Lacey Gardens Junior School

Lacey Gardens Junior School

Where excellence and enjoyment go hand in hand


Nut Free School

Because of the severe allergy of one of our pupils, we have decided to become a 'nut free' school. Please can you ensure your child does not bring in any products containing nuts, as a snack or part of their packed lunch. Find out more

Year 3 Beakfast Champions

20 pupils were selected from across Year 3, to join Rosie Crust and her fantastic team of cooks and farmers, at Lincolnshire Showground. Find out more


Our latest Newsletter is now available for you to download


See our News and Events page for more stories.

Welcome to Lacey Gardens Junior School

Lacey Gardens is a vibrant junior school serving the market town of Louth. We take pupils from the age of 7-11, providing a specialist Key Stage 2 curriculum in preparation for secondary school.

At Lacey Gardens, we are very proud of our school which is set in attractive and extensive grounds with great facilities for a range of outdoor learning. We offer a stimulating learning environment and a friendly, dedicated staff team.

The learning opportunities we provide are of the highest quality. Every pupil is encouraged to do their best in all areas of school life. We aim to support pupils as they learn by giving them a strong sense of belonging, building self esteem and developing a passion for learning and the confidence to try new things so that we allow each child to flourish and truly achieve their potential. Please continue to browse our website or even better come and visit our school and see the school at work!

Lacey Gardens, A Good School: Official!

Our recent Ofsted Inspection has rated us as a Good School (with the report rating aspects of the school as outstanding!). Read what they said in the Ofsted Inspection Report

Free School Meals

 If you receive certain benefits and have an income of less than £16,190 you may be able to claim Free School Meals for your child.

Ask for a form from the Office - more information on the Lincolnshire County Council website

Rotary Club Sunflower Competition

Raise money for charity and try to grow the Tallest Sunflower in the Louth Area. It costs just 50p to enter and this includes a Sunflower Pack of seeds, pots, compost, instruction sheet and sponsor form.
Please bring your 50p to school no later than Friday morning on the 8th February.

What people say about Lacey Gardens

Want to know what people are saying about our school? Go to our Views page to find out!

You can read what Ofsted thinks of us, on our Reports page. (***SPOILER*** they rated us as GOOD!)