Ladypool Primary School

Stratford Road, Sparkbrook, Birmingham,
West Midlands, B11 1QT

0121 464 7002

0121 464 6876

Welcome to Ladypool Primary School

A warm welcome to Ladypool Primary School's website from all the staff and children.  We hope you find it both informative and welcoming. 

Ladypool Primary School is a two form entry school that is situated in the inner city of Birmingham.   We are committed to giving our pupils the best to be successful in what they choose to do. We are a happy, multicultural, inclusive school that values equal opportunities and diversity. We aim to broaden pupils knowledge, skills and experiences, preparing them to be responsible citizens in an ever shrinking global society Read more .....

Autumn term one after school clubs announced.

If you would like your child to take part in our after school clubs, you can now choose from a great variety. Click here to go to the after school clubs page. 

Year 6 SAmpad event

“Words of Peace” has been encouraging a new generation to debate and discuss the themes of war and peace while helping them to find out more about people and places associated with local pacifist movements.

As well as learning about local peace initiatives associated with the Great War, primary, secondary and 6th form pupils have been expressing their own thoughts and feelings about war, using creative writing and physical movement.

The students came together to share their learning and experiences at a special ‘Words of Peace’ celebration event on Tuesday 12 July at St Thomas’ Peace Garden in Birmingham City Centre. One of the event’s key highlights was the union of 150 peace pledges created during the project, which were installed by the participants onto a specially sculpted ‘peace tree’ that will go on to tour to schools in the region. Our year 6 students were lucky enough to take part this summer.


Year 6 Graduation Ceremony 


Ladypool has lots of talent!

We recently had our annual Ladypool's Got Talent Competition and this year more acts entered than ever.  We had class heats where two acts were chosen to represent each class in the semi finals which happened the week before half term.  These were exciting afternoons with a range of acts from rubix cube mastery to cake decorating and even a balancing act, as well as the more traditional singing, dancing and gymnastic performances. A number of acts included sign song for the first time and the guest judges had a difficult task choosing two acts to go though to the final. as with the TV show the audience got to vote for a 'wild card' act to go through and in the end we had 10 acts in the final as we also had the Head Teachers 'Surprise Wild Card' for one very happy group.
The final which took place on the last afternoon of half term was a very special event as it not only showed the talent of our children but also the good will and support of their fellow pupils who clapped and cheered each act equally.  In the end Raihaan ) in Year 4 won with a fantastic dance with both runners up being acts from the very talented 3L.  Well Done to all who participated.

Parents Evening - The Results are in!

Thank you for taking the time to fill in our short questionnaire at parents' evening. It was great to see so many of you and to hear the very positive things that you had to say. We have collated the results and have them for you to see below.

You said some wonderful things about our school and I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you for that from all of the staff who work here. You have also offered some great suggestions about things you would like to see change or be done in the future. We are discussing these as a staff and some of the suggestions raised are already being acted on. Parent questionaire - 24th feb 2016.pdf

Year one's superheroes!

Our Year One children had a visit from some real-life superheroes, click here to see photographs and learn more.

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