At Lyndhurst School, we value the importance of developing strong links between the school and the local community. Through visits, assemblies, concerts and special events, we involve our children in the local community so that they learn how to participate in a practical way in the life and concerns of their neighbourhood and communities.
Working with parents, local residents, churches, the business community, public services and voluntary services teaches the children to become active citizens.
Lyndhurst School is not a building in isolation but is situated within the community of Camberley which many of the children live in. It is important that the school, its children and staff contribute as much as they can and play a part in the local community.
Being part of a community does not stop at a local level. The children are encouraged to be aware of their national and global community and the part they play in it. Through our assemblies and our curriculum, the children learn about what is happening in the world and how they can be a part of this. Our children often support local, national and international charities and these efforts are recognised and celebrated in our whole school celebration assemblies.