About Our School

A Church of England Infant School was first established in Marlow around 1864 with the first purpose built building for this school being erected in St Peter's Street in 1869. After outgrowing various church premises in Marlow the Infant School moved to modern, purpose built premises in Sandygate Road in 1976.

The school has continued to develop and grow over the years and now caters for 180 children. In 2008 we added 2 new classrooms and made some major changes to the layout and use of the space within school. We have wonderful grounds which enable us to provide a superb outdoor education for the children and over the past year we have added to our outdoor learning environment with outdoor classrooms and a complete overhaul of our 'Wild World' into an immersive and interactive space. We are proud that our school provides our children with a rich and broad curriculum.

In March 2011 Ofsted judged our school to be an Outstanding Infant School for 4 to 7 year olds stating 'Pupils’ outstanding behaviour has a positive impact on their achievement and their high levels of attendance and punctuality are testament to their enthusiasm for learning.'

We have received a number of awards in recognition of our work in different areas of the curriculum. Most recently we achieved the Silver: Rights Aware accreditation under the UNICEF Rights Respecting Schools initiative in June 2019. We were awarded our fourth Green Flag Award in December 2018 in recognition of our work on sustainable schools. Also in December 2018 we were awarded the Primary Science Quality Mark for which we had to show our commitment to excellence in science teaching and learning. We gained an Artsmark Gold Award in May 2012 for the breadth and quality of our work in the arts.  

We were also recognised in the Marlow FM Hidden Gem Awards in September 2014 where we were selected to receive the Watt Next Eco Award in recognition of our work on  Eco-schools projects