Our school mission statement and Christian values of Belief, Fellowship and Harmony permeate all that we do.

Mission Statement: We aim to provide the highest standards of teaching and learning for all of our children to enable them to gain the maximum from their education, within a caring and positive environment driven by a strong Christian ethos.

Ofsted graded the school outstanding in November 2011.
Ofsted said, ‘This is an outstanding school. Pupils are very happy, work hard and achieve exceptionally well to attain high standards. Staff provide outstanding care and support and they work exceptionally well with parents and other organisations and partners to support pupils’ learning and personal development. Pupils, all staff including the first rate school leaders and governors, the parents and the local community are justifiably proud of their school and they work together as an outstanding team who strive constantly for excellence.’ 

‘This is a wonderful school. Our children thoroughly enjoy every day and are challenged to achieve standards beyond our expectations.’

Salisbury Diocese inspected the school during November 2016 and stated,
‘The school makes it clear that each child is special and valued. There is a real depth of trust and respect between children and staff. Children know that members of staff want them to be successful and listen to ideas to shape their learning. The quality of behaviour is high and this is supported by views received from the community.’ 

‘A range of provision is in place that meets a diverse range of needs to support children’s emotional, social skills and well-being. The school is active in establishing good relationships with parents and is seen by them to go beyond expectations to support their children. The school prides itself on the academic progress and attainment children make.’

 Please click on the hyperlinks below to be taken to the full copy of both Ofsted and SIAMs inspection reports.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate in contacting
Mrs Lawrence or Mrs Rose in the School Office
01929 400330


from the Headteacher

Mrs Sharon Buckland is the Headteacher of Lulworth and Winfrith Primary School and has been in post since September 2007. 

Sadly Mrs Buckland will be retiring at the end of July 2017. After 10 years of committed service, managing change and driving excellent standards in school, she will rest a while and enjoy time with her family.

The Governors appointed Mr Richard Skinner who will join the school in September 2017.

Mr Skinner has written a brief statement which can be read  here.