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Important Dates  

Autumn Term

Wednesday 4th September 2019

Children return to school at normal time

Friday 25th October 2019

Children break up for half-term holidays

Monday 4th November 2019

Children return to school at normal time

Friday 20th December 2019

Children break up for Christmas


Spring Term

Tuesday 7th January 2020

Children return to school at normal time

Friday 14th February 2020

Children break up for half-term holidays

Monday 24th February 2020

Children return to school at normal time

Friday 3rd April 2020

Children break up for Easter


Summer Term

Tuesday 21st April 2020

Children return to school at normal time

Friday 22nd May 2020

Children break up for half-term holidays

Tuesday 2nd June 2020

Children return to school at normal time

Friday 17th July 2020

Children break up for summer holidays


INSET DAYS (2019-2020)

School closed for children

Mon 2nd & Tue 3rd Sept 2019

Mon 6th Jan 2020 

Mon 20th April 2020

Mon 1st June 2020



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Important Announcement

September Opening Information

End of Academic Year 2019 – 2020

September 2020 Opening

School Opening Letter For Children

Letter to Parents and Carers 16-07-20


Important  letter for all parents to read, especially those with children in Nursery, Reception, Year 1 and Year 6. Click here 


Important Announcement | Friday 20th March 2020

We will be providing care for children of key workers from 8.30am to 3.15pm from Monday 23rd March  2020 until further notice.

Please see the link below for Government guidance on key worker categories.

Government Guidance on Key Workers

If you are a key worker and need to contact school you can email us at: 
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If you would like further advice ring the school office.
0121 566 4450 

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Additional work set by teachers and Resources for Parents can be found under Home Learning

Suggested Timetables can be found here


 Parents, if you need any support with housing or food supplies or other emergency situations contact the number below or contact the local authority online through the link below:

0121 303 1116 (open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm) Click here to contact the LEA online


Responding to the coronavirus: resources for mental health and wellbeing


Benefits-related Free School Meal Vouchers


Educational psychologist telephone helpline for parents and carers


Communication and Autism Help


Birmingham Sensory Support Service
Info for parents of children with learning difficulties


Letter to parents from Dr Tim O'Neill


Lozells Directory of Support Services


Food Charities for the Most Vulnerable | Bill Help | Islamic Help | As-Suffa | SBCFH | Bahu Trust UK | The AWS | Home Parcel Mondays


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Head Teacher Welcome

A message from our Head Teacher, Mrs A K Dhesi

Welcome to Lozells Primary School!

Thank you for visiting our website to find out what goes on at our wonderful school.

We aim to provide our children with a range of wonderfully exciting learning opportunities and life experiences. It is important to us that we encourage children to develop their personal interests and passions, be it in dance, sports, leadership or fund-raising. We firmly believe that an excellent, well-rounded primary education lays the foundations for future success, whether in secondary school or later life in general.  Our school values (chosen by the children themselves) reflect this belief and are the starting point from which all else develops and grows here at Lozells Primary School:

  • The children’s welfare is always the number one focus: it is important to us that they feel happy, safe and supported at all times. We make time to listen to them and value each one individually.
  • We ask them to be the best learners they can be. We work to foster a hunger for learning in our children and enjoy celebrating their personal achievements and the effort they put in. We value hard work and commitment from our children and we are dedicated to helping each child to succeed. However, it is their determination that helps them overcome any barriers and they always rise to the occasion.
  • We nurture the children to grow as positive role-models and citizens of society at large. We encourage them to be reflective about themselves and the world around them. The fact that they chose both honesty and forgiveness as two of the school’s values is a reflection of the understanding they have of the importance of these personal qualities: showing kindness and respect were also at the top of their list.

The families in our school community are also at the heart of everything we do here at Lozells Primary School. We are proud of the positive relationships we have built with parents and carers; we work closely with them to ensure that our goal to inspire and support their children is continued at home. Together, we encourage them to aim high, be the best they can be and achieve excellence.



Pupil Message

At Lozells School, we are dedicated to ensuring that every child receives the best education possible. We are a multi-cultural school and are constantly striving to improve ourselves. Taking learning to the next level is our top priority.

We are working on different topics to make the school a better place by educating children on situations we believe will assist them in the future by teaching them how to deal with conflicts and other situations.

To ensure this, we have different committees in charge of different aspects in the school. These committees help increase the different gestures of the school. The committees are:

  • Pupil Voice Committee - Finding out how to help students and improve schools. 
  • Fundraising Committee - Raising money for charity. One of our successful events are Children In Need. 
  • Curriculum Committee - Improving lessons 
  • Safety & Wellbeing Committee - Ensuring you are safe and happy at school. The safety of the children is vital to us as shown due to the rules and regulations we display to prevent hazards. We accept NO form of bullying and want to make sure everyone is safe and happy.

Lozells School aims to create a highly-developed path for their learning. Students have advanced experience in the social skills and all are cared for vastly. We have a wide range of fun and exciting trips to support learning, and hope you enjoy it here at Lozells School.

Members of JLT

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Extra Curriculum Enrichment Activities  



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Notices To Parents  


Information and advice for parents and carers



Letter from Ofsted (to school)

Letter from Ofsted (to parents)

Introduction of new Governors



Spring 2020

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Homework Challenges

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