Limpsfield CE Infant School
Cheryl Hudson is the headteacher at Limpsfield Church of England Infant School, a small village school, situated within the National Trust’s Surrey Hills at the foot of the North Downs. Cheryl is the school’s designated teacher for children in care and designated safeguarding lead.
Upon commencing her headship in lieu of previous headteacher Jenny Baird, Cheryl took over a school that was judged to be “outstanding” in both of its most recent Ofsted and SIAMS inspections, which occurred in 2013 and 2017, respectively.
To establish a pathway for the school to continue to be successful and retain its “outstanding” status, Cheryl has instilled progressive and forward-thinking attitudes throughout her tenure. This approach has seen the school earn the Primary Science Quality Mark Outreach, earn recognition from the Royal Society of Chemistry, and establish a Forest School site in the local National Trust woodland.
To help the school embrace sustainability as part of its future, Cheryl ensures the school maintains its commitments to the Less CO2 and Let’s Go Zero 2030 projects, which explores how children and the wider school community can integrate sustainability into their daily lives.
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