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Welcome to Gardners Lane Primary School

Gardners Lane Primary school is a happy, lively school with strong links in the community.

Also on the school site is Gardners Lane Children Centre which provides

  •     A Nursery Education catering for 2, 3 and 4 year olds
  •     Childminder Drop In
  •     Family Support (targeted)
  •     Best Start Group
  •     Midwives and Health Visitors
  •     Globes
  •     Gloucestershire Autism Support Group
  •     Parenting Courses

The school has established partnerships with the University of Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire College, Cheltenham Ladies College and CCP, which provides our pupils with a wealth of opportunities to enhance their curriculum entitlement especially in Sports and the Arts.

Gardners Lane also works closely with its partner school, Oakwood Primary School, under the leadership of Executive Head Teacher, Charles Welsh.

Our aim is to work with you, as stake holders, to share your ambitions for your children and your knowledge of them. This will enable us to make sure that together we can celebrate their achievements.

Gardners Lane School is a non-denominational, co-educational Local Authority primary day school, educating children aged 4 to 11 years.

Please click here to view the school performance table.


Gardners Lane and Oakwood Federation



Young Minds Matter

Our school is taking part in a national initiative known as Young Minds Matter, formally Trailblazers. As a school, we are working with statutory health providers who will be delivering mental health service to pupils within our school.


Gardners Lane Trust Partners



Upcoming Events

Embedded Calendar

All Saints' Academy

Click on the link below to access the Primary challenge page on All Saints' Academy website. It will have weekly challenges for you to complete.


Heads Up Cheltenham is returning for a year-long campaign to encourage good mental health and wellbeing across the whole town. To kick the campaign off, from today, Monday 26 April, people who live and work in Cheltenham are being invited to take part in a wellbeing survey, called #CheltenhamUnmuted to assess how people are feeling.

The survey will be available for completion from 26 April to 7 May and will be available on the Heads Up Cheltenham Facebook page as well as the council’s website.

Quick Links


Library of translated school letters, words and paragraphs

Please use the following link https://webapps.mantralingua.com/library/document/?utm_campaign=LockdownMM to access a library of translated school letters, words and paragraphs.

If you require a printed copy of any information, please contact the school office on

(01242) 515761.


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