WELCOME TO STEAD LANE
Welcome to Stead Lane Primary School where ‘pupils benefit from a curriculum that captures their interest; develop excellent citizenship skills and are keen to take on responsibilities. They are extremely proud of the school and describe it as the best there is.’ Ofsted 2018
As Headteacher of this vibrant school I feel proud and privileged to work in partnership with the pupils and families of the Bedlington community.
I am fortunate to be supported by an outstanding staff who work tirelessly to provide the best education for all our pupils. We will endeavour to continue to take the school from strength to strength.
Reuben Anderson: Head Teacher
- <p>Attendance: Winners – Year 3 – Well Done!</p> 97.24% 97.24%
- <p>Beat the Challenge: Winners – Year 6 – WOW! Well Done!</p> 100% 100%
WHOLE SCHOOL TWEETS
Working together for bright futures…
Our Tuck Shop will begin again next Friday 14th September. Children in main school (except Reception, who will begin soon) have the chance to visit our Tuck Shop and buy items, each costing 20p. The items we will be offering each week will be different but items may...
Unfortunately due to facebook updating their privacy terms, our tweets have not been uploading onto the school facebook account. There have been some lovely photos shared of the children’s great start this week that are available by following us @steadlaneschool on...
I was very pleased to open a letter from Buckingham palace this week. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex (Wor Meg & Harry) sent a card thanking the children for all of their lovely royal wedding celebration cards.
Our Year 4 pupils will continue with their swimming lessons from Friday 28th September during the afternoon. Your child should have brought home a letter with more details this week, please complete and return this as soon as possible. Thank you. Spare copies are...
It’s so lovely to see all the children back in school after the summer holidays. I’ve been in to see all the classes over the week and the children have been very well behaved and working on lots of exciting new projects – ask them about their “learning muscles”. I’ve...