Our mission statement “DREAM, BELIEVE, ACHIEVE” reflects our understanding and beliefs. We aim to ensure that the children at our school are provided with high-quality learning experiences based on a broad and balanced curriculum. It promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils at the school. This leads to a consistently high level of pupil achievement, preparing pupils for the challenges, opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life.

At Lawn Primary School we believe that a happy child is a successful one. We are committed to providing a positive, safe and stimulating environment for children to learn, where all are valued. We intend that all children should enjoy their learning, achieve their potential and become independent life-long learners. We believe that education should take place in a fully inclusive environment with equal opportunities for all and that all children should learn to value religious and cultural differences. Our school strives to be at the centre of the local community with positive and effective links to the wider and global communities.




The Tree House at Lawn Primary offers wrap around care for children from Reception (FS2) to Year 6 and is a vital resource for parents that work or need extra help with childcare. The Tree House Club is a safe, fun and creative environment for the children for before and after school.

Breakfast club opens at 7.00am and all children are offered a breakfast prior to school starting at 8.45am. After school club starts at 3.30pm with children escorted from class to The Tree House. A range of snacks, fruit and drinks are offered every afternoon. The Tree House closes at 6pm each night. The club is run to help parents who work and need extra help with childcare. We don't expect parents to always know what their work pattern will be, so we can accommodate shift work and also parents who may need the club for occasional use.

Tree House Club



"Steered by an inspirational headteacher, school leaders instil a culture of high aspirations so that pupils learn and achieve exceptionally well. All leaders are highly supportive of the headteacher’s vision of continuous improvement and are excellent role models themselves".

Ofsted Report