The children’s safety and wellbeing is absolutely central to life at Latimer. We create a safe environment so that our children can flourish and our curriculum equips them with the tools they need to help them protect themselves into their future. Everybody at Latimer is responsible for the safeguarding and wellbeing of our young people. Safeguarding is part of the culture of the school and as a result our children feel safe and are able to learn.
A full programme of child protection training is delivered to all staff on a 3-year basis. In addition, there is staff refresher training each year and when new staff join Latimer. Latimer follows Leicestershire County Councils lead in protecting our children and is proud to hold the Leicestershire E-Safety Award, which recognises our commitment to protecting our children online.
Our designated safeguarding governor is Mrs Simone Greensmith who brings a significant level of expertise to the role.
Keeping safe and happy is a central theme to our school assemblies which are delivered to the whole school on a Monday and revisited in Key Stage assemblies throughout the week. Children are asked to choose 3 safe people, who they can go to with their concerns and we regularly remind them of this. Children report that they feel safe and happy at Latimer.
Our Simple Truths remind children how to behave, however if there are concerns that unwanted behaviours or bullying is taking place we have a clear procedure for staff to follow to ensure any issues are thoroughly investigated and dealt with promptly. We are proud that our children tell us that if poor behaviour does occur that we deal with it quickly and they feel safe in school.
Our curriculum is designed to promote well-being and pupil welfare. Taking responsibility and safeguarding ourselves is central to our learning. Our PSHE curriculum is extensive and covers a wide range of risks that the children may encounter now and in their future. We work closely with Leicestershire Police, Fire and Rescue services and the NSPCC to reinforce key messages. The children receive regular assemblies on issues such as stranger danger, road safety and firework and Halloween safety. This is then reinforced by visits from our emergency services (including PROTECT) and in year 6 all children attend the warning zone.
Please click on the links below to find out more information about our safeguarding policies.
Head of School: Designated Safeguarding Lead
Executive Head Teacher: Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead
Deputy Head Teacher: Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead
KS1 Lead: Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead
Year 6 Lead: Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead
Office Manager Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead
Please click on the links below to access current versions of school policies.
Local Authority Schools are required to publish annually the number of individuals earning over £100,000. There are no individuals earning over £100,000.
Autumn Term (Term 1)
School Opens To Pupils
Wednesday 25th August 2021
August Bank Holiday
Monday 30th August 2021
Monday 18th to Friday 22nd October 2021
Monday 25th October 2021
Friday 17th December 2021
Spring Term (Term 2)
Tuesday 4th January 2022
Monday 14th to Friday 18th February 2022
Monday 21st February 2022
Friday 8th April 2022
Summer Term (Term 3)
Monday 25th April 2022
May Day Bank Holiday
Monday 2nd May 2022
Monday 30th May to Friday 3rd June 2022
Monday 6th June 2022
Friday 8th July 2022
Monday 23rd and Tuesday 24th August 2021
Friday 31st December 2021
Monday 11th and Tuesday 12th July 2022
We provide a excellent before and after school care for all of our children. The extended schools provision is ran by Latimer staff and provides a calm and happy place for our children. Children enjoy a healthy tea cooked on site and a wide range of different activities as well as additional support for reading and homework.
Breakfast Club opens at 7:30am and provides a healthy breakfast for £3.50. After school club runs until 5:30pm with a hot tea provided at 4:30pm. Children can either stay until 4:15pm for £5 a session or £10 until 6:00pm.
Please click on the link below for information about our uniform policy:
Our school meals are provided by Leicestershire School Food Support service. All children in EYFS and KS1 are entitled to a free universal meal. In KS2 meals cost £2.30 per child. You can choose to have a meal on any day- your child can request one during registration. All meals must be paid for on the school gateway app.
If you are entitled to any of the following benefits you may be entitled to free school meals – please contact Leicestershire County Council on 0116305417
We are a two form entry school which has expanded quickly in recent years to accommodate the ongoing housing developments in Anstey. We have large grounds and new buildings for both our EYFS and Year 6 classes.
Due to the expansion in school places, we currently have spaces in the majority of year groups and always enjoy welcoming new families to Latimer whether to begin your child’s education in our excellent EYFS or to join the school as a mid-term transfer.
We strongly welcome visits to the school to find out more about us. Please do not hesitate to organise this via the school office on email@example.com .
Admissions are arranged by Leicestershire Local Authority and applications should be made via the link below. Please note new to EYFS applications should be made by January 15th.
Latimer Primary School
0116 236 2138
Executive Head Teacher:
Mrs Claire Moran
Head of School:
Mrs Claire Cooke
Deputy Head Teacher:
Mrs Michelle Swarbrook