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Lostock Hall Primary School
Mallard Crescent, Poynton, SK12 1XG, UK Stockport
Tel. 01625 871010

Mission Statement

Our mission, with parents’ as partners, is to provide a stimulating environment in which children acquire the skills, knowledge and understanding that will help them to realise their full potential for personal development and educational success.

Core Values
  • We will respect our children’s individuality, encourage creativity and assist them to make the most of their abilities.
  • We want our pupils to leave us well educated, self-confident and caring members of society.
  • We will endeavour to promote equality of opportunity for all of our children irrespective of gender, race, creed, ability or disability.
School Aims
  • To enhance the quality of children’s learning through highly effective teaching.
  • To promote and sustain a challenging, stimulating and caring learning environment.
  • To maintain high standards of behaviour through self-discipline, tolerance and mutual respect.
  • To work closely and openly with parents/carers and the wider community to maximise children’s development.
  • To continually seek ways to improve every aspect of the school’s work and life.


The national curriculum lays down what should be taught to children during compulsory schooling from Y1 to Y13 (ages 5yrs – 16yrs). There are slight differences for each key stage, but the subjects taught in primary schools are as follows:

The following four subjects are known as the “core” subjects and should have more time devoted to them than the others.
• English; this includes the national literacy strategy (see below), speaking and listening and drama.
• Mathematics; this includes the national numeracy strategy (see below).
• Science;
• Information and Communications Technology (ICT);
These subjects are known as “foundation” subjects.
• Design Technology;
• History;
• Geography;
• Art & design;
• Music
• PE

Lostock Hall also uses the flexibility within the taught curriculum to offer enrichment activities which are designed to extend and deepen children’s learning. There are opportunities to allow all our children the chance to succeed. In addition, we offer a broad range of after school clubs.

Foundation Stage
Key Stage 1
Key Stage 2
National Literacy Strategy
National Numeracy Strategy
Religious Education
Sex Education
Educational Visits


Welcome to the Lostock Hall Parent Teacher Association

The PTA at Lostock Hall School is a thriving organisation, providing entertainment for children, families and the wider community through the events we stage at school. Additionally we also raise much-needed funds for all the extra items of equipment that cannot be met out of the school budget. Recently we have raised enough money to transform the playground, with a new activity trail and a space net. Read on to find out more about us and what we do !!!!

Sarah Barber
(PTA Chairperson)

PTA Newsletter May 2007
About the PTA
PTA newsletter March 2007
PTA newsletter January 2007
PTA newsletter November 2006
PTA newsletter October 2006
PTA Events for the Autumn Term
Previous Events


Director: K. Farrar


Lostock Hall Primary School
Mallard Crescent
SK12 1XG

01625 871010

Monday to Friday : 9.00am – 3:00pm
Lunch club available

Member of the Pre-School Learning Alliance

A recognised provider with Cheshire County Council, Sure Start and Registered with Early Years Ofsted

For more information or to secure a place for your child please contact:

Mrs K Farrar on 01625 876357

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