At Lyneham Primary School, we detest discrimination in all forms. We are always striving to make our school an inclusive place where all are welcome and considered equal, in a bid to set an appropriate example to children so that they can help to shape a future where racism does not exist. Our curriculum is one that celebrates diversity and promotes respect and social responsibility. One lesson we have learnt from COVID-19 is that we are all only as healthy as our neighbours and that we are dependent on each other. We are appalled by what happened to George Floyd, an unarmed black man at the hands of armed police officers in Minneapolis in the USA and recognise that racism exists and that it is all of our responsibility to stamp it out. We support the Black Lives Matter movement and we remain committed to standing up to racism and all forms of discrimination wherever we encounter them. If you would like some materials to support you with talking to your children about racism, please click here for a parent's guide to black lives matter.
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
These are difficult time and we are unfortunately unable to provide tours for prospective parents. However, please get in touch if you would like to have a discussion with our transition leader who will be happy to talk you though the transition process and what to expect when your children start at Lyneham Primary School.
Mr John Read
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