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At Lakes Primary School we actively promote reading for pleasure. We seek to provide our children with stimulating reading environments and quality reading material.

Children take an active role in choosing books and leading the way in developing reading skills.

Click on the link for Redcar & Cleveland library service for young people.

All children should have a regular eye check at least every two years from around the age of three years old. Around 80% of what a child learns is through sight, yet there are an estimated 1 million children in the UK with an undiagnosed vision problem.

Through their Zookeeper Zoe e-book, Boots offer a basic visual acuity check. This can be accessed at:www.zookeeperzoe.co.uk

This vision screening check includes the following checks:

  • Astigmatism check (shape of the eye and focus ability)
  • Colour vision check (how well different colours are distinguished)
  • Duo chrome check (ability to focus correctly)
  • Visual acuity check (accuracy and sharpness of vision)

If you are concerned about your child’s eye health, please visit your local optometrist. They will be able to offer a full eye check, no matter the childs age.


In the News

Red Nose Day 2019

 On Friday 15th March we will be supporting Comic Relief by taking part in Red Nose Day. For a £1 donation children (and staff) can come to school dressed in…

14th March 2019


IT’s WORLD BOOK DAY! – Thursday 7th March

To celebrate World Book Day your child can dress up as their favourite book character from their favourite book.  A suggested donation is £1 per pupil and all monies will…

6th March 2019


Next Parents Evening Date

  Our next Parents Evenings will run the week commencing Monday 11th March 2019,  appointment times will be available outside your child's classroom.

17th January 2019



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