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World Book Day


Thursday 6th March is World Book Day and Longview Primary will be celebrating it in style!

World Book Day is an annual celebration designed by UNESCO . School’s and libraries throughout more than 100 countries celebrate authors, illustrators, storytellers and above all else, reading.

World book day aims to show children the great pleasure that can be found in reading and tries to encourage them to read more often. This will be done through a range of activities with a reading based focus.

Longview’s pupils will also be celebrating the event’s 17th anniversary by dressing up as some of their favourite book characters. Each class has a  theme and with stories such as Harry Potter, Where’s Wally? and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, it’s bound to produce some fantastically fun results! (pictures will follow soon)


For more information about World Book Day, please click here.


Anti-Bullying Week

This week is National Anti-Bullying Week

Anti Bully

Here at Longview we implement a zero-tolerance attitude toward bullying of any sort throughout our school. During this week our pupils will learn more about the issues surrounding bullying and how to seek help should they or somebody they know suffer any bullying. This will be incorporated into lessons whenever possible and children will take part in various activities to increase awareness of this sensitive issue.

For any extra information click here to be directed to Anti-Bullying Week’s website.

Happy Birthday Longview


Today is Longview Community Primary School’s 75th birthday!

People have come and gone over the years but the memories will last a lifetime. What is your favourite memory of Longview?

Happy birthday Longview!

Children, staff and governors

Longview Community Primary School


For generations Longview School has held its doors open for those seeking a high quality education. Today, Longview School is no different. We strive to teach children skills for life through exciting, stimulating and inclusive teaching. We believe that every child can do extraordinary things and we endeavour to help them discover their skills and reach their true potential. As well as providing a quality education, the staff at Longview wishes to guide each and every child down the path of becoming a respectful, valuable member of not just our school community, but society at large. This strong sense of community paired with a high-quality, valuable education is what makes Longview Community Primary School a fantastic place to learn.

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Mrs Cathryn Antwis, Governors, Staff and Children of Longview Community Primary School.