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Mini First Aiders

Congratulations to all of our children for completing their Mini First Aiders Training! Everyone had a great time and learned lots of vital life saving skills. All children took part, listened really well and got involved in the workshops. Well done!



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  • Art Event at Nottingham Trent University

    Published 20/06/24

    A brilliant afternoon at Nottingham Trent University where artwork by Street Lane Primary and other schools in the trust was showcased in the Bonnington Gallery. Owl class had a wonderful day viewing visiting the gallery, the university library and taking part in a lecture about creativity.

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  • Our New Reading Sheds

    Published 24/04/24

    Our gorgeous new reading sheds and books are already being enjoyed. 

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  • Blue Peter Badges

    Published 24/04/24

    Well done to many of our children for achieving their Blue Peter reading badge! 

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  • Blue Peter Book Club Badges

    Published 23/04/24

    Well done to so many children at Street Lane for achieving their Blue Peter book club badge! 

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  • What are the teachers reading?

    Published 29/01/24

    This year, Street Lane (with The Open University) has embarked on a Reading for Pleasure journey; our aim is for all our children to understand their own love for reading: whether it is getting lost in a chapter book or researching their favourite History topic online.  Each week, a member of staff is going to promote one of their favourite books at the moment (we all have so many) with a focus on a different text type. You will be hearing poems, facts, extracts of chapters, seeing the pages of beautiful picture books and graphic novels and hearing about the lives of others through biographies. 

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  • Merry Christmas Street Lane Primary!

    Published 21/12/23

    We look forward to seeing you all in the new year.

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  • World Mental Health Day

    Published 11/10/23
    Yesterday was World Mental Health Day and we all 'took 10' to share some stories and spend some time relaxing with our friends. The older children joined the younger children and listened to the class teachers reading a story. The children th
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  • Zones of Regulation

    Published 23/05/23

    Introducing The Zones of Regulation

    This term we have implemented The Zones of Regulation across school. This is a program that helps children to self-regulation when they are experiencing a heightened emotion. The Zones curriculum provides strategies to teach children to become more aware of, and independent in controlling their emotions and impulses, managing their sensory needs, and improving their ability to problem solve conflicts. All children and staff in school are now using the language of the Zones and we are all improving our methods for achieving self-regulation. It is an important journey for both children and staff and we are delighted with how the children have responded. If you would like further information about The Zones of Regulation, please follow the link above to the SEND Information page where you will find resources and our school Zones of Regulation policy which will provide further explanation. 

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  • Science Fair

    Published 28/03/23

    We are so proud of our pupils who represented Street Lane Primary at the EMET science fair, showcasing our work for British Science week. We took one pupil from each year group. They each did our school proud with their knowledge of science and their communication skills, sharing this with pupils from other schools. 

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  • A visit from a Geologist for British Science Week

    Published 14/03/23

    Thank you to Jo Morris (a Geologist) who came to visit us for British Science Week. The children really enjoyed hearing about the role of a geologist and Jo's fieldwork. We were all really inspired by her experiences and the children had the chance to ask a real life scientist questions about earth science. 

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    Published 10/03/23

    We apologise for the short notice, but we have had to make the decision to close school today for the safety of our children and staff. Due to the heavy snowfall in the last hour, we are unable to keep the site clear of snow. The surrounding roads are very hazardous. Take care

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  • World Book Day 2023

    Published 02/03/23

    World Book day 2023! We have all had an amazing day and enjoyed seeing all of the fantastic costumes the children (and staff!) have chosen to wear. We enjoyed a lovely afternoon doing paired reading across school with our favourite books. Enjoy looking at our costumes and see how many different book characters you can spot! 






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