Parent survey (111 responses) – 97-100% of parents surveyed agreed that :
- The school has a good understanding of how well children are doing and the progress the children are making
- There is a good range of after school and lunchtime clubs
- The school works hard with parents to ensure good attendance and punctuality (99%)
- The school is accessible for people with disabilities
- The transition arrangements between Elisabeth Selby infant school and Lawdale are good (99%)
- The information provided when children transferred to Lawdale was good (99%)
- Teaching is good
- The school has good values and attitudes
- The school is able to support the needs of a variety of children
- Their child likes coming to school (99%)
- They were confident talking to their child’s class teacher (100%)
- There is a good range of subjects taught
- The library provides a good range of books and that books brought home are appropriate
- Boys and girls are treated equally
- The school works hard with parents
- They walk to school (98%)
You can now use OFSTED’s Parent View website which gives you the chance to tell OFSTED what you think about your child’s school.
You Could Be Anything You Want To Be!
Musical gangsters dazzled our audiences as year 6 took to the Lawdale stage for the last time! Madness, mayhem and pies reigned supreme as they performed their version of the classic ‘Bugsy Malone’. The show was full of amazing acting, angelic voices and great teamwork, as everyone came together to produce a fantastic show! Well done year 6 and a huge thank you to everyone who worked hard to make the performance a success!
Year 3 Dance Performance.
Year three entertained crowds at Oxford House and year 2 from Elizabeth Selby with their amazing dance skills. The dance was choreographed by our dance teachers who have been working with year three throughout the year exploring movement and music. The performance was a great success. Well done to everyone who took part and a huge thank you to the dance teachers.
Fun, Sun and Dancing!
Year 6 spent a whole weekend at Kingswood, where they enjoyed the sunshine and the activities, ranging from rock climbing to the very intimidating 3G swing! It was a wonderful weekend full of teamwork, challenges and amazing moments to treasure as memories.
On Wednesday the 1st of July, Year 4 went on a unexpected trip to Weavers Fields. Unfortunately, due to the extreme weather conditions (34 degree heat), Year 4 were unable to attend the Value Games at Victoria Park. However, fun was still to be had as we played a quick game of rounders before the heat became too unbearable. In addition, our teachers cooled us down with delicious fruit ice lollies! Yum!