Our recent Ofsted inspection agreed with us that we are a good school in all areas!
In March 2014 we achieved another good grade from Ofsted, which is a great tribute to the hard work and dedication of all our families, pupils, staff and friends.
Every family has received a paper copy of our good report, but please download a copy from our Key Information page. You can now view the report on Ofsted’s website.
THANK YOU EVERYONE!!
It is the duty and privilege of our school to safeguard and promote the welfare of all our children and we expect any visitors to our school or this website to support us in these aims.
The achievement of your children is: Good
The quality of teaching in your school is: Good
The behaviour & safety of your children in your school is: Good
The leadership and management of your school is: Good
The staff, Governors and friends are all so very proud of your school and the whole school family that we could burst!
The report gives us some advice on how we can improve even further and we thank Ofsted for that. We will continue to keep you updated about our progress but I have included below a few of the comments that you will read in the report.
We are a very busy and friendly school, with lots going on. This website aims to give you a taster of the school, as well as providing regular updated information for both parents and pupils. We hope that you enjoy your visit to our website, and that you find any information you are looking for. Please feel free to leave comments on the comments page, or contact the school.
At Lawrence we aim to foster a caring, sharing environment where a total commitment to equality and opportunities permeates the whole curriculum.
Every member of our school community, pupils, parents, staff, governors and friends are welcome, valued and respected regardless of race, gender or disability.
We aim to provide a secure, happy and stimulating learning environment in which the talents and abilities of our children are recognised and nurtured. Everyone within our school are given opportunities to achieve their full potential in all aspects of intellectual, spiritual, moral, social and physical development.
Our school proudly takes its place in our local community and we establish strong links between our children and their families and friends promoting attitudes of mutual respect and responsibility.
Thank you for visiting!
Parents: are you worried about how to keep your children safe when they are using social media? (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, etc)?
This website will give you ideas on how to support them.
Monday 28th October, our children had a visit from foodbank supporting families in our local area.
Our pupils, families and staff will be supporting food bank over the winter period by collecting tins and dry goods that can be used for those who need it most.there to help families who may be experiencing short term difficulties making sure that they have enough food for their families.
CAN YOU HELP US HELP foodbank OVER THIS DIFFICULT TIME OF YEAR
During the last week of October 2013, 25 children from Year 5 and Year 6 and 5 members of staff went to Colomendy, Kingswood Activty Centre in North Wales.
We had a great time, climbing trees, abseiling, Archery, jumping off massive poles (the Leap Of Faith!!), lighting fires and generally getting soaking wet.
We have included some photos of us enjoying ourselves and taking part in team building and confidence building activities.
We have already booked to go again next year, and we are going to go to Crosby Hall Educational trust in the Spring. Why not ask if you can come along and join us.
It looks like children in Year 4 are having fun on world book day!
On Friday 14th of march we had world book day.
We had fun. It was great because we had a movie.
We got out books and we changed in to our home clothes.
Here is a boy dressed as Michael Jackson. He is wearing a fedora and sun glasses to look like him even more. After that they watched a movie called Wreck It Ralph
THIS IS MY CLASS 3P.
I WAS AT THE BACK.
OUR TEACHER IS MISS PEOPLES.
Look at all the children dressing up for world book day. This is class 5b and I know that because I am in it wearing the butterfly shirt at the end.
The thing about it is you get to bring books, read and dress up in your own clothes. So start loving it now – what are you waiting for?