UPDATED WEBSITE COMING SOON.
Please see the remote learning information for parents
We have a virtual tour of the school - please follow the link below.
I am very proud to be the Headteacher of such a fantastic school, every day I see our children showing how they are true examples of our school values by being resilient, positive and supportive. The staff, parents and governors all play a key role in school, ensuring that by working together we provide a happy, safe environment where children can grow and thrive.
A quote from our latest OFSTED inspection (March 2020)
“Pupils told me that the best things about the school are the teachers, their friends and the wide range of different subjects that they study. Pupils show polite manners and respect for others. This contributes to their positive relationships with staff and the calm environment throughout the school.”
To read the full report, click here
Usually, I would be inviting you to come and view the school for yourself, but unfortunately, in these uncertain times we are currently not able to do so. Please keep checking the website for further information.
Mrs E Rathbone
"Leaders and staff have high expectations for all pupils. Pupils talk confidently and enthusiastically about their learning. Parents and carers particularly like the community feel of the school. They describe the school as caring and appreciate the approachability of staff." (Ofsted March 2020)
We trust that our website will be informative and helpful in further developing the existing co-operation between home and school so that, in partnership together, we can serve the best interests of the children in our care.
We welcome prospective parents and would encourage you to make an appointment to visit during the normal school day. Please contact the school office on 0161 430 3101 or e-mail email@example.com to make suitable arrangements.
Ofsted report: March 2020 - Here are just some of the things Ofsted said about our school....
"Leaders and staff have high expectations for all pupils."
"Leaders and staff provide pupils with a range of worthwhile opportunities to strengthen their personal development."
"The planned curriculum is ambitious for what pupils will achieve....Subject leaders contribute positively to improving an already strong curriculum."
"Children get off to a strong start to their education in the early years. Leaders and staff use assessment information to shape the curriculum so that it meets children's needs and interests."
"Pupils say that the best things about the school are the teachers, their friends and the wide range of different subjects that they study."
SCHOOL TERM DATES 2020/21
Open: Wednesday. 3rd September Close: Friday 23rd October
Open: Wednesday 4th November Close: Tuesday 22nd December
The School premises are currently closed except for children of key
workers and some specifically identified children.
Details about post-lockdown reopening will be posted when available.
Open: Monday 12th April Close: Thursday 27th May
Open: Monday 14th June Close: Tuesday 27th July
*Closed for Early May Bank HolidayMonday 3rd May
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