Infant and Junior School buildings stand on land once owned
by the Carrington family, after whom the schools are named.
The school site, originally a cherry orchard, is in a delightful
rural setting on the edge of the village. The co-educational
primary school accepts children from 7 to 11 years old, serving
the area west of Flackwell Heath.
School holds an Investor in People award, which is
a national standard, recognising the School's continual
commitment to train and develop all employees to the highest
possible level. The School was the first small junior school
in the Wycombe area to become an Investor in People
and is very proud of its achievement to reach the national
standard in order to gain and maintain this prestigious
with the Governing Body's mission statement, the School
aims to provide a modern relevant education set firmly in
the mainstream of good educational practice, ensuring a
happy, secure, positive, stimulating environment in which
each individual achieves his or her full potential. Extra-curricular
activities extend the curriculum and flourish particularly
in the sports and music arenas.
school has spacious buildings which accommodate separate
classrooms and a variety of resources. Radiating out from
the main hall, which is used for assemblies, drama, P.E.,
etc., are home economics facilities, a music room and a
computer suite. A separate multi-purpose room, which is
also used for dining, learner swimming pool and playing
fields are features of the sight. The large, well-stocked
library is an attractive area which is open to the children
for private research and to change books. The School also
has access to the Village Library with designated times
for sole use.