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22/01/22

Retweeted From Shaun Garrett

Our Bench of Hope has arrived. It was great to be one of the first to visit The Bench. The inscription on the bench is a powerful statement. https://t.co/u21xAGf7ka

14/01/22

Is your child due to start Nursery in September 2022? The closing date for September 2022 Nursery admissions is Friday 15th January. Please follow the link below to our Nursery Admissions page for more information on how to apply:https://t.co/lBP9rdPlmM https://t.co/eVXmSSWXg9

17/12/21

Wishing all our children, staff, parents and carers a happy and peaceful Christmas. Have a lovely holiday and see you all in January! 🎄🎄 https://t.co/3L1Jhhwydj

17/12/21

Assemblies were held at Pine Ridge & Lorraine this morning to draw & announce the winners of the Christmas Fayre Hamper, Toy and Sweet Raffles. Congratulations to all our prize winners! 🎄🎄https://t.co/lhcgYh6eFv

09/12/21

The children have loved their fab Maths Week! It was an inspirational week during which the children engaged with a wide range of exciting, fun-filled maths activities & acquired new knowledge! Please follow the link to our website! https://t.co/tZh5jUHZ7W https://t.co/Cg5D9jLNda

30/11/21

Please come along and join us for our second Parent Workshop - Understanding and Supporting your Child's Anxiety at Lorraine Infant School tomorrow, Wednesday 1st December at 9.00am. Please call the school office to register on 01276 65649 https://t.co/McieDOohvT

23/11/21

We were so impressed to see all of your wonderful ideas for the half term Seesaw Competition across ! Some truly imaginative ideas, using many different materials. Our newly appointed School Council had the privilege of choosing the winning entries! https://t.co/PQVcvjVJjS

23/11/21

Are you looking for a Year 3 place next September for your child? We have some spaces left on our Open Events and look forward to welcoming you to our wonderful school! 👇https://t.co/XcRoVUrTK1 https://t.co/BcrQygYPxR

12/11/21

Look! 👇🏻 https://t.co/LuzngJ7I0V

12/11/21

This week our 3 schools held their own Remembrance Day assemblies. Children have been actively fundraising for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal & held assemblies in which the children made a wreath out of poppies they had made. Follow the link: https://t.co/pxNg3Hw8nS

02/11/21

Over the last half term, Owls Class have been taking part in lots of fun activities with plenty more planned for this half term too! Please follow the link to our website to find out more. https://t.co/9sUQzTLDd7

18/10/21

Will your child be starting school in September 2022? Pine Ridge and Lorraine Infant Schools would like to invite you to our Open Events on Tuesday 9th & Wednesday 17th November. We look forward to seeing you there! Check out https://t.co/lBP9rdPlmM

03/09/21

Lovely to see our wonderful Infant children and families again, and to welcome our fantastic new Reception and Nursery cohorts! What a great start! Well done to you all

05/07/21

Forest School update! The children are thoroughly enjoying their outdoor learning sessions at Forest School. Please follow the link to our website to see some of the activities they have been taking part in. https://t.co/g1ovQuuNiG https://t.co/0OvFz4VzLc

22/06/21

‘Owls class’ (and Miss Williams!) were delighted to receive a reply from The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, having sent them letters about their ‘Bright Lights, Big City’ topic! A lovely surprise! 🇬🇧 https://t.co/K4TtEAdKhQ

24/05/21

Retweeted From @_Cordwalles

Delighted to welcome to the beautifully curated history museum at Cordwalles today! Head Girl, Ndjivatera & Head Boy, Caleb were proud to show off the exhibit, which has been a curriculum focus this half term, enjoyed by the whole school https://t.co/89zd8gJudw

Posted on: 25/10/2019

Our School 'Opens a World of Knowledge'

An exciting world of knowledge opens-up for pupils at our school where the children blossom and enjoy learning, according to a recent Ofsted report.

 

Our staff ‘form strong bonds with pupils and families’ making sure children feel safe and flourish.

 

“With warmth and firm but gentle guidance, pupils blossom.  Pupils make healthy friendships and are well prepared for Junior school,” says the report.

 

“Staff expect pupils to listen carefully, take part in activities and do their best.  Pupils rise to the occasion.  They are lively and enthusiastic about learning and thrive on the well-deserved praise they receive for taking part and trying,” it adds.

 

The inspection was carried out at the end of September and everyone at the school is incredibly proud that we continue to be a Good school.

 

We are especially delighted that Ofsted recognised that no pupils are left out or behind in our school and that we are a happy and welcoming school family.

 

It is fantastic to have the wonderful achievements of our children recognised and we also want to thank the support and contribution from our parents, friends and the wider community.

 

The inspector praised the behaviour of our children and said:  “They copy staff’s good manners, consideration and kindness.  The school’s atmosphere is calm and secure.  It is a place where children can be children and enjoy learning.”

 

“The Executive Headteacher and her team have transformed the atmosphere in the school.  They have revised the curriculum and raised expectations of pupils’ behaviour.  The school looks outwards, to try and involve parents more fully in their children’s education,” said the report.

 

Our love of reading non-fiction was also highlighted in the report which said pupils knew reading was an ‘essential and natural part of their daily lives’ with children taking their own books to school to share their fascination with a subject.

 

There was mention of our wonderful reading cafe where parents are welcomed to spend time with their children whose knowledge is expanded by the emphasis on reading and writing which is reinforced throughout our school.

 

Children with special educational needs do well here and expert staff work well with professionals to identify children from the early years onwards who may need extra support.  This help enables them to catch-up and not miss out on any class activities.