LOCKERLEY Church of England Primary School is a small village school nestled in the heart of a rural community.

With just 97 pupils, the school is committed to ensuring pupils receive a high quality education.

Lockerley Church of England Primary School says everything it does is built upon its three core Christian values of love, courage and respect.

There are many opportunities for pupils to get involved with learning, from after school clubs to lunch time clubs and more.

The school have a club called “Forest School” in which they build things such as spears and firepits.

Teachers say this is a favourite among Lockerley school pupils.

One house captain, year six pupil, George Coomer said: “It is a nice small school with a big community.

“Everyone is really nice and I look forward to going to school every day.”

Another house captain, year five Imogen Sopowski-Scott said: “Our lessons are really fun, my favourite is maths which most people would disagree with.”

Year five pupil, Emmie Shepherd said: “I think it is a great place to be and it is the best place to learn.”

Lockerley is celebrating its 150th anniversary next year.

It will open a new garden alongside the anniversary, which will include a new, large pond area with seating.

Headteacher, Katy Kwiatek, said a lot of children asked for a quiet area to reflect.

Lockerley C of E school is located on Butts Green, Lockerley.