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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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07 Jul

Early Years' Sports Day

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20 Jul

Break up for the summer holidays

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20 Jul

Year 6 Leavers' Assembly

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21 Jul

PD day - School closed

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30hrs FREE CHILDCARE PROVISION

We are delighted to announce that we will be offering 30 hour provision. 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. Mrs. Guest, the Nursery Teacher, will teach both in the mornings and the afternoons.

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The 2022 Summer Reading Challenge will begin in local libraries on Saturday 8th July! The challenge will take place within all Stockton on Tees branch libraries throughout the summer holidays inviting children to come into the library and attempt to complete the challenge by reading 6 books. This includes fiction, non-fiction, e-books, graphic novels and practically any type of book you can imagine available from your local library!



The theme chosen by the Reading Agency this year is the Gadgeteers which is a celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths in partnership with the Science Museum Group. This year’s challenge will feature brilliant books, remarkable rewards each time you read a book and plenty of chances to explore new ideas. As always, the Summer Reading Challenge is free, open to school aged children from 4-11 years old and suitable for all reading abilities.

If you would like to find out more please visit: www.summerreadingchallenge.org.uk
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Hello, 

The 2022 Summer Reading Challenge will begin in local libraries on Saturday 8th July! The challenge will take place within all Stockton on Tees branch libraries throughout the summer holidays inviting children to come into the library and attempt to complete the challenge by reading 6 books. This includes fiction, non-fiction, e-books, graphic novels and practically any type of book you can imagine available from your local library!

 

The theme chosen by the Reading Agency this year is the Gadgeteers which is a celebration of science, technology, engineering and maths in partnership with the Science Museum Group. This year’s challenge will feature brilliant books, remarkable rewards each time you read a book and plenty of chances to explore new ideas. As always, the Summer Reading Challenge is free, open to school aged children from 4-11 years old and suitable for all reading abilities.

If you would like to find out more please visit: www.summerreadingchallenge.org.uk

Yesterday morning got quite tense in Year 5 as we made the final touches to our marble runs in D.T. I'm exceptionally proud of how collaboratively and cooperatively all teams worked together - well done Year 5! Now after a nerve wracking wait, we can now share the winning team's marble run… ... See MoreSee Less

Yesterday morning got quite tense in Year 5 as we made the final touches to our marble runs in D.T. Im exceptionally proud of how collaboratively and cooperatively all teams worked together - well done Year 5! Now after a nerve wracking wait, we can now share the winning teams marble run…
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