Here at Lyndhurst School, we believe in a truly all-round education focusing on ambitious goals for personal development and academic excellence. Throughout the school, from our youngest pupils in Little Lyndhurst through to our senior pupils, we promote a spiritual and moral awareness in our pupils based on the values of respect, good manners, empathy and kindness; developing a sense of service to the school community and beyond.
Our pupils take part in many charitable and community events during the school year. Focusing both on supporting national and international causes: for example, wearing Jeans for Genes and fundraising to support the work of the NSPCC, and work in the local community, including Carol singing at local care homes and donating Harvest Festival produce to BESOM, a charity which supports families in need in our area.
Some of the most popular fund-raising occasions have been those organized by the children themselves, our Year 6 pupils take part in Enterprise Week where they design, make and run fundraising activities for the younger pupils to enjoy.
Thanks to the generosity and commitment of Lyndhurst School’s parents, staff and children, we have supported the important work of many charities over the last few years including: Jeans for Genes, The Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal, Children in Need, Besom, CLIC Sargent, NSPCC, Red Nose Day, Harper Asprey Wildlife Rescue Centre and Sport Relief.