Every Wednesday 9.00am -9.30am in the School Hall. Come and join Mel Irlam for sounds, songs, smiles and silliness.
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It gives me great pleasure to invite you to our school website in the hope that it will give you some idea of the blend of professionalism, high standards, comprehensive educational practice and warmth that drive the success of Lessness Heath Primary School.
Children at our school are well cared for, respected and valued for being the remarkable individuals that they are and I feel very honoured to have the opportunity to play a part in their learning journey. We see every child as an individual and work hard to develop them academically, socially and emotionally. We aim to help them get the skills and knowledge they need to be life-long learners and make the learning experience in the school as inspiring as we can. We want children to reach their potential academically but we also want them to develop into confident citizens for life in the 21st century.
This week Lola has started her official puppy training alongside her brother Bailey and sister Marley. We have been so lucky that the team at Top Dogs Training School have volunteered their time to support Lola in her training. Inete…
Please take a moment to have a look at our latest newsletter to read about our wellbeing journey and Lola’s puppy training. You can also catch up on other news and achievements from around the school. To read our previous newsletters…
Lola has been drinking lots of water this week and has a lovely new bowl!
“I am extremely happy with the teaching and learning Maya received in Reception last year. Excellent staff and team. We are most proud of May’s understanding of the world around her, whilst working hard in her maths and English.”
“Joshua has made great progress in maths, writing and comprehension. We are grateful to the school for the support they have offered Josh. Josh is always happy to come to school and he has lots of friends who he sees outside of school too.”
“Charlie is happy coming to school and makes us very proud how enthusiastic he is when talking about school and the new things he learns.”