Lord Street, Colne, Lancashire BB8 9AR



Lord Street Primary School

Learning to be the best we can be.

Welcome to Lord Street Primary School - Here you will find all the latest news and information regarding our school!

We enable and encourage children to aspire and dream! We develop children’s self-belief and confidence!  

We equip children with the skills, knowledge and attitudes they will need to  take their place in the wider world!

Keep up to date with the latest school news and events, all through your smartphone or tablet.

Please have a look at this video which shows you how to use our new online learning platform during lockdown. If there are any problems, please class dojo their class teacher.

 School Closure January 5th 2021


Dear Parents/Guardians,


Urgent Update

The Government closed all Primary Schools on 4th January  in response to the national lockdown. The messages are stark, the outbreak is dangerous and we must take the lockdown seriously. We should stay at home to reduce the risk of transmission of the deadly disease.


We must do everything we can to keep each other safe.


This means that if you are a critical worker you should consider the need for a school place very carefully. This is the governments guidance:


"Children with at least one parent or carer who is a critical worker can go to school or college if required, but parents and carers should keep their children at home if they can."


If you are at home or your partner is then you must think about the safety of your child and all those others in school. If at all possible they should be at home. 


We are asking for evidence that you are a critical worker. An ID badge, letter from your employer or pay slip emailed as a photo is fine. I think given the serious situation you will see why we are asking for this.

If you have not provided this yet then we must have it by  5 pm Monday 11th January or you risk not being given a school place.


For all children at home we have 3 - 4 hours of remote learning each day using the packs we sent out and class dojo. There is a daily  zoom meetings which we expect you to join so that we can check in with children on their days learning.


You must engage with this. If you are struggling  then please contact us. It may be that we can lend a laptop to you and possibly support with internet access. or deliver work packs to you.


The link below will take you to the school information about the impact of coronavirus on school  operation. Tomorrow we will upload the simple document on the control measure we are using to keep the school as safe as possible  alongside our risk assessment. .


Again please think carefully about the need for a school place. It should not just be about convenience. We must keep our community safe by reducing numbers in school.


These are challenging times but there is light at the end of the tunnel with the vaccine roll out. I wish the very best to all our families and hope you all stay safe and well.


Duncan Hetherington

Head Teacher


Critical Workers' Information

 Critical workers and vulnerable children who can access schools or educational settings

If you are a critical worker and have not requested a school place you will need to contact school  on enquiries@lordstreet.lancs.sch.uk

Obviously any new requests will have to be carefully considered in the light of staffing levels in school. 

Information about the school closure can be found  following this link:

COVID IMPACT - School Information

We provide the highest standard of education!        We provide a safe learning environment!        We make learning inspirational and fun, giving our children a love of learning!    


Here you will find the Virtual Tour of Lord Street! Click on the video to look round our amazing school!

We encourage children to question and take risks!        We develop perseverance and resilience!!!

Please be aware of the new timings and arrangements:

The school gates will open at 8:45am with them closing at 8:55am.

KS1 and 2 children will be collected from the playground at 3:30pm.

Years 1,2 and 6 from the top entrance and years 3, 4 and 5 from the bottom entrance.

EYFS timings will remain the same. 

We individualise learning!            We help children develop effective social skills which will help them to become 21st Century learners!

 Letter re collection 15 Sept 2020.pdfDownload
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