Laneshaw Bridge Primary School is situated in a beautiful village in Pendle. We have been rated outstanding by Ofsted and operate in one of the newest purpose built primary settings in the area. We aspire to develop ambitious, confident children with unrivalled knowledge and skills to achieve their dreams. A place where lasting memories are created; friendships are fostered and a life-long love of learning is ignited. We believe in putting the child at the very heart of everything we do. Our aim is that our curriculum provides opportunities to be creative, broad and varied so that all children can achieve their best and are motivated to continue their learning beyond their years at. Our teaching methods are evidence based, giving each child the tools needed to become the very best version of themselves.
We strive to build strong and purposeful relationships with all of our families and operate an “open door” policy and welcome any feedback or comments that you may have. We value the support that families provide us, as this enables us to work in partnership for the benefit of the children.
Our website has been designed to provide visitors with a wealth of information, however, a visit in person is the best way of getting a real and truer sense of our outstanding school. We welcome you to talk with our staff and pupils and find out just how outstanding we are.
Hartley class had a visit from the firefighters today. We found out about how they help people. We all got to sit inside the engine and use the hose https://t.co/5K8gWAqhNw
Brontë class have been sharing their earthquake and volcano projects https://t.co/aS5VKlSEFt
It’s new book day in Farah Class! In our reading lessons, we will be starting this classic from author Dick King-Smith! https://t.co/HcGipMU8iH
Farah Class loved celebrating Chinese New Year with a lion dance, fireworks and drumming! https://t.co/BC88p8BAu5
Year 4, Hawking class are celebrating the lunar new year by learning about dragon dances. https://t.co/KVTbFVf9Ew
To celebrate the lunar new year, year 3 and year 4 performed a dragon dance in our assembly. https://t.co/MQ8cvAgJdp
Bronte did some excellent book sharing during buddy reading time with Nightingale, this afternoon. https://t.co/TL9blRdgd6
Nightingale have been planning and writing algorithms to direct the bee bots from a start point to an end point. https://t.co/2VdbqE9E2I
Nightingale have been playing percussion instruments to perform the pulse and rhythm alongside different pieces of music. https://t.co/NlREOpe1YQ
KS2 children enjoyed taking part in UV dance yesterday at Pendle Vale. #ambition #respect #collaboration https://t.co/PRh39Oc7g6
There is a power cut at school. Please arrange to collect your child before 3:30pm. Unfortunately we are unable to offer after school club today.
Hartley class helped Zog to fine all his missing stars. They were hiding everywhere along our welly walk https://t.co/phWVaGZnYe