On Tuesday 15th March Year 1 & 2 had a fantastic time at Bucklebury Farm Park. They saw lots of farm animals, bottle fed the lambs and went on a tractor ride to feed the deer. 

Please click here to see more photos of their trip.

The school netball team won the netball tournament! 36 goals scored! Fantastic play by all the children. We are very proud of you!


Year 3/4 Tag Rugby team Unbeatable at the Crossfields tournament on 4th MArch. They won every game in the Year 4 tournament with six Year 3 children too. Very proud.

On Friday 4th March, over 50 Mums attended a tea party hosted by the pupils in Years 1 and 2 as part of our topic 'Queen for a Day'...

During this mini-topic, pupils developed many skills in DT such as designing and evaluating a product, sewing skills, collage and cookery skills. The children worked really hard preparing the party and it was areal success. The hall was decorated with bunting, paper chains and balloons; cakes and biscuits were served; poetry was performed and Mums were given personalised crowns and purses. We were extremely pleased that so many of you attended so thank you. It has been lovely to read such positive feedback about the event too!

On Friday 4th March we were visited by the team from the Bloodhound Project.

The BLOODHOUND Project is building a supersonic car that is designed not only to go faster than the speed of sound (supersonic) but to over 1,000mph (1,600km/h.
The pupils used the information they gained to build their own cars.

To find out more about the Bloodhound project click here

The netball team has been busy playing and winning all their league matches. They are now through to the netball league finals. Well done team - we are very proud of you.

On Wednesday 10th February Year 3 visited Winchester Science Centre and Planetarium - they had a fantastic day.

Please click here to see some more photos from the day.

On Monday 8th February Year 5/6 spent the whole day as Victorian Children. A "really" Victorian teacher visited each class and talked about what it was like to live in Victorian times. The children practised handwriting, chanted their tables and recited poetry. Anyone making a mistake or not following instructions had to stand facing the wall wearing the dunce's hat!!


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On Thursday 4th February Long Lane School was transformed into Hogwarts School of Witchcraft & Wizardry for the night. An amazing time was had by all as the students learnt about potions, practiced spells and the art of duelling.
A big thank you to Mrs Handley for organising the event and to Mrs Rushent for leading on the magical scientific activities!

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On Friday 22nd January everyone in school wore something orange raising an amazing £232.60 for Muscular Dystrophy UK.

For more information please read the following news article

Local newspaper lists Long Lane Primary School in top 5 schools in West Berkshire.