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Welcome to Lime Tree Primary School

The first primary academy in Reigate and Redhill. We are a brand new two form entry primary school which opened in September 2013, currently located on Alexander Road, Reigate.

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  • Please note our new telephone number is 01737 645836
  • Please note our new telephone number is 01737 645836
CHOOSE TEACHING CHOOSE GLF Want to join us? Please sign up here Are you an experienced Teacher or an NQT? Do you know anyone who is already a teacher and is looking to further his or her career? #ChooseTeachingChooseGLF Teacher Recruitment Fair January 2016 Wednesday 20 January at Chestnut Park Primary School, Croydon, CR7 7JN (1-2.30pm and 4.30-6.30pm) (open for TAs as well as prospective teachers) Schools attending: Chestnut Park Primary School Thursday 21 January at Cordwalles School, Camberley, Surrey, GU14 4DR (4.30 - 6.30pm) Schools attending: Cordwalles Junior School, Springfield Primary School, Hammond Junior School, Lightwater Village School, Pine Ridge & Lorraine Infant Schools Saturday 23 January at Glyn School, Ewell, KT17 1NB (10am - 1pm) Schools attending: Glyn School, Rosebery School, Cuddington Croft Primary School, Danetree School, Lime Tree Primary School, Salfords Primary School Thursday 28 January at Whyteleafe School, Surrey, CR3 OAA (4.30 - 6.30pm) Schools attending: Whyteleafe Primary School, de Stafford School, Hillcroft Primary School, Marden Lodge Primary School, Warlingham Village Primary School, Lime Tree Primary School, Forge Wood Primary School Saturday 30 January at Windmill School, Berkshire, RG41 3DR (10am -1pm) Schools attending: Windmill Primary School, Wheatfield Primary School   GLF Schools aspires to create a group of academies that have a reputation for delivering an outstanding education for all children and students. We will be hosting our teacher recruitment Fairs in January 2016. The event will see our Primary and Secondary Academies represented by members of their senior leadership teams, as well as other schools in the local area. This is a great opportunity to be informally introduced to GLF Schools and is a fantastic chance to discover more about the career opportunities we can offer We will also be offering free seminars (On the Saturday at Glyn) throughout the morning, covering subjects like:    How to make your application stand out from the crowd    Using technology for learning    Interested in being a Lead Practitioner?  Learn about this exiting career pathway    Innovative Behaviour Management   If you want to be involved, please fill out the form by clicking here,  give us a call on 020-8716-4986 or email Choose Teaching Choose GLF Read More
Christmas story heralds a new chapter at Lim... Children brought the first chapter of the school’s history to a close in memorable fashion with their Christmas performances – their last events at the Alexander Road site before the school completes its transition to its new permanent home on Battlebridge Lane in the new year. Lime Tree opened in September 2013 - this autumn a nursery class was added, and plans are already well afoot for the establishment of a secondary school. The nursery and reception classes are already in place at the permanent site, but until now Years One and Two have been at the temporary location. That made their Christmas performance at Alexander Road all the more significant. “They’re all very excited about the move, but it was important that rather than just looking at that, we also made a big deal of Christmas,” said Year One leader Kylie Mitchell. “The show was a traditional nativity, and the children put in lots of hard work learning lines and rehearsing so they could put on as good a display as possible for all the friends and family who came to see them. “They had so much fun putting on the show – we’ve heard them walking round the school practicing their lines, and seen them doing dance moves in the playground!,” Miss Mitchell added.  “You could see that it really mattered to them to put on a good show, and from the comments and feedback I’ve had so far, the audience clearly loved it too." Whilst Years One and Two prepare for the big move, over at Battlebridge Lane, the nursery is already established and it too entered into the Christmas spirit, with its debut seasonal show. “With the nursery being new, everything we have done this term has been an adventure for the children, and at this age there is no adventure more exciting than Christmas,” said nursery teacher Alice Trimmer. “Altogether 40 children, from ages two to four took part, putting on a show for all their friends and family, singing Christmas songs and showcasing what they’ve learned this term, and afterwards parents got to look at their learning journey books and we served them mince pies and Christmas biscuits that the children had made. It was wonderful. This was the perfect way to bring an end to our first term, and also to play a part in the development of Lime Tree School as a whole.” Read More
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