Remembrance Day 2018
The whole school made poppies and we held our silence outside to remember everyone who has fought for our country. Y6 wrote poems to read to everyone.
Pirates of the Curry Bean July 2018
Our KS2 children put on an amazing production of Pirates of the Curry Bean. Their acting, singing and comedy timing were all fantastic!
Science and Engineering Week 2018
All of the children worked in threes with children from two other year groups, to design and test their 'rocket cars' based on Bloodhound. It has been a very exciting week so far... (see photos above)
Slow Bike Race
Our annual slow bike race was the exciting finale to our 'Tour de Lane End' Cycle to School Week.
See how we celebrated Lane End Primary School's 50th anniversary (1967 - 2017) and some more of our school events during the summer term 2017.
Have a look at some of our festive highlights from 2016.
Our Reception children have settled very well into school and are enjoying their learning.
Our Junior children put on an amazing production of 'Wind in the Willows'.
It's been an enjoyable and rewarding term with much to engage and inspire - have a look at a few of the highlights here.
In May 2016 we organised an action-packed week of activities and events around a 'Best of British' theme.
We celebrated World Book Day in style with a World Record Breaking Attempt, Dressing Up and the Great Book Swap!
Find out how our Year 6 children worked with some of the children from Ramillies Hall School to tackle road safety on Ramillies Avenue.
See some highlights from an amazing year of children's performances.
Ewan Easton MBE and Jim Muirhead from the world renowned Hallé Orchestra visited school to deliver 'Start your Day the Hallé Way'. This was a truly inspirational interactive performance for the whole school.
The children are thoroughly enjoying using our new Trim Trail which was funded by the PTA. The Mayor and Mayoress of Stockport came to Lane End for the official opening.
The junior children wowed us with their production of this Roald Dahl classic.
It all started with a hot air balloon landing on the playground with Grandad from 'Tom and the Island of Dinosaurs' inside...
What happens in the run up to Christmas at Lane End? Click on the title above to see the exciting events and celebrations the children are involved in.
Have a look at the winning designs in our School Values poster competition. Our School Values are: Excellence, Determination, Inspiration, Respect, Courage, Equality, Friendship
We have continued to develop our 'Connecting Classroom' links with three schools in Zambia and St Simons and St Peters Primary Schools in Stockport. Three teachers from Zambia came to visit Lane End and Miss Rainey visited Zambia to further develop our link.
Maths Week was a big success and generated some great enthusiasm around maths and the challenges which were set for the children over the week. Have a look at some of the photos from the week by clicking on the title.
There is always so much going on at Lane End that it is hard to choose what to put on the website! So this gallery gives you a glimpse into Autumn Term from 'Walk to School Fortnight' to 'Moneyskills' to a visit from Matthew Walker MBE and beyond...
The children performed brilliantly at our Junior Production.
In April we were visited by 3 headteachers from our partner school in Zambia. Our international school council helped to plan the visit and the headteachers spent time in assembly and each class as well as accompanyiong children to Bramhall Hall and Lyme Park.
The children thoroughly enjoyed learning the songs and dances for iSing Pop and the concert at Cheadle Hulme Methodist Church was truly amazing.
Science and Engineering week started with a bang when Mr Vallance launched a rocket on the school field! We learnt all about movement and the children showed a great enthusiasm for all of the science investigations and demonstrations.
We have a brand new library funded by the PTA and some great new books to go in it! We also have new books for the classrooms and have been talking to the children about how much fun it is to read and how much you can get out of it. On top of all this some children's authors have visited school and we enjoyed World Book Day in March.
We're getting a lot out of the build up to Christmas with rehearsals and performances of the Nativity and Carol Concert, Christmas Crafts to make and sell at the Christmas Fair, French Christmas lessons, a trip to the Church to watch 'No Room at the Inn' and much more festive fun and learning!
At a recent assembly the children received two awards for maths.
The children have been working hard raising money for their chosen charities.
We really got into the spirit of the Jubilee celebrations with our street party and Union Jack kite flying.
The children were able to put their growth mindset into action during our Puzzle Day.
We have been working with the children and whole school community on developing and using our 'Growth Mindset' to get the most out of our opportunities and learning.
We have a wide range of clubs and extra-curricular activities on offer at Lane End. See some photos from the school clubs.
Everyone is enjoying the run up to Christmas at Lane End.
All of the children were amazed when they saw a hot air balloon on the school field!
The children in Year 5 and 6 learnt important money skills and took part in budgeting, marketing and sales activities with Barclays Bank.
The Junior Production of Bugsy Malone was a great success.
We regularly invite visitors into school to talk to the children in assembly. This gives the children a broader experience and understanding of the world.
Olympic swimmers Keri-anne Payne and David Carry came to school to talk to the children about the effort it takes to gain success and the 2012 London Olympics.
The children have been learning about the environment and getting their hands dirty in our school garden.
The Summer Fair was a great success. Thank you to everyone who helped and supported. Click on the title above to see more.
We had a fantastic time learning about and celebrating the Royal Wedding. Click on the title above to see more.
The children had a great time on Red Nose day and raised a fantastic £590. Click on the title above to see more.
We have a 'Connecting Classrooms' link with three schools in Zambia, three in Ghana and two other schools in Stockport. Click on the title above to find out more about this project and what the children are getting out of it!
Find out what is happening during our exciting 'Everybody Writes Week' .
Find out more about our exciting author visit and the Stockport Book Awards.
Click on the link to find out more about the festive season at Lane End.
The children raised money for Children in Need by face-painting spotty faces!
Our Open Evening was on Thursday 15th July from 6-8pm. It is a chance for parents to look at their child’s work from the year and to have a look around the school at the work all of the classes have be doing.
The whole school enjoyed taking part in our sponsored skip.
Playtimes are lots of fun at Lane End and you can learn a lot when you're having fun: Problem solving... Teamwork and accuracy... Writing... Model making - team work, social skills... Leadership (our play leaders take ...
Miss Lynch formed a choir to go and sing for the Cameo Group at Cheadle Hulme Methodist Church. Cameo are a group of elderly people who meet regularly at the church. In the past our country dancers have visited and we wanted to send a group of sin...
Welcome Mosaic - Every child in school worked with our visiting artist Patricia Lees to create our 'Welcome Mosaic'. It looks fantastic.
Easter Trail - Cheadle Hulme Methodist Church invited us to visit the church take part in their Easter Trail. Each class walked down to the church and were led into the church, which had been tranformed into several separate areas. ...
Earth Week - Our Earth Week has been a huge success. The children have been learning about their environment, from local to global. Here are a few photographs of some of the exciting activities that have been taking place.
Chinese New Year lunch - The Chinese New Year fell on February 10th this year. This marked the beginning of the The Year of the Tiger. Many of the children enjoyed a Chinese meal prepared by our school cook.
On Wednesday 20th January a chef came into school for most of the day to perform the Expo Chef Show. Expo Chef is an interactive cooking show that demonstrates how to make food fun, easy and healthy.
Snowtime - January 10 The children behaved extremely well and enjoyed the snow sensibly which has been great.
Happy Christmas to all of the children, parents, staff, governors and friends of Lane End Primary School. We are having an action packed festive season. Here are a few of the highlights.
Mrs Lenaghan organised our second Lane End's Got Talent show . It showed off the wonderful talents of our children. Talents on show included: singing, dancing, sports and playing musical instruments. Well done to everyone...
The children at Lane End Primary School raised £155.95 for Children in Need by bringing in their loose change from home to make a huge coin picture of Pudsey Bear.
The children at Lane End Primary School have been learning about Black History in assembly during Black History Month. We learnt about Rosa Parks and Martin Luther King who both campaigned for equal rights for Black people in America.
Representatives from Lane End Pupil Forum met with Mark Hunter MP before school this morning. They had previously written to him about the traffic problems outside school at the beginning and end of the school day.
The children have been growing vegetables in the garden and October was the time to harvest them. We harvested carrots, onions, leeks, corn, pumpkins, beans and courgettes (the cabbage and cauliflower are still growing).
The Young Writers’ Club have been meeting with Mr Toyne on Wednesdays after school. They wrote this newspaper report about a recent school event. School Garden Gets Ready for Spring!
Our PTA School Garden was officially opened on Tuesday 16th June by the Deputy Mayor of Stockport. All of the children and staff watched the opening. We were joined by parents and also by some of the people who had made the garden possible.