Latest News - Due to the recent Coronavirus (COVID-19), the UK government have decided to close schools as of 08:45 Monday 23rd March 2020 for the foreseeable future.

Each child has been provided with a home learning pack. Below are some links and activities to encourage and promote home learning. Take this time to enjoy completing projects, games and activities together as a family.


If you have any worries, concerns or questions at these uncertain times, please contact us on 01302 842092 or email We will try to get back to you as soon as we can. As always, we are here to help in difficult times in whatever way we can. 


We would like to thank you in advance for your support and stay well.


Many thanks, Mr Foster (Acting Head Teacher)


27/03 Update: If you are eligible for free school meals (based on your household income, not your child's age) school have purchased Asda vouchers of £25 to help you to buy food for your child. The school kitchen is no longer providing cold packed-lunches.  The voucher is to support you to buy food up until 9th April. We hope the government have a national voucher scheme for after the 9th; we will keep you informed of any developments. If you think you may be eligible for free school meals because you are eligible for certain benefits (e.g. income support) please email or telephone 01302 842092 and we will try to help.     Thank you   


Update: 31st March

The government have released their plans for the free school meal voucher scheme and we will be in touch next week with the new arrangements. If you want to know more details please click the link below:

Below are some frequently asked questions to the government that you may find useful.


Will every child at home due to school closures receive support?

This support focuses on those eligible for benefits-related free school meals.

Will pupils who become newly eligible for free school meals be supported?

Yes. Schools and local authorities should continue to accept free school meal applications. Parents should make contact with the school or local authority, who will verify eligibility and award free school meals.

What is the eligibility criteria for free school meals?

The eligibility criteria for free school meals can be found on apply for free school meals.

What about infants that receive a free meal under universal infant free school meals?

It is right that schools concentrate their effort and resources on those who are eligible for benefits-related free school meals at this time. There is no requirement to continue to provide universal infant free school meals to pupils in reception, year 1, or year 2 who are unable to attend school. Children in those year groups who are eligible for benefits-related free school meals will be supported.

Thank you for visiting our website. Scroll down to see some exciting new stories, link to Times Table Rockstars and information. Don't forget to click on our keys to success above to find out more about them. Enjoy. 

 Welcome and thank you for taking time to read about our school.

I hope it will give you a clear picture of life at Kirton Lane Primary School.

If your child is to join us for the first time, we welcome you as parents/carers and look forward to a happy and successful partnership over the coming years. If you already have a child here, we hope you will use this site to keep up to date with what is happening in school. We want all our children to enjoy learning and be excited by the things they do in school. We involve children in their own learning through setting targets and sending work home which complements their work in school. We encourage you, as parents/carers, to become involved in your child’s learning through informal and formal meetings, supporting their work in the classroom and supporting your child with home learning.

Our school encourages our children to take part in a range of extra-curricular activities throughout the year including: football, athletics, art, drama, keep-fit and homework club. If you have any further questions or would like to visit the school, please do not hesitate to contact me.

We are very proud of our school and I would be pleased to show you round.

Yours sincerely,

Mrs A.Wall

Head Teacher

Vision and Mission Statement

Our school mission statement is 'All will achieve' we try to  accomplish this by working in partnership with parents and carers to achieve the very best outcomes for each individual in our learning community.

Our vision for the school is to work with our 'Keys to Success' formulated with the children and parents .

They are:

Try new Things

Understand Others


Work Hard


British Values

At Kirton Lane Primary we fully endorse the DfE strategy which aims to promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and
mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.  More information can be found on our Curriculum page.

Please Note:

If you require any of the information given on the website in a different form or have any queries, please contact Miss Birkett in the office.

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Please note - Calendar Dates may change with unforeseen circumstances. Please check with the school office if you have any queries.


Training Days are as follows: 

Monday 2nd September 2019

Monday 30th September 2019

Friday 31st January 2020

Friday 22nd May 2020

Please note that the blue arrow does not pinpoint the school's location exactly. If you are unsure of our location, please use google maps or contact us for directions.







See the latest stories...

We love to read!

Looking for another bedtime story? Or are you ready to set off on your next imaginary adventure? Click on the icon below to visit the Storyberries.


Headteacher Applicants

Please click on the video below :

Welcome to Kirton Lane Primary School


Centenary celebration day 

Year six have made poppies for the Centenary Memorial display at the cenotaph. The children walked down to commemorate the occasion with a two minute silence ,and recited the poet 'In Flanders Field. ' 

Autistim Friendly Charter Mark

The school was very  excited to be awarded the charter mark for meeting the standards for being an autistic friendly school.  We are the first school to be awarded the charter mark in our pyramid of schools.




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Mrs. Geeson(a couple of years ago)

Wow what great photographs! This looks like an exciting and fun place to learn. Keep working hard everyone.

Julie chester(a couple of years ago)

Your school is lovely

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