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Welcome to Mill Lane Primary School
‘Pupils told inspectors ‘you can be who you want to be’ at Mill Lane Primary and expressed the view ‘we are all different and all equal’.
The staff, pupils and governors of Mill Lane Primary School wish to extend their warmest of welcomes to you. Whatever your reason for visiting our website, whether you are a pupil, a former pupil, current or prospective parent, or potential member of staff, we sincerely hope that you find the site informative.
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School remains open. Boris Johnson today said: Anyone living with somebody experiencing coronavirus symptoms should isolate themselves for 14 days. For more details, please go to https://www.wellchild.org.uk/2020/03/11/covid-19-information-for-parents-and-carers/ All...
Year 4 were visited by a dentist from Select Dental Care. She explained all about the structure of teeth and how to take care of them. The children asked lots of questions and were interested in finding out how to become a dentist in the future!
Year 2 have had a brilliant week learning all about George's Marvellous Experiments. We made a volcano explode; marbled ink; made Grandma's medicine and even made splattered paint explosion pictures.
Year 6 have recently completed the first stage of their Bikeability training. A big thank you to the 'Hub' in Stockton whom very kindly let us use some of their bikes. We are looking forward to stage 2 of our training soon.
We are very proud of our school and how it looks and the children are very keen to keep it looking the best it can. With that in mind, our school council approached Mrs Skillcorn and asked if they could purchase some litter pickers. Mrs Skillcorn was only too happy to...