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Welcome to the gallery! Please enjoy browsing the children’s work and fantastic events at our school.

British Values House Day and Royal Wedding Buffet

World Book Day fun at Lovers' Lane and Strays Bookshop...


Our World Book Day events have really celebrated reading again this year, with classes visiting Strays Bookshop to spend their £1 Book Vouchers, Dress up days, Teacher story swaps and Bookswaparama. Here are some pictures of what we all got up to...

World Book Day fun!

❄️☃️Happy Snow day!☃️❄️

Email us pictures of your snow day fun for our gallery...


Playing in the snow is science in action (melting and freezing, forces etc) so enjoy this different ‘outdoor learning’ and let us know what you have been up to! 

Happy snow day fun to one and all!

Send us your snow day pictures for our gallery! ☃️❄️

Snow Day Fun Times

Snow day good times!

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Great snow angel John!

Egg-citing Writing


Something strange happened in the gardening area. Some unusual and rather large 'eggs' were discovered in the gardening area. Very strange footprints from some kind of creature were also spotted. The classes all went to have a look and tried to work out what could have laid such a strange egg or how they could have got there.


The children had some amazing ideas about what could be going on... so they drew pictures of what could hatch, making notes about what it could be, what it might eat, where it could come from and how to react if you see it! This was their focus of their cold write in exciting writing and Everyone was wondering what will happen next, because the next day one egg had hatched and more footprints were found, but so far no-one has spotted the creature. Speculation suggests it might fly, could be an alien or may even have camouflage like a chameleon!


The children’s hot writes will show off all the brilliant ideas. 


Miss Chisholm and Miss Hodgkinson



UK Sports Stars...Team GB Swimmer visit from Amy Smith

On 19th March 2017, Lovers’ Lane Primary School, Newark, welcomed swimmer Amy Smith who helped Great Britain to fifth place in the 4x100m freestyle relay at the 2012 London Olympics.

Mrs Kate Lambert, sports coach at the school, said: “The children learnt about Amy’s career before she arrived.

“It was good for them to see someone showing what can be achieved.”

Children at the schools were sponsored to complete fitness circuits to raise money for PE equipment and support GB athletes.

Year 1 Castle Building Workshop!