Lindow Primary School is a special place. The ethos of the school is built upon the values of genuine inclusivity, respect, positive attitude and warmth.
At Lindow, we work hard, play fair and treat each other with respect.
We ensure that all pupils achieve their full potential; we are committed to developing the whole child –
emotionally, socially, physically and spiritually, as well as intellectually.
These are our values…
We strive to achieve the highest standards in all areas for every individual
We provide a nurturing, caring environment where every member is valued
We take pride in our school
We aim to develop well rounded and confident individuals who make a positive contribution to society
Everyone associated with the school contributes to its welcoming and unique hospitality; the consequence of this is that there is an authentic feeling of unity and family within the school. We all really enjoy being part of this thriving and dynamic community.
We are very proud of our hearing impaired resource base, as we are of every child in the school. We try to cater for all children’s learning styles and strengths. We celebrate all achievements and try to be as creative as we can be. We regularly hold special theme weeks, such as Mantle of the Expert, Arts Week and Sports Week.
We provide the best education we can for every child. Progress and attainment of every child is very carefully measured, each term every teacher meets with the headteacher to discuss each child’s progress and attainment and set targets for reading, writing and mathematics. Through exceptional assessment procedures we are able to evidence that the average amount of progress made by children at Lindow was exceptional last academic year.
Lindow Scout Group consists of three sections – A Beavers Colony for 6-8 years, a Cub Pack for 8-10½ years and a Scout Troop for 10½-14½ years.
Scouts then go on to become Explorer Scouts, based at Lindow but administered by Alderley District. The Group’s objective is to fully develop the young people physically, mentally and spiritually in an enjoyable way. Our group is affiliated with St. John’s church so has a Christian ethos.
Visit the website for more information, including how to join.
Tuesday 6-7 United Reform Church
Friday 5.30-6.30 Styal Primary School
St Anne’s Fulshaw CE Primary School is the only Church of England school in the area, welcoming pupils from the local community and further afield.
Our school’s size ensures small classes and lots of individual care and attention for every child. Every member of staff knows each child well and we are proud to work in partnership with families to ensure that our children reach their full potential in a supportive and encouraging environment.
We believe that our pupils’ prospects are enhanced by a strong working relationship between parents, teachers, governors and the Church itself and we are proud of the tremendous commitment of so many people who contribute to the success of our school.
We have a proud history and connections with St Anne’s Church. To find out more please visit www.wilmslowparish.org
Our School Mission Statement:
As unique individuals, we do our best in work and play, for the love of God and others.
Styal Primary School is a unique school in a beautiful setting where children are able to achieve their true potential through high expectations within a small, caring family environment.