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Ofsted Reports

Loatlands Primary School continues to be a Good 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.
Mrs Alison Willis
Headteacher

To launch our topic ‘Ancient Greece’, the Year 3 classes enjoyed a wonderful workshop with History Off The Page. We all dressed up and entered Athens in 400BC. Children learnt about democracy, by being split up into Athenian boys and girls. We voted on the fate of two spies and had a slave auction. In the market place, we spent time making mosaics, painting pottery, carving soap and writing on wax tablets, whilst many poorly  folk visited the herbal stall for sickness remedies. After lunch, we entertained each other with song, dance, some theatre and a lovely Greek feast! What a day!!!

We can’t wait to find out more in our lessons.

Miss Burberry Mrs Reith and Mrs Lacey

 

See why others think our school is great...

Safety

Ofsted said...

The arrangements for safeguarding are effective. Staff know how to spot signs of potential risks to pupils’ safety. Leaders know what to do when worried about a pupil. They seek further advice when needed and work well with other agencies

Ofsted 2022

Reading

Ofsted said...

Leaders have prioritised reading. Pupils begin to learn the sounds that letters make as soon as they start school. They are well supported in the early stages of learning to read. Staff pay attention to how well pupils learn sounds

Ofsted 2022

Values

Ofsted said...

The school’s core values of respect, resilience and curiosity are woven through all areas of Loatlands Primary. Pupils enjoy going to school and say that it is ‘a great place to make new friends’

Ofsted 2022

Recommended

Parents said...

All staff are friendly and approachable and prioritise my child’s well being

Parent Survey 2022

Care

A Pupil said...

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

Jake, Year 3

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Contact Us

Postal Address

Loatlands Primary School,
Harrington Road,
Desborough,
Northants.
NN14 2NJ

Telephone: 01536 903713

Email:

Key Contacts:

Headteacher: Mrs A Willis

Deputy Headteacher: Miss J Heald

Assistant Headteacher:  Mrs R Robinson

Chair of Governors:  Mr B Kennedy

Business Manager : Mrs G Seakens

Family Support Worker: Mrs K Davidson

Administrator: Mrs L Biddlecombe

Clerical Assistant: Mrs K Kershaw

 

 


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