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Welcome To Durham Lane Primary School

I am delighted to welcome you to the Durham Lane website.  Our school prospectus and school website are full of useful information about the school, its ethos, organisation and staffing. We hope you find it helpful. My vision is that Durham Lane Primary School is a centre for excellence, serving our children, their families and the community as best we can, making sure they achieve and succeed.  

Our school is a special place full of learning, laughter and friendship where everyone is happy, feels safe and is valued. We enjoy the present, but look to the future – and aspire to equip our children with the skills, curiosity and resilience they need to continue learning throughout their lives.  

Our children deserve the best from this school. Our duty is to provide it.   

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30hrs FREE CHILDCARE PROVISION

We are delighted to announce that we will be offering 30 hour provision from January 2021. The children will continue with their morning placements, but we are now able to offer some flexibility for afternoon Nursery provision and before and afterschool provision. We are currently at the planning stage for staffing, however, we can confirm that Mrs Khan, the Early Years Leader, will be planning the curriculum with a member of staff supporting her to deliver the teaching and learning in the Nursery environment.

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Don't forget to book your afterschool club sessions early. Some clubs are full for this week, such as cookery and technology. However, we still have space in the club room for childcare.

Get booking for next week, so you don't loose your place!
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Dont forget to book your afterschool club sessions early. Some clubs are full for this week, such as cookery and technology. However, we still have space in the club room for childcare.

Get booking for next week, so you dont loose your place!

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We still have a few reception places available for our September 2021 start. If you would like a tour and meet the new Head Teacher, please contact Durham Lane on 01642 780742 and ask to speak to Helen Gregory.
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We still have a few reception places available for our September 2021 start. If you would like a tour and meet the new Head Teacher, please contact Durham Lane on 01642 780742 and ask to speak to Helen Gregory.

At Durham Lane Primary, we have some incredibly, thoughtful and inspirational children. We would like to share how proud we are of one of students called Isla.

Isla has joined the '10 mile hero' challenge for Zoe's Place children's hospice.

Isla saw the advert and wanted to learn more about it. She read the attached story about Baby Ted and was moved to hear about the babies and children who have life threatening illnesses. So she wanted to do something to help.

Isla must cycle a minimum of 10 miles during the month of May. She has already said she is going to 'smash it' (her words) as she wants to really help the charity.

Isla's mum and dad will be helping her to log her rides during the month and hopefully she will be able to 'smash' the challenge of 10 miles but also 'smash' her fundraising target.

If you would like to support Isla with this challenge, she has her own fundraising page:
zoesplace.enthuse.com/pf/gemma-rochester
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At Durham Lane Primary, we have some incredibly, thoughtful and inspirational children. We would like to share how proud we are of one of students called Isla.

Isla has joined the 10 mile hero challenge for Zoes Place childrens hospice.

Isla saw the advert and wanted to learn more about it. She read the attached story about Baby Ted and was moved to hear about the babies and children who have life threatening illnesses. So she wanted to do something to help.

Isla must cycle a minimum of 10 miles during the month of May. She has already said she is going to smash it (her words) as she wants to really help the charity.

Islas mum and dad will be helping her to log her rides during the month and hopefully she will be able to smash the challenge of 10 miles but also smash her fundraising target. 

If you would like to support Isla with this challenge, she has her own fundraising page:
https://zoesplace.enthuse.com/pf/gemma-rochester

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Absolutely amazing. What a great charity and a wonderful thing to be involved with. All the best!!

Amazing well done Isla 👏🏻👏🏻

Go Isla, this is fantastic x 🚴

That is amazing! 👏👏 I look forward to seeing you smash it, keep us updated on your progress! Xx

Well done Isla, what a great thing to do xx

Brilliant! Well done Isla x

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