On behalf of the Pupils, Staff and Governors I would like to welcome you Higher Lane Primary School.
Higher Lane Primary School is situated in Whitefield and is a two form entry primary school with 440 pupils on role. The school has a good reputation within the locality and is regularly over-subscribed.
The school provides a caring, carefully structured environment which fosters positive attitudes to the pursuance of excellence. We strive to create a relaxed yet orderly climate which enables the children to take pleasure in their learning and pride in their performance. The ultimate aim of the school is to meet the needs of all its pupils in order to develop them into confident independent learners.
The school has undergone very successful inspections and most recently in November 2014 Ofsted reported : “This is a good school with outstanding behaviour."
The children play a vital role in contributing to the smooth running of the school through the School Council, Year Six Monitors and the Head Boys and Girls which you can find out about through this site.
Our rich high quality curriculum is based on a thematic approach and children learn through interesting and engaging topics.
Parents and staff work closely together in a supportive environment to enable pupils to fulfil their potential. The school has an open door policy and parents are encouraged to discuss any concerns or worries at a mutually convenient time. All concerns are taken seriously and dealt with quickly.
I am extremely proud to be the Headteacher of our great school and extremely fortunate to work with supportive parents and governors, outstanding pupils and a talented staff.
Ms C McLachlan (Headteacher)
A big well done to our cross country team who were in action this weekend (7 May 2016).
“We are delighted to announce that your school has achieved the SSAT National Award standard for children’s progress - top 20%. This means that your school has enabled children to make progress in Reading, Writing and Maths which is significantly higher then the national average at KS2 and is among the top 20% across all schools nationally.”
As a school we are part of SSAT, the schools, students and teachers' network which provides information and gives us the opportunity of attending briefings and collaborating with other schools. We are delighted to have been recognised by the SSAT for our achievements in 2016.
02:01 3A are using the explain this app for the mummification process. https://t.co/L7U6ncLlVR
12:33 Year 1 are looking forward to a visit from Reverend Alison, to talk to us about her church and Christianity. https://t.co/je28iwyFEd
12:08 1B have made pocket watches like Bernard has in the story Bernard's Watch. What would you do if you could stop time? https://t.co/xVpBSgv4qk