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Reception Application Information for 2021

If you live in Nottinghamshire and require a school place for September 2021 you need to apply between       

9 November 2020 and 15 January 2021


You can apply online at or, if you need help making an application, contact the Local Authority on 0300 500 80 80

Welcome to The Lanes Primary

My name is Jo Revill and I would like to take this opportunity to welcome you to our school. I am proud to be the Head Teacher of The Lanes Primary School. I have been the Head teacher since the amalgamation of Meadow Lane Infant School and College House Primary School in 2017. Prior to this, I was the Head Teacher of Meadow Lane Infant School from 2008 until the amalgamation. I am committed to this school and the community, and I am proud of the journey we have been on together to build our amazing school. Our core values were put together by the whole community and these underpin everything we do.


Our school offers many opportunities to all of our children and we value the development of the whole child. We attain good results and children achieve well and make good progress. We are an inclusive school and we celebrate the achievements of all of our children. We have worked hard to build a strong community and we believe in supporting the whole family as we work together to ensure that the children are happy, safe and enjoy school.


As we cannot offer visits at the moment, we have put together some information on our website. I hope that you enjoy looking at it and that it gives you a picture of our lovely school.


Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any question or you would like any more information by emailing


Jo Revill

As Chair of Governors I would like to welcome you to The Lanes Primary School website, and especially this section for potential new starters.  Starting school for the very first time is an important milestone for both you and your child and all of us here believe that this should also be a time of great excitement and opportunity.


Whilst academic progress is important, so is a love of learning that can follow your child through the rest of their life.  We are therefore committed to ensuring that both you and your child will have an experience that is as positive as possible, from the very first day and throughout your whole journey at our school.

We would normally look forward to seeing you at the school and having the opportunity to show you around.  Unfortunately current circumstances do not allow for that, but I hope that the information given here will help you understand our school and what it offers.


If you have any questions for the governors, please feel free to contact us on


Andrew Barker 

Some of the Activities in School over the Past Year

Mental Health Awareness Week - Resources via News & Events - Mental Health & Well-being page