Red Hall

Primary School

Believe and Achieve

Lullaby Lane

Learning Through Play


Lullaby Lane’s aim is to create a happy and welcoming environment where all children feel safe, secure and valued. Our caring and approachable team of staff encourage all children to play and explore, think creatively and critically and most of all enjoy learning. During their time at nursery, children are offered a wide range of exciting and open-ended activities to investigate. We support them in becoming capable and confident learners whilst striving to give them the best start in life.

This term our topic is....

Why is water wet? 

Our new topic is ‘why is water wet?’ to celebrate the beginning of our new topic we held a pirates and mermaids day. We read stories about creatures that live in the ocean, spoke about where pirates and mermaids live, went on a treasure hunt, made sand castles, eye patches, flags, rainbow fish and jelly fish. We then all decorated and ate ice creams! We can’t wait for our up coming trip to the seaside to consolidate our topic.



The weather is hot hot hot! please remember to send your child with sun cream on or you can leave a bottle with us. (even if they have had some at school before, these will now be out of date)


Lullaby Lane are also visiting 7 stories in Newcastle on 20th June. This is a fantastic opportunity for parents to join their child on an adventure through the world of books!


During the 6 weeks holidays we are pleased to announce we are running a holiday club and still have places available. These are on a first come, first served basis. Contact the office if you require more information.

This will run from Monday 24th July until Friday the 28th 9am - 2pm and is £25 for the week. Please provide your child with a packed lunch from home. The monies raised will be used to replenish our equipment within early years.

The early years staff have kindly given up their time to run the club.

The dates for the Saltburn trip have changed. Early years will now be visiting Saltburn on Monday 17th July.
A new letter is not required but please do not hesitate to contact the office if you have any queries.