Welcome

Welcome to the Lansbury Lawrence Primary School website. We are a successful, multi-cultural nursery and primary school in the heart of Poplar in the East London Borough of Tower Hamlets. We have 2 forms of entry from Reception to Year 6 and we have a large nursery of 120 pupils.

We apply our Growth Mindset to everything that we do; whether we’re making friends, solving a maths challenge, telling a story or building our imagination. It gives us high expectations of ourselves and each other.  All of our staff and pupils understand that by being ambitious, looking for challenges and working hard, we can go further and do better.  (read more)

ECO Committee plant trees

The Lansbury Lawrence ECO Committee planted a tree with Trees for Cities in Langdon Park yesterday. It was a Tulip Tree, which will grow to be very tall with beautiful flowers on. The leaves will help to stop pollution and make our air cleaner to breathe.

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Canary Wharf Rooftop Gardens

This term we have been learning about plants and how they grow. We have been growing beans in the Year One corridor and they have been growing so well! We went and visited the Canary Wharf Rooftop Gardens to see some ever bigger plants and to look at all the different...

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Tap, tap, tap.

Today in Peggy Angus Class, we are embracing the 21st Century and typing up our suspense narratives on the Chromebooks. The atmosphere is incredible - all that can be heard is the tap, tap, tap of fingers on keyboards. Bliss! Who knew we had a group of such of...

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Red Nose Day in Sunflower

Today we celebrated Red Nose Day in style in Sunflower class. It was a very busy day! We did a Red Nose Dance: Red Nose DanceDownload We made oat biscuits. (We've been reading about Goldilocks and the Three Bears and their porridge eating habits.) We dressed up in Red...

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Red Nose Day at Lansbury Lawrence

Lansbury Lawrence have been giving it up this week for Red Nose Day, cutting some shapes with a day long Danceathon! Years 1 to 6 competed in teams to have overall group winners, however the adults had a tricky time throughout the day choosing winning children as they...

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