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It's storytelling week, and our wonderful governors are sharing some of our favourite stories and poems for you to listen to. Click on a video and lose yourself in the world of stories !

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Charlie Cook's Favourite Book by Julia Donaldson

Charlie Cook's Favourite Book.wmv

Read by Kevin Mutter

The Listeners by Walter De La Mare

'The Listeners'.mp4

Read by Claire Murrill

The Squirrels who squabbled by Rachel Bright & Jim Field

Read by Sue Maddix

The Power of Honesty by Scott Pash

The Power of Honesty.mp4

Read by Rev. Scott Pash

The Gourmet Hedgehog Eats Out

The Gourmet Hedgehog Eats Out.mp4

Read by Ruth Pole

The Story Orchestra - Swan lake

The Balaclava Story by George Layton

50 things to do before you leave lane end primary school

Each child has their own scrapbook with a list of 50 activities to complete. All the activities are fun and low cost experiences. The idea is for children to work their way through completing the activities, in any order, keeping a scrapbook of evidence as they go. Some activities can be completed quite quickly, others will take a lot longer. You can be as creative as you like and think as widely as possible about how each activity could be completed and what the evidence could look like. If a child completes their '50 things', we will subsidise their Year 6 residential trip by £50!


At Lane End Primary School, we consider being 'stuck' to be a good thing!  We aim to promote and develop children's resilience towards a wide range of situations across the school day to encourage problem solving skills and independence of learning.  

Year 6 have created an inspiring film to help children understanding the importance of resilience in learning.

Topaz resilience video.mp4

MLS Reading Cloud

Please follow the link below to access the Reading Cloud. This will allow your child to browse through our library of books and make a reservation.

Reading cloud logo


Mathletics is a captivating online learning space providing students with all the tools they need to be successful learners, both in the classroom and beyond. A bronze award will earn you 1 token, silver 5 tokens and gold 25 tokens! Results are announced in our Friday assemblies.


Bug CLub

Bug Club is the only whole-school reading programme that brilliantly combines an online reading world with fantastic print books.




Purple Mash

Purple Mash is an online learning platform that Lane End Primary School uses to support the computing curriculum. It also has a vast range of resources for the wider curriculum and children can access homework set by the class teacher by clicking on the '2Do' button once logged in.

Purple Mash

Charanga yumu

Yumu is an online space where children can develop their musical skills at home. A home learning unit and a singing unit have been added to Yumu for each class to explore, and your child's teacher may also allocate some specific music home learning activities. We can also allocate musical instrument lessons to pupils, so if you have an instrument at home and would like some online lessons, please contact Mrs Hayes through the school office.

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