Little Munden C of E (VC) Primary School

Church Lane, Dane End, Near Ware, Herts SG12 0NR Tel: 01920 438271

Little Munden C of E (VC) Primary School

Church Lane, Dane End, Near Ware, Herts SG12 0NR Tel: 01920 438271

  • Little Munden Primary School

    Set on a hilltop in rural East Hertfordshire, this small village school welcomes pupils from surrounding villages and hamlets as well as larger villages and towns.

    Easily accessible from Stevenage, Hertford and Ware, and close to Watton at Stone and Bengeo, we offer something special to families who prefer the small village school experience, and an alternative for those who are faced with oversubscribed local schools.

  • Big on Learning

    "This is a good school... Achievement is good."

    "Teachers are highly dedicated to their pupils; they model enthusiasm for learning and share a strong rapport with them. Because of their teachers' good example, pupils are motivated to work hard and try their best."

    Ofsted February 2014

  • Learning and developing

    Knowing each child, caring for each child, developing each child.

    They say that it takes a village to raise a child. We aim to offer that village to each of our pupils.

    Caring teachers work with each child tailoring work to their individual ability within an exciting Creative Curriculum

    "Teachers make learning enjoyable so pupils readily come to school. Attendance is, therefore, consistently above average"

    Ofsted February 2014

  • Big on Sport

    Sport in primary school is so vital in setting children off on the right foot for a healthy exercise filled lifestyle.

    Teamwork, Leadership, Group Cohesion, Discipline, Self confidence/Self-belief, Striving for Success/Improvement, Goal Setting, are just some of the values that sport at Little Munden Primary School provides.

    Athletics, Football, Netball, Gymnastics and Ballet are but a few of the sporting activities that children participate in.


  • Old meeting new

    A school steeped in history, but also offering the very latest technology and facilities for your child's learning and development. 


    The school was founded in 1819 at All Saints Church in Little Munden by the Reverend J P Reynolds, who served as rector from 1819 - 1831.


    The School was designated as a Grade II listed building by English Heritage in 1984 as an early example of a parish school.

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New story sacks for Acorn Class
Monday, 18 May 2015
We would like to say a massive thank you to FoLM for purchasing eight new ‘Storysacks’ for Acorn class. You may have seen these new sacks coming home already or your older child may remember these...
School council meeting
Tuesday, 12 May 2015
We've changed the format of the school council that now allows all the children to express a view on issues that are important to them. A meeting was held on the 1st April. Ella and Sophia produced a...
KNex challenge
Wednesday, 29 April 2015
Oak Class had an amazing morning designing Mars rovers using K'Nex. They had to plan their designs, create them, and then explain them to the rest of the class as well as our visiting scientist,...
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Newsletter 15th May 2015
Monday, 18 May 2015
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