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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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KS2 had a UK Parliamentary Assembly where we found out all about what happens in Parliament and how new laws are created. Year 5 met our local MP Alex Cunningham and got to ask him lots of questions. We even got his autograph! Then we held our own debate about whether...
On Wednesday 25th of September, Year 4 visited York to learn all about the Vikings at Dig and the Jorvik Viking Centre. Lots of unusual Viking medicines have been shared - some of our children weren’t convinced about maggots, leaches and magic to make them...
These children have won a competition with Stockton Borough Council to design a logo for the new town centre cleaning machine! We are incredibly proud of them and their winning design. Well done.
Class 7 and 8 are enjoying their Gardening Club on an afternoon (when the weather permits it!) and are looking for donations for spare wellies, so that they can do even more planting!