suffragettes whilst others dressed as 100 year old people or creatively decorated t-shirts with 100 items. Lessons included finding different representations of 100 and the children thinking about what they would look like when they reached 100 years of age.


Year 6 attended the 'Safety In Action' event at Bexhill Fire station. They learnt about fire safety, lifesaving, electricity, CPR, rail safety and drink awareness. As always they were very attentive and impeccably behaved. We have since received compliments about their behaviour and the way the pupils from Little Common listened and engaged maturely with the activities.


Click this link to read about our new Foundation Stage Outside Area.


Click here for the Year Group Newsletters with information about what the children are learning this term and some important dates.  These now include updates about what the children are covering in their online safety work.


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Welcome to Little Common School

Little Common School is a large primary school, situated in Little Common village, on the outskirts of Bexhill on Sea. We can offer you and your child a vibrant and fun learning environment, where we strive to offer the best possible education for your child. We have a talented and dedicated team of staff and governors, who are committed to our school vision: Learning, Caring, Succeeding… together. We are fortunate to have extensive resources including a swimming pool, a library, an IT suite and a large playground with exciting play equipment. Our curriculum offers interesting learning opportunities and staff ensure that learning is fun and meaningful. As Headteacher at the school, I am excited about the opportunities that Little Common School can offer your child. I am totally committed to every child in our school attaining their potential through experiencing a broad range of learning opportunities which will deepen their understanding and develop their self-esteem. Together as a staff, we are constantly reviewing our practice and refining our teaching so that we can keep improving the education that we offer every child. I hope that you and your child
will join us in our exciting journey and share in the
pride we have in our successful school.

Linda Appleby, Headteacher