Lambs Lane Primary School is a Community school maintained by Wokingham Borough Council Local Authority. It caters for up to 210 children between the ages of four and eleven years.
The school also has a Resource which provides up to 10 places for children with complex needs, who are fully integrated into the mainstream school.
In addition to the educational service the school provides, the school also offers a breakfast club and an after school childcare facility.
The school is set in a rural location between the villages of Spencers Wood and Swallowfield. It was originally built in 1908 and the older parts of the building still retain some of the character of that period. Various extensions have been added over the years to give attractive additional teaching and office space.
Features of the school include:
- Eight well equipped classrooms
- A library, for both KS1 and KS2, which encourages pupils to develop a love of reading.
- Large hall for assemblies, PE, dance and lunchtime dining
- The school bus is a resident double decker bus used as and extra learning space for group work and for lunchtime activities
- Medical room
- Facilities for the Resource pupils, including bathroom and physiotherapy room
- Large playground with low level adventure playground equipment and covered areas for shade
- Garden area with pond and gazebo
- Separate Foundation Stage playground with play equipment and playhouse
- Playing field opposite the school
- Visitors/parents car park opposite the school