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Our Prospectus

Discover all you need to know about our school!

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Ofsted Reports

Loatlands Primary School continues to be a Good School!

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The latest regular updates from school to home.

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Photo Gallery

Pictures tell the story of what we do at our school!

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Loatlands PSDSR

Welcome and thank you for visiting our website where we are delighted to showcase what makes Loatlands Primary School such a special place to learn.

At Loatlands we actively seek to work in partnership with families to nurture the whole child and develop the highest standards of education for children in all that they do. We believe passionately in creating a love of learning that will allow children to become enquiring learners in all areas of our enriching curriculum.
We welcome everybody to Loatlands and it would be my pleasure to show you our school in action. As Headteacher I am proud of our children and the superb educational experiences that we offer. To arrange an appointment to view the school see the contact us link for phone number and email details.
Mr Ashley Izzard-Snape


On Friday afternoon, Year 5 were delighted to be visited by a World War II evacuee, Mrs Eileen Farey, and her daughter, Mrs Leslie Harris, who kindly dressed as a land girl. Our visitors answered all of our questions and brought in interesting items from the war for us to see.


Eileen told us she and her sister were initially excited to be evacuated to Desborough but didn’t realise their parents would not be joining them. After six years with their foster family, the evacuees were scared to go back home.


We learnt more about what Desborough was like during the war and were shocked to discover that bombs were dropped over the town so that the pilots would have enough fuel to get home.


The children were fascinated and horrified to see the reality of different bathroom habits: newspaper or waxy toilet paper and chamber pots, let alone the tales of rats in the outside toilet!  


Thank you to our special guests for making history come alive.







See why others think our school is great...


Ofsted said...

Leaders and governors place the highest priority on keeping pupils safe and on ensuring that all safeguarding practices are fit for purpose

Ofsted 2016


Ofsted said...

The school is awash with opportunities and encouragement for pupils to write.

Ofsted 2016


Parents said...

97% of parents feel their child makes good progress at Loatlands.

Parent Survey 2016


Parents said...

96% of parents would recommend Loatlands to another parent.

Parent Survey 2016


A Pupil said...

Loatlands, I love it. It’s the best place to learn new things!

Jake, Year 3

Our Vision

“At Loatlands Primary School we aim to nurture children with the skills and qualities to strive for excellence and flourish in a modern world.

We aim to grow together as a ‘school family’ to develop lasting learning partnerships and the respect of others."

Upcoming Events


Mon 30, 04 2018 - Fri 25, 05 2018


Mon 21, 05 2018 - Fri 25, 05 2018


Tue 22, 05 2018


Thu 24, 05 2018


Fri 25, 05 2018


Mon 04, 06 2018

Contact Us

Postal Address

Loatlands Primary School,
Harrington Road,
NN14 2NJ

Tel/Fax: 01536 506404

Key Contacts:

Headteacher: Mr A R Izzard-Snape

Deputy Headteacher:  Miss J P Heald

Assistant Headteacher & SENDCO: Mrs S Roper

Chair of Governors:    Ms T Jones