21/05/20 We have released our Stakeholder Plan for re-opening school and it can be found here. Please read this document carefully as it outlines our plan to reopen the school, starting with EYFS, Year 1 and Year 6. A final decision by the government about reopening is not due to be made until Thursday 28th May.
WELCOME TO LYNEHAM PRIMARY SCHOOL
I would like to extend to you a very warm welcome to Lyneham Primary School. Lyneham Primary is growing in every sense of the word. We constantly strive to deliver a
Our children are proud to be a part of Lyneham for many reasons. It might be that they are budding DJs and are working lunchtime shift in the radio station, they might be future engineers and enjoy spending time building Lego models at one of our ‘Lunch Clubs’, some of them really enjoy the extra opportunities we provide them to take part in sporting activities, but they all understand that learning is valued above all here at Lyneham and that can be seen in their hard work. Progress is different for everyone, but regardless of what it is for you, here at
This is an exciting time to join our school and I hope that we see you for a visit or maybe even longer in the near future. We have undergone a lot of changes since I started here in 2015 and the fruits of our hard work are ripening, as can be seen in the steadily improving outcomes the school is achieving and the vibrant and stimulating learning environment that the school community
Mr John Read
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