Welcome to Ladysmith Federation.
Ladysmith Federation is made up of Ladysmith Infant and Nursery School and Ladysmith Junior School. Both schools retain their own Headteacher but have one Governing Body. We are a diverse Federation with children and families from all around the world. The schools work closely together to achieve the best outcomes for all the children and families that are part of our community and our partnership with parents is of the upmost importance to us.
We are set in established grounds, with the Infant School having a very well equipped outdoor and forest school area. The Junior School benefits from a large playing field which is also used by local community groups.
We teach the children to respect people’s different beliefs, faiths and persuasions, and to take an active part in the life of the community. We help them to develop clear values and principles and to live by them. We want them to live without fear and insecurity, and to be happy.
At Ladysmith Federation, children are encouraged to respond to learning experiences with enjoyment, purpose and vitality. We are constantly developing and enriching our curriculum to suit an ever changing world and the needs of our children.
This website can only provide a snapshot of what life is like at the Ladysmith Schools and is no substitute for a visit. We warmly encourage visits to both schools and appointments can be made through the school offices.
Streetsurfing club was a huge hit on Monday! @premsport
We're looking forward to seeing you all bright and early tomorrow morning for the start of another exciting year at Ladysmith!
Check out ITV news at 6.30pm on Friday for a feature on primary school leavers
@LadysmithFed Another great show. What a way to wave goodbye to Year 6 and the school hall. Good luck to the Curry Bean and all who sailed!
Everything is set for another fantastic summer fair after school today. Come along between 3.30pm and 7pm.
Year 5 had a great time playing arrow tag today! Thanks @premsport
Thank you to the Y2 school council reps who came to judge the Junior School's Extreme Reading competition entries 📖
Great effort from year 5 raising money for Chris Holland who lost his van and storytelling resources in a fire
Amazing effort from all 19 teams (79 children!) who completed the Exe Valley Challenge today at @IscaExeter