Ladypool Primary School

Welcome to Ladypool Primary School

Welcome to Ladypool Primary school and thank you for taking your time to find out more about us. Ladypool is successful in raising standards and providing good quality education in a safe and happy environment.

I am proud to be the head teacher here. What you will find at Ladypool are enthusiastic and well behaved, smart pupils who strive to do well in everything they do every day. Our staff are a Professional committed team who work hard to be the best practitioners in their field. They build very good relationships with pupils which ensure they are happy to come to school all the time.

We are lucky enough to have outstanding provision for our parents. Our wonderful Parent Support Advisor works tirelessly to meet the needs of our whole community. The community room is a hub of excitement with classes of all types and a technology learning zone.

Please see the Remote Learning page for a guide on how to log into Google Classroom 

Children! This is your opportunity to gain special badges to wear with your uniform just by walking, scooting or cycling to school.  All you need to do is record how you came to school daily with your teacher.  Then every month you will receive a free badge!  
Our WALK TO SCHOOL challenge begins on  Monday 21st June and will continue next year too!  How many badges will you collect?=

Switch Off Your Engines!

 

Dear Parents/Carers, We are launching a Switch Off Campaign to ask drivers to switch off their engines when stationary to help make the air around the school cleaner. 
We encourage everyone to walk, cycle or scoot to school, however we realise that parents/carers sometimes may need to drive to drop off or pick up their children from school. 
If you do need to use your car, please support our Switch Off Campaign simply by switching off your engine while stationary. By turning off your engine you will improve the quality of air both inside and outside of the car. 
Air pollution affects everyone in Birmingham, but especially children. Pollutants from vehicle exhaust fumes are linked to health issues such as asthma, allergies, heart disease and other serious health issues. Children are particularly vulnerable to the effects of polluted air as their bodies are still developing. 
The good news is that small changes can make a big difference – and we can all play our part! 
By switching off your engine when stationary, you can make a real difference and improve the quality of the air we all breathe. 
Thank you for helping to make our School Streets a cleaner, happier and healthier environment for everyone. 
For further information, please visit: birmingham.gov.uk/cleanair and brumbreathes.co.uk.  

Dr. Bike Visits Ladypool Primary School

As we are a Rights Respecting school (Article 24, 29 & 31), the Dr Bike team were invited to visit Ladypool School this week and set up their surgery to service pupils' bikes. Lots of parents and children were happy with the checks that were undertaken by the the experienced mechanics and rode away safely! 
If you would like your bike serviced, please ask the school reception for a letter. They will be visiting on Fridays after half term, so get your forms in!

Our Staff Taking Part In A First Aid Course

Important Information For Parents

Switching To Remote Learning From 5th January

Letter from Ofsted Regarding A Recent Remote Visit

Please see the pictures below demonstrating the changes we have made in school to ensure we are all as safe as possible when school re-opens. Also, please note the yellow, blue and green paths you will need to follow dependent on your child's bubble.

Welcome Back To School Children

Join Some Of Our Staff For Story Time

Room On The Broom read by Ms Rafique

Our Staff Tribute to all key workers in the current crisis

Our Headteacher Mrs Aslam in BBC Special Report About the Lockdown