About Eastfields Infants' and Nursery School
Eastfield Infants and Nursery School is sited on the eastern side of Louth and was built in 1866 as Holy Trinity School. There were variations of this name as the school transferred to Lindsey County Council and was re-organised for Infants and Juniors in 1926. The current name of Eastfield Infants and Nursery School was adopted in 1999.
Louth is situated at the eastern edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds, it is a busy market town with a maze of narrow streets and predominantly Georgian and early-Victorian architecture.
In this section
In this section you can find out about:
- the dedicated people who work for so hard for our pupils on our Staff and Governors page
- our aims and values and what Ofsted thought of us on our Values, Policies & Reports page
- how we teach our pupils on our Curriculum page
Ofsted report October 18th-19th 2011
"This is a good school. It has outstanding strengths in the care, guidance and support it provides for all pupils.
Every adult has the best interests of the children in the forefront of their thinking and actions. No stone is left unturned, or avenue not explored, in the school's relentless quest to ensure that every pupil is able to access and benefit from all that the school and it's partners have to offer"
You can find the full Ofsted report on our Values, Policies & Reports page.