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Milnrow Parish C E Primary School
St James` Street, Milnrow, OL16 3JT, UK Rochdale
+44 (0)1706 643973


Our school seeks to provide a Christian environment where people are valued in an atmosphere of mutual respect and tolerance, promoting success, enabling them to reach their full potential in stimulating surroundings.


  • To create a happy and secure environment.
  • To help children learn that Christian values, such as courtesy, good manners and consideration for others are essential qualities.
  • To establish an ethos within which both teaching and non-teaching staff, governors, advisory colleagues, parents and future parents can work with each other for the successful achievement of these aims.
  • To encourage high standards in all areas of the curriculum, which is, organized to enable each child to make the maximum progress.


We, like every other state primary school, follow the National Curriculum in accordance with our legal requirements.

Pupils in the Reception class work towards the Early Learning Goals for the Early Years and at the earliest stages of the National Curriculum. Pupils in Year 1 and Year 2 will be working in Key Stage 1 of the National Curriculum and those in Years 3, 4, 5 and 6 will continue through to Key Stage 2

This is a nationally set programme for the children, in which your child will be formally tested as to what they know, understand and can do at the ages of 7 and 11. At each of these ages, you will be informed as to how your child has performed in the tests and you will be given a clear idea of how this compares with other children of his/her age both in this school and nationally.

The core of the National Curriculum is the study of English, Mathematics and Science. These subjects will be taught and experienced by the children from the Reception Year onwards. Alongside this core are the seven foundation subjects of History, Geography, Design Technology, Information Technology, Music, Art, Physical Education and Religious Education.


  • Book Fair: The school runs a bi-annual “Book Fair” which normally lasts for a week and gives the children the opportunity to choose books to buy with their parents. The school gets commission on sales and we use this to buy more books for our school and class libraries.
  • Choir: This usually takes place each week, but when rehearsing for concerts, shows, etc. children may be requested to attend additional rehearsals. The choir takes part in various festivals, Church services and school concerts. The choir were finalists in 2006 at the National Festival of Music for Youth.
  • Brass Band: There is a brass group for children who receive brass instrumental tuition in school. This gives the children an opportunity for playing as part of an ensemble. The Brass Band won their section at the Rochdale Music Festival in 2007.
  • Computer Club: The computer club meets regularly either at lunchtime or after school. Different groups of children are invited at different times so that as many as possible have the opportunity to attend.
  • Drama Club: Children in all year groups have the opportunity to take part in the Drama Club that meets at lunchtime each week.
  • Orchestra: The Orchestra is open to all children who play instruments in school other than Keyboards.

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