In this section you will find all of the information parents or carers may need to know. Please email the school office if you can not find what you are looking for and we will be more than happy to help! 


Please contact the office via email or telephone:

0161 643 3946


It is obviously very dangerous for children to bring any medicines into school. Only medicine which is prescribed by the doctor for MORE than three doses can be given at school. However, if a parent or other family member is available, they are welcome to come to school, at a convenient time, to administer the medicine themselves. If medication must be administered in school then in ALL cases an authorisation form should be completed.   Forms are available at the school office and must be completed before medicine can be left in school. All prescribed medicines must be handed in at the office and NOT given to the child.

There are some medical conditions (e.g. asthma) which require children to take medication regularly. Please make sure that the class teacher is fully aware of this situation and that any medication is given in at the School Office for safe keeping (clearly marked with name and dosage). Please DO NOT send your child to school with any unprescribed medication, throat lozenges etc.


Healthy School

 Children in KS1 (EYFS-yr2) receive free milk and fruit each day for their snack.

Children in KS2 (Yrs3-6) may bring in a snack for break time. This should be fruit/veg or bread sticks/ cereal bars. We do not allow crisps/chocolate or unhealthy snacks and all snacks must be nut free.

Class emails

Each class has it’s own email address.

All e-mails requiring an answer will be responded to within 3 school days. Emails of complaint should be sent to the Headteacher.

Staff are not expected to, and are discouraged from, checking and responding to emails outside of their working day. However, staff are encouraged to work flexibly and respond to emails in a way that suits them to balance their working hours. Staff do not expect families to read, respond or action emails outside hours that suit them. Email does not replace face to face meetings where some discussion is required. All staff should seek face to face communications, when email is not the most effective form of communication. Staff and families are discouraged from entering into in-depth discussions about a child’s progress or well-being via email.