Welcome to Burbage C of E Infant School
Whether you are a new parent, a prospective parent or someone who has known us for a long time, I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to Burbage C of E Infant School.
Burbage Infant School is a wonderful school and, as Executive Headteacher, I feel very privileged to have the opportunity to work here. This website aims to give you a flavour of what we offer to help you decide on a school in the first instance for your child and also to provide a foundation for the vital partnership between parents, carers and school. This is so important in giving your child the best possible opportunity for success, now and in the future.
We are very lucky here at Burbage Infants. We have beautiful grounds and a wealth of facilities to make the first years of school as memorable and exciting as possible for our children. As a church school, our links with St Catherine’s, as well as Burbage Methodist and Baptist Churches, provide rich opportunities for our children. However, we are also conscious that we are a community school, welcoming and valuing children - and families - from all faiths and backgrounds.
We are striving constantly to develop our provision in order to have the best teaching, the most vibrant environment, the right support for every child and the most exciting curriculum that we can possibly have. The hard work of our children, our parents, all of our staff and our governors adds significantly to our achievements, and combines to make a school of which we can all be rightly proud. With this in mind, I would love you to consider us and give us the privilege of welcoming your child.
For further information about the school, please contact us for a visit.
We hope that you find everything you need on this website. However, if you feel that something is missing, please get in touch with Mrs Julie Khadka who will be glad to include your ideas.
Don't forget, you can visit the Junior School site at www.burbage-jun.leics.sch.uk
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