"Staff, pupils and parents are overwhelmingly positive about the school. Adults engage well with the children. They are effective in questioning children to extend their learning. They have a good understanding of pupils' next steps".
"My children are happy and are taught well at this school. Thank you for all the support you give".
Parent of three children.
"I am very happy with this school –all the staff work so hard and they do so much for every child’.
Year 1 parent
"What makes the difference, is that the staff really care!"
Parent of Y2 pupil
"I would recommend Loughborough to other parents"
Mum of two children
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Air Quality Monitoring Project
Recently some pupils from Loughborough Primary School took part in an environmental awareness project working with some film producers. Please take a moment to enjoy the fruits of their labour! Please click here
World famous Children's book author David Walliams paid us a visit and enthralled us! Click here to see what happened!
Launching straight back into the usual timetable is likely to be challenging, as pupils have had a long period of time away from the usual daily routine. This unit allows children in all classes the time and space to settle and share their experiences, thoughts, feelings, reflections and questions. Activities throughout the unit focus on children engaging in creative activities to develop the children as readers and writers as well using the book as a stimulus to help make sense of their experiences, their relationships with each other, their wider school community and the wider world around them. We will be using the book Here we are: Notes for living on planet earth by Oliver Jeffers.
Feel free to watch this short video from the Author explaining where his inspiration came from. Click to view the video
Is it safe for my child to go to school?
It is understandable that people are worried about COVID-19.
It is important to remember that for most people who do catch it, and especially children, the virus will cause a mild illness.
School is important to learn and develop emotional and social skills, but the health and safety of children, staff and their families is the top priority. For nearly all children, the benefits of attending school far outweigh the very low risk from COVID-19.
To talk about your child’s wellbeing or if you or your child have anxieties about returning to school you can text Parentline for confidential advice and support on: 07520631130
You can also contact the Department for Education coronavirus (COVID-19) helpline: 0800 046 8687
For more information on your child's safe return to school please click link to see the leaflet on FAQ
School risk assessment