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    Lord Street Primary

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    Hello from Mrs Walsh

    Welcome to Lord Street Primary School

    We are a school in the heart of Colne who strive to ensure our pupils receive an excellent educational experience.  Our mission is for our children to leave as well-rounded, confident individuals.  By promoting our school values of Ambition, Respect and Collaboration, we promote a learning environment where our children are happy and safe.  Our role is to shape every child and fill them with ambition and resilience so that they can succeed in later life. 

    Our teaching methods are evidence based, giving each child the tools needed to become the very best version of themselves. We, as a dedicated staff team, aim to Inspire, Include and Innovate each child and thrive on those lightbulb moments, giving them confidence to release their potential. 

    Whilst this website provides a lot of interesting information, it is no substitute for a visit to our school. We welcome you to talk with our pupils and the staff, to walk around our exceptional school, and to get a feeling for what it would be like to be a member of the community at Lord Street Primary School.

    Hayley Walsh

    Headteacher

     

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      20 May 2024

      Student Success! At the weekend Miah-Rose attended a gymnastics competition. She took part in vault and floor, placing 1st in vault and coming 2nd overall in the competition. Well done, we are so proud of you Miah-Rose! https://t.co/0LEMwSxn9B

      20 May 2024

      This afternoon all the classes have spent time learning about the #UNCRC, what it is and why it is vital for them to learn about their rights. They then devised their individual class charters. #ambition #respect #collaboration #article2 https://t.co/CkRvKOy7m5

      17 May 2024

      #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek https://t.co/OVxAYBViVe

      17 May 2024

      Huge congratulations to all our award winning students this week, especially our Year 6 students for showing resilience, enthusiasm for their learning & maturity! Well done everyone #ambition #respect #collaboration #UNCRC #article28 https://t.co/sIwR5TAOfE

      16 May 2024

      A celebratory exit from school for our Year 6 students as they finished their SATs tests today! Well done everyone, the whole school is so proud of you! #ambition #respect #collaboration https://t.co/ONdnj8Z71z

      16 May 2024

      Nice little treat for all our amazing Year 6 students who have worked so hard this week to complete their SATs tests… we’re so very proud of you all & the resilience you have shown! https://t.co/aNgpTQBqqu

      16 May 2024

      Year 3 have utilised our Forest School to find the fun in movement for #mentalhealthawarenessweek! #MomentsForMovement #ambition #respect #collaboration #UNCRC #article31 https://t.co/HXHqsBb4ey

      15 May 2024

      This #WakeUpWednesday, our guide looks at some of the causes of school avoidance and the impact it can have, and provides some helpful tips on how to support children with any challenges they are experiencing Download >> https://t.co/lK4Mj051cx https://t.co/zupe5RgB4n

      15 May 2024

      Year 1 also used their Science learning on senses to help them gather content for their independent writing, linked to the book ‘The Secret of Black Rock’ ✏️ #ambition #respect #collaboration #UNCRC #article29 https://t.co/nLXy7PQTrI

      15 May 2024

      As part of #mentalhealthawarenessweek Year 1 have taken their learning out of the classroom and spent the morning at Forest School They made bug hotels, which ticked off an activity on their pupil passports too! #ambition #respect #collaboration #UNCRC #article31 https://t.co/ia8ab298PL

      14 May 2024

      There is no better time to start a conversation with your child about mental health. Here are some questions you can ask to get the conversation going. #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek https://t.co/7F3iYRFZx4

      13 May 2024

      Our year 3 artists have been creating masterpieces using pointillism. Afterwards they took part in a musical gallery walk and appraised each other’s work #ambition #respect #collaboration #UNCRC #article31 https://t.co/giXN1cdpFz

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    Lord Street Primary School, Lord Street, Colne, Lancashire, BB8 9AR.

    01282 865597