South Baddesley CE Primary School can be found 2 miles east of Lymington. The school was founded in 1854 and occupied the small red building that still exists. As the school has grown; new buildings have been added to the original site and now provides excellent facilities to the pupils. There are currently 120 pupils on roll at South Baddesley.
Pupils come to the school from the local areas of South Baddesley, Walhmapton, Norleywood, East End, Portmore, East Boldre and Lymington. The school has strong links with St, Mary’s Church, working closely with members of the parish to provide spiritual and moral guidance for the pupils. Good links with the community help to retain the school’s village ethos.
South Baddesley School is organised into four mixed-age classes. The combination of older and younger children in each class helps the children to flourish socially and emotionally. There are four class teachers, as well as a number of adults working within each class and across the school. Pupil’s academic needs are met through the planning of the curriculum and our experienced teams supporting each class. The expertise of additional adults helps to provide a rich experience for the pupils.