Welcome to Lydiard Millicent C of E School


  Welcome to Lydiard Millicent CofE Primary School,

A Church of England Primary School

within the

Diocese of Bristol Academies Trust (DBAT) 

I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to our very special school. This website offers you a snapshot of our school and some of the activities the children encounter on their learning journey with us. Staff, governors, pupils and friends are proud of our school, its Christian ethos, our happy and caring nature and the stimulating environment we provide in a beautiful setting.

If you have an opportunity to visit us you will experience happy, busy children stimulated by creative activities tailored to each child's unique learning style. Excellent state of the art ICT facilities enable teachers to be creative, engage pupils and extend those who have talents beyond the curriculum!

As our children say "Lydiard Millicent school is a happy school and very special". 


PGL Liddington

19.03.18 - 2:15pm

Year 6 have arrived safely at PGL Liddington and are having a tour of the site.  Don't forget that you can access the Year 6 blog via the link on the Class 6 page.

New Website

We are currently developing a new school website! Please let us know if there is something you can't find on our current website. Thank you for your patience.

PARENTMAIL UPDATE: please click HERE to see the letter regarding the new parent mail system. A message has now been sent from Parent mail regarding activating your account.  If you experience problems please let us know when we are back after half term. 




 This term's value is Courage.


 our school values




We always want to hear your views on our school.  Please click HERE for information on Parent View or log onto http://parentview.ofsted.gov.uk at any time of the year to give feedback.



The Diocese of Bristol and Diocese of Bristol Academies Trust is committed to safeguarding, safer recruiting practice and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expect all staff, visitors and volunteers to share this commitment.  You will be expected to report any concerns relating to the safeguarding of children, young people or vulnerable adults in accordance with agreed procedures.  If your own conduct in relation to the safeguarding of children, young people or vulnerable adults gives cause for concern, the DBAT Allegations Management procedure will be followed, alongside implementation of the Disciplinary Procedure as required.




Click HERE to go to our on-line school uniform supplier.



Click HERE to see Race for Life photos




Click HERE to access the Class 4 Braeside Blog






games photofun


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