At Greensted Infant School and Nursery we want to ensure that all pupils feel safe and happy in the learning environment. Respect for the individual and the learning environment are at the heart of our school. Success is achieved when every individual feels valued and included in the school community. Our approach is inclusive and applies to all pupils.

"Very pleased with my son's progress at the School.  He enjoys coming to class and

loves school! Thank you" Yr 1 parent 
We recognise that every child is unique and has his or her own educational, emotional and social needs. The school works to meet those needs and develop the child’s full potential.

We encourage pupils to develop and express their own opinions. They have input into making school/class/playground rules and negotiate rewards and sanctions. They vote for pupils to represent them on the School Council.

"A has really grown in confidence in Year 2 and made some great personal achievements" Yr 2 parent 
We are proud that as a school we have worked towards and achieved many nationally recognised awards. Amongst these are the Healthy Schools Award, ActiveMark and the Early Years and Primary Basic Skills Award.

"Thank you so much for a fabulous visit, wonderful staff and bright, hardworking children!  Can't wait to come and visit again" Ruth Galloway - author - Book Week


Greensted Infant School & Nursery

Kirby Road
SS14 1RX

Telephone: 01268 552535

Email: admin@greensted-inf.essex.sch.uk

Headteacher:  Mrs J Farrow

SENCo: Mrs T Lee

Designated Safeguarding Lead: Mrs J Farrow

Mental Health Lead: Mrs J Farrow

Chair of Governors: Mr R Pollington

All of the above can be contacted via the School Office. 

For more information please contact Mrs D Blaydes or Mrs M Brown in the School Office.

Please contact the School Office if you wish to receive a paper copy of any document on our website.  Documents will be provided free of charge.

Greensted Infant School and Nursery is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.



Lee Chapel Primary School, 

The Knares


SS16 5RU

01268 474177



We were delighted that all of our children are now back in School full time. It is lovely to see School full of smiling, happy children again!

School finishes for the summer on Wednesday 21st July 2021. 

Our Year 1 and Year 2 Children will return on Wednesday 1st September 2021.

Should a Bubble need to self-isolate, please click here for information about our Remote Learning Offer. 

If you have any difficulties accessing the Home Learning, please contact the school office immediately.

Please click here to read OFSTED's report 'What's Working Well in Remote Education'. 

In January 2021, we completed a survey with parents on our Home Learning offer.  Please click here to see the outcomes.

Should you be required to self-isolate, please click here to see the current guidance re: self-isolation. 

Please click here to see safety measures in place for Reception, Year 1 and Year 2, and here to see safety measures in place for Nursery. 

Please click here to read the letter regarding face covering on school site.

We ask all parents to read these letters carefully and contact the School if they have any queries or further concerns.

A copy of our whole school Risk Assessment is available from the School Office. 

Please drop off and pick up your child at your allotted time promptly and leave the school site.  The staggered start has been introduced to minimise the number of parents on the playground.

Nursery: 8.45am - 3.30pm

Reception: 8.50am  - 3pm (please wait in the Reception areas)

Year 1: 9.00am - 3.10pm

Year 2: 8.50am - 3pm

Please ensure that you keep your child at your side at all times whilst on school site and maintain your social distance from other children and parents.

If your child or anyone in your household shows symptoms of COVID 19, then the whole household must self-isolate and the person with symptoms should have a test - only the symptomatic person should be tested.  Please phone the Office for the latest advice if this applies to you.  

Click here to read a letter from Public Health England regarding what to do if you or anyone in your household has symptoms.

Click here to read a letter to parents and carers from Clare Kershaw, Director of Education for Essex, regarding restrictions from 17th May 2021. 

Week ending 11th June 2021:

Stars of the Week: Class 1: Taykin & Alyssa, Class 2: Dolcie & Alex-Lee, Class 3: Olivia & Teddy, Class 4: Emmie & Jackson, Class 5: Jude & Frank, Class 6: Belinay & Sophie, Nursery: Isaac

Attendance - week ending 18th June 2021:

Well done to Class 3 - 98.66%

Punctuality - week ending 18th June 2021:

Well done classes  4 & 5! 99.67%