Welcome to LAMPS

Lindal & Marton Primary School (LAMPS) is a popular and successful non-denominational school in the village of Lindal-in-Furness. The school retained its cherished "Outstanding School" status at its latest Ofsted inspection in December 2011. The staff, governors and pupils at Lindal and Marton Primary School are proud of our family ethos and we value the opportunity to welcome you to our school. Lindal and Marton Primary School offers a safe, caring environment, and provides a wealth of learning opportunities that ensures that each child develops socially, academically and emotionally. We are confident that you will find a community where standards of behaviour and respect for others are given the highest priority; where every child is encouraged to strive to achieve their best, and above all an environment where children are happy and eager to learn. We hope that you find the information on the website useful, and if you have not already done so, you are very welcome to visit the school by arrangement. Handbook for Parents and Carers. You'll find the majority of background information on the school contained in the "Handbook for Parents and Carers". You can read through the entire handbook, or else just choose the topic that you're interested in from the menu on the right-hand side of this page.

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    March 16th Newsletter
    by Mrs Doran - Friday, 16 March 2018, 6:34 PM

    Thank you to the Friends, Year 6 pupils and all the parents who donated items for the Coffee Morning and especially those who helped out on the day.  Your support is very much appreciated, and I am pleased to report that £253 was raised. A superb effort from all involved.



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    March 9th Newsletter
    by Mrs Doran - Friday, 9 March 2018, 5:34 PM


    Our 3 gymnastics teams competed again on Tuesday in the Furness Finals at Barrow Leisure Centre.  They performed fantastically with each team coming first once again.  This now means that they will progress to the County Finals in Penrith where they will represent Furness Small ...

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    March 2nd Newsetter
    by Mrs Doran - Friday, 2 March 2018, 5:39 PM


    We are now half way through the academic year and our attendance is hovering dangerously around our set target.  We currently have 20 pupils on roll whose attendance has dropped below 95% and a significant number of these pupils have an attendance below 90% for various reasons.  Our ...

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