Sutton V.A. Lower School

Sutton Lower School

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Insights into our school

The Staff, Governors and Pupils welcome you to our school website. We hope that you will find it informative and interesting. We aim to give you an insight into the organisation and the feel of our school with information about our curriculum, staff, governors, friends of Sutton School as well as up to date events and activities. We welcome visits to see the school at work – this being the best way to get a sense of the ethos of our school.

Sutton VA Lower School is a small, rural village school serving Sutton and the surrounding towns and villages. We are a Church School and have strong links to All Saint’s Church, Sutton and within the diocese of St Albans. As Values accredited, visitors often remark that we are a warm, friendly community where each member is valued with their strengths nurtured and a shared vision for aiming high in all we do. 

Hopefully this website will give you lots of information about our school, but the best way to really get a feel for Sutton VA Lower is to come and visit: you are always welcome. Please phone or email our office to book an appointment to look around and to meet a senior member of staff. In the meantime we hope the website will give a good illustration of all that we have to offer and show you what has been going on in school.


Type of school Church of England (VA)
Age range 4-9
Location Sutton, Bedfordshire
Budget Balanced

Management structure 

(Senior Leadership Team)

Head Teacher, Senior Teacher,

School Manager

Number of teaching staff 6
Number of children on roll 63
Average class size 15
Attendance 97.7%
% of children in receipt of Pupil Premium  0%
% of children in receipt of FSM 0.63%
% of children with EHCP 1.26%
Latest Ofsted report Outstanding Click here to read full report
Latest SIAMS report Outstanding Click here to read full report