On behalf of the staff, governors and children I would like to welcome you to Marlborough Infant School. Our school also has a Year 3. We hope that you find our school website informative and fun, giving a strong insight into what we offer as a school community. As the smallest school within the Aldershot cluster of schools, our school offers children and families an ethos, atmosphere and environment that is highly nurturing, caring, personal and close knit, with a highly regarded community and family feel to it, whilst being successful in innovative approaches to teaching and learning, and school development.
Marlborough Infant School has been providing education in Aldershot for over 120 years, offering a small school feel and community, with 5 classes across the school and approximately 110 pupils on roll, successfully supporting and developing pupils' personal development and welfare. Pupils at Marlborough understand what it is to be respectful and take pride in their work, the school providing a calm and purposeful place to learn. Personal development, behaviour and welfare across the school are key strengths that the school community are now building upon to ensure that every pupil benefits from a 'good' quality of education.
The children are a real credit to the school, at the heart of what the school is striving to achieve. The staff, governors, and community are committed to achieving the school's vision and values, working successfully with other schools in the Aldershot cluster to keep driving improvements forward.
Whether you are an existing parent, or a new parent to the community, looking to enrol your child in our school, please contact the school office to arrange a time to come and have a look around so that you can see first hand what we are all about at Marlborough, and why we are so proud of our school community.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the school office directly.
Mr David England
Interim Head Teacher
'Marlborough Infant School and Hampshire County Council are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.'