Lodge Lane

Infant School

Our School

Governors, staff and pupils at Lodge Lane Infant School would like to welcome you to our website.

Our approach to learning, which is based on Imaginative Inquiry, offers a creative and dynamic curriculum with a wide range of opportunities for our pupils to experience. Children enjoy coming to Lodge Lane, where we strive to ensure they develop a positive attitude towards learning.

We hope you find our website helpful and informative, however please contact the school office if you would like to arrange a visit to have a look around our school, or if you cannot find the information you are looking for.

We look forward to welcoming you to our school.

Rebecca Dewing
Headteacher


 

Our Vision is...

For all children to become successful learners and to develop the skills and attitudes needed to make a positive contribution to their community.

 

Our Aims are...

  • To be a values-led school
  • To provide memorable experiences which enable children to be successful learners
  • To work in partnership with children, parents and carers, and the wider community
  • To promote life-long learning for all children, parents, staff and governors.

 


Our Trust

Lodge Lane Infant School officially became part of The Wensum Trust on 1 February 2017.

As part of The Wensum Trust, our school benefits from a wealth of opportunities to help achieve the Trust-wide ethos of developing happy and engaged children at all stages of the educational journey.

The Wensum Trust has schools situated within three geographical hubs across Norfolk, providing seamless transitions from early years through to sixteen plus. The City hub has schools in and around Norwich, the Rural hub includes schools in and around Acle and the Coastal hub comprises schools on the North Norfolk coast.

All three hubs work closely together to provide a rich and diverse range of experiences for children within all Trust schools. Community partnerships, often unique to The Wensum Trust, are developed locally with organisations such as the Norwich City Community Sports Foundation, North Walsham Rugby Club and Wells Sea Cadets, and made accessible across all three hubs. This creates an educational approach which is far broader and deeper than just the academic national curriculum and builds opportunities for all children to discover where they excel and to develop into confident, healthy and fulfilled members of society.  

For more information on The Wensum Trust, please visit their website using the link below.