Policies & Key Information

Our school policies and key information are available online.

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01922 721161

Important Dates

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Latest News & Letters

Important Correspondence – 8th March 2019

Please click here to view the Governor IEB letter.

Important Correspondence – 15th February 2019

To view a letter sent to parents answering some of their frequently asked questions please click here.

Important Correspondence

To read information regarding changes to the Governing Body please click here.

To read information regarding upcoming meetings for parents please click here.

Latest Ofsted Report

To read our latest Ofsted report please click here.

School Closed

The school will be closed until half term.  For more information please read this letter.

Updated: 5th February 2019 at 4:45pm.


I would like to welcome you to our website. It is a ‘window to the school’ and we hope that it is accessible and that you enjoy the view. The website is important and will strengthen the link between the school and home. Through its content you get to understand what The Jane Lane School is trying to achieve for its children and young people.

I feel incredibly privileged to lead such a wonderful school. At The Jane Lane School, we strive to be person-centred. We take pride in the warmth of our community in which all of our pupils feel valued. We also recognise that exam results matter and our students consistently achieve well in comparison to similar schools in surrounding Authorities.

The Jane Lane School is an exceptionally special place; a school which believes in the unlimited potential of every child and young person, where they come first and is ultimately a place where every child can be successful. Our tradition of success is built on high quality teaching and learning and, most importantly, the value we place on the very special relationships between pupils and staff.

We are an aspirational school. We aspire to achieve extraordinary results continuously. We challenge ourselves to learn from today so that we can make tomorrow better. This reflects our commitment to the ‘aggregation of marginal gains‘ where everything that goes into school improvement is identified and each element is improved in small increments so that collectively significant improvement in performance is achieved. It is a philosophy of thinking small in order to achieve big. We focus on progress.

The way we do things is incredibly important to us. The emphasis on cultivating strong relationships, developing independence, having fun, encouraging creativity and embracing curiosity allows our students to flourish in an environment that is tightly focused on learning.

The website cannot fully capture the spirit of our school. The only way to get a feel for what we believe in and how we do things is to come for a visit and meet the people that make the school such a special place.

I look forward to meeting you.

If you require further information about The Jane Lane School, please contact us and we will do our best to help.

Tony Milovsorov
Head Teacher

Mission Statement

The core purpose of The Jane Lane School is for everyone to work tirelessly to achieve extraordinary results continuously through person-centred approaches that deliver truly inclusive provision.

The School Aims

  • to provide a person-centred approach to learning and personal development
  • to provide a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum
  • to support an effective multi-agency approach to meeting identified individual needs
  • to work effectively with parents/carers
  • to provide a safe and secure environment for pupils, staff and visitors
  • to provide effective transition for pupils throughout their education
  • to provide spiritual, moral, cultural and social development
  • to provide a stimulating and caring environment in which pupils can develop intellectually, emotionally, socially and physically
  • to recognise and celebrate all achievements by pupils and staff
  • to develop positive attitudes towards learning and to facilitate a good work ethic
  • to recognise, promote and embrace British Values