It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to our School website. Alford Primary School is a busy and thriving School where 'a love of learning' is truly evident from the moment you step through the door. Life in our lovely School is amazingly diverse and busy. Our curriculum aims to excite, challenge and support every child, to find strengths and to build aspirations. Every day you will find something exciting going on. Our pupils tell us that they love School and they enjoy learning, that their teachers have time for them and that they are well cared for.

We hope that our website is useful and informative and we hope that what you see here will inspire you to visit us and see for yourself Alford's wonderful, nurturing environment.

We are always looking to add new things to the site, so keep coming back to see what we have added. If you think of something we should include please let us know.

For key information about our School along with copies of our statutory documents please click here.

Mrs Debbie Forster


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Joining Alford Primary School

Is your child due to join our Reception classes in September? At Alford Primary School we work extremely closely with our local pre schools and are committed to doing everything we can to ensure that children settle into their new surroundings as easily and happily as possible.

Play the video below to enjoy our special 'All About School' book featuring our transition puppet Louis and his friends!


If you would like your child to attend our School please click here to read our Admissions Policy. Please note that all admissions are administered by the Lincolnshire County Council admissions service.

Please download an application form at www.lincolnshire.gov.uk/schooladmissions or call 01522 782030

Our SchoolCouncil

Our School Council plays an important active role in the School. It is made up of representatives from each year group from Years 1 to 6.

Our councillors have an extremely important job in representing the views of all pupils on all aspects of School life.

Children in the School Council meet regularly with Mrs Simpson, our Assistant Head, and decisions are communicated back to staff at staff meetings and to Governors during committee meetings and full Governing Body meetings.


Most recently our School Council have:

  • Organised fundraising events - our most recent was our Sports Relief day which raised over £200!

    Supported the recruitment process by taking part in School Council interviews for prospective candidates.

    Worked with our Healthy Schools' lead teacher to liaise with our secondary School to decide canteen themed days to encourage healthy eating and an enjoyment of sharing food together.

    Collated information from our School questionnaire to support our School Improvement process.