About Stondon Lower School
Stondon Lower School is a Central Bedfordshire Local Authority School. Responsibility for its management is delegated to sixteen governors, all of whom have a direct interest in education and links with the local community.
Our school is situated in the village of Lower Stondon. Whilst the school was extended in the 1950s, 1960s and 2011, the original school, complete with school house and bell was built in 1861. Most of the school's children live in the village of Stondon, however, children also attend from neighbouring villages.
A large number of our children transfer from Stondon Stompers Pre-school. They progress to Robert Bloomfield Academy or Henlow Church of England Academy school and, from there, Samuel Whitbread Upper School.
We are a VALUES school which means we teach and model the values we believe we all need. Please support our values programme by always modelling the values to your child.