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Thank you to everyone who came along to the Summer Fayre this evening. We will let you know how much the PTA raised ASAP.

We care very much for each individual child, and work hard to ensure that all children reach their full potential in every area of their development: intellectual, emotional, social, moral, spiritual and creative.

Thank you for visiting our website, which I hope you will find both informative and enjoyable.

The Littlehampton Academy is a mixed gender academy, sponsored by Woodard Schools and West Sussex County Council, in Littlehampton, West Sussex, England, which opened in September 2009. The academy replaced The Littlehampton Community School, which closed in August 2009.[2]

We are hoping to go ahead with sports day but will check the field in the morning. A decision will be made by 8:15am and parents informed.

If you have a child due to start school in September 2017 and would like to visit us, please contact the school office to book your place on one of our ‘Open Days’, which will be held on November 3rd, 8th and 9th.

'Georgian Gardens is a happy welcoming community, in a calm and orderly environment. Staff and pupils are respectful and courteous towards each other.'

Louise Goldsmith, Leader of West Sussex County Council, said: “We welcome the news that Schoolsworks Community Primary Littlehampton has been successful in its bid to develop a new primary school for the north of Littlehampton.

On its opening, the academy inherited a range of old and modern buildings previously accommodating the predecessor Littlehampton Community School. Plans were submitted to West Sussex County Council in August 2010 for the demolition of most of the existing buildings, to be replaced with an academy building with a capacity of 1,900 students.[8] The application received planning permission from the council on 2 November 2010.

Schoolsworks already runs four academy schools in West Sussex - River Beach Primary School (Littlehampton), Edward Bryant Primary School (Bognor Regis), Rose Green Junior School (Bognor Regis) and Rustington Community Primary School.

What a wonderful week – exhausting but well worth it! All the boys in KS3 were offered the opportunity to have three days and two nights residential trip with loads of sporting activities and fun. The  GCSE PE students in Year 10 were also lucky enough to go along as […]

“We believe free schools are a positive way of meeting the predicted rise in demand for school places and are hopeful that further free schools will be approved in the future.”

Whytemead Primary School is a small friendly community where each child, regardless of their ability or background, really does matter to us. Our philosophy of placing our values; creativity, achievement, citizenship and healthy living at the heart of the curriculum ensures the children's education is not just about academic achievement but also concerned with nurturing creativity, personal development, responsibility and inquiring minds.

“In the last 12 months, work has been taking place to expand the current school provision in Littlehampton and we had identified a future need for primary school places in the region. So we are pleased to learn that this need will be met by the Department for Education through this new free school.

  ‘Today over 440 people will die of Heart Disease!’ I have been busy planning a Fund Raislng Day for the British Heart  Foundation  it will include:  a Mufti Day ‘Wear something  Red” for a £1, an Art Competition and Bleep Test Competition  and Cake Sale. Last time we raised […]

Phew! It is sunny and the field is okay. Sports day will be going ahead today!

Welcome to Summerlea Community Primary School On behalf of the governors, staff and children, may I welcome you to our wonderful school. This website aims to give you helpful information about our a...

Please remember that we have now gone paperless! To make sure that you are able to receive all the letters for your child, please sign up to School Gateway here.

Strike action is being taken by members of the National Union of Teachers on Tuesday 5th July. On this occasion GG WILL BE OPEN as usual

Full term dates for next year can be found here. 

We are very proud of our school; pupils, staff and governors will offer you a very warm welcome when you visit us.

Open days for Reception children starting in Sept 2017:Wed 12th Oct 9:30-11:00am and Thurs 17th Nov 1:45-3:15pm.Come along and have a look!

Welcome to River Beach Primary. We are very proud of our school where our main aim is to give “Every Child, Every Chance, Every Day”. This means many things but most especially that we work very hard to give all of our pupils the best possible education every day.

Children learn best when they are happy and feel valued and at Whytemead we try to ensure all children achieve their potential in a supportive, caring but challenging environment. We value all children and work with parents to ensure each child's needs are met effectively.

We are very proud of our school, the staff and the students and we would like to share our Ofsted report with you all. The latest inspection found that Cornfield was good in every category and went on to make some important statements about us.. Pupils feel safe, secure and […]

Over 300 free schools have opened across the country since 2010. There are currently two in West Sussex – The Gatwick School and Chichester Free School.

The latest minutes from School Council can now be read here.

Open Day on Thursday 20th October 2016 - 9.30am, 1.30pm & 6pm


A huge well done to the Eco team! We have been awarded the green flag status again which is a massive achievement.

We are delighted to be able to share the letter from Ofsted concerning our recent visit. We are very pleased with the outcome and invite you to read it for yourselves here.

Construction of the new buildings commenced in December 2010, and lasted for 18 months. Construction of the new building took place on what had been school fields. The new building was completed on time in June 2012, with students moving in at the start of the 2012/13 academic year in September 2012. This move was followed by the demolition of the now derelict buildings that had been vacated, followed by landscaping.[9]

Check out all the latest news on our blog, the White Meadows Warbler.

The new school, proposed by Schoolsworks, a multi-academy trust based in West Sussex, is due to open in September 2018, or sooner.

Well done team GG! We came 4th overall in the area athletics event in Worthing this evening. The children did the school proud!

Our dedicated staff and governors work tirelessly to provide a calm, caring and nurturing environment, in which children feel welcome and secure. We believe that an environment such as this will develop confidence and ambition in our pupils enabling them to take a purposeful place in our community.

Schoolsworks Community Primary, a new primary school for the north of Littlehampton, was announced last week by the then Prime Minister, David Cameron, in one of his last acts in office.

A proposal for a new Free School to open in Littlehampton has been welcomed by West Sussex County Council.

Our children will be on Spirit FM for their 'small talk' feature at 7:45am and 3:45pm every day next week!

Jake’s organising another fun day – this time to combine with the school Christmas lunch! The lunch includes Roast turkey Pigs in blankets or Cranberry and lentil roast Sage and onion stuffing Roast potatoes, roast parsnips Peas, carrots and sprouts Cranberry sauce and gravy Followed by Chocolate Christmas Tree Star […]