About Eastfield 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.

We are a unique school as are on of the only few Infant & Nursery Schools in Lincolnshire. This means our education is specifically tailored for the early years and children starting our on their school journey. 

Caring, Sharing and Learning Together

Our school motto is Caring, Sharing and Learning Together, and it is evident throughout the school that staff know the pupils and their families very well. Relationships between our children, our parents and school staff are extremely positive. We have an open door policy where everyone is welcome and at all times.

Aims & Values

Our school provides a stimulating and caring environment in which children can succeed. We establish secure and sensitive relationships so that children enjoy school, feel confident, have high self-esteem and are well motivated. We encourage high standards of behaviour and mutual respect. Our children learn to become tolerant, to share and to develop the values of justice, fairness and kindness.

We are committed to close liaison with parents. Our teachers and parents work in partnership supporting and guiding a child’s learning and independence. 

Educational Aims

All children have the right to a broad and balanced curriculum. Through a wide range of experiences and activities we aim to:

  • Develop children’s self-esteem, confidence and independence in a secure and stimulating environment.
  • Develop enquiring minds, with the ability to question, debate and think rationally and independently.
  • Enable children to read, write and communicate effectively.
  • Enable children to use mathematics confidently and competently.
  • Develop children’s physical abilities and skills.
  • Promote children’s respect for spiritual, cultural and moral values, appreciation of religion and ways of life different from their own.
  • Help children to understand the world in which we live and the ways we can work together.
  • Help children to appreciate their own unique role and value to the school.
  • Develop awareness that school can be enjoyable and stimulating place.
  • Develop children’s ability to observe closely, be creative and develop aesthetic appreciation.

What people say about our school

In a recent parental survey, these were some of the responses:

"I think all you do is enough, keep up the good work"

"Very happy with everything"

"I'm very happy with all the school has to offer and the support they give"

"I love the school and how it operates, at present I wouldn't change a thing. I would and do highly recommend this school to all I come into contact with"