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Clifton Primary School
Clitheroe Road, FY8 3PY, UK Lytham St Annes
+44 (0)1253 727664


The pupils and staff work hard with the local community in a variety of ways and we are currently working on the Healthy Schools Programme, involving the provision of Free Fruit to all Infant children, a Healthy Food Tuck Shop run by the School Council, and the implementation of a Safer Travelling to School programme. Our safe cycle storage is located at the front of the school.

All of our classrooms are well resourced and of a good size. We have three refurbished and well-provisioned Infant classrooms which share a large, fully resourced Activity Area. In the Juniors, we have four refurbished classrooms as well as a dedicated group room and high quality library. The school’s Information Communications Technology (I.C.T.) suite is fully networked and has broadband access to the internet, housing equipment for 20 pupils at a time. The school is also currently undergoing building work to create additional teaching spaces for all children to use.


Our school aims to provide an ideal start for a successful future by:-

  • Providing a happy, welcoming, caring, secure and inspiring learning environment which will foster and encourage the development of sound moral and social values
  • Establishing and communicating to the children high expectations and clear targets
  • Providing a broad and balanced curriculum, which will enable each child to produce work to the best of their ability and which is relevant to their needs
  • Continuing to strive for excellence
  • Developing in the children, positive attitudes to learning, self-motivation, selfdiscipline, enthusiasm and confidence through active, experience based learning
  • Working together in partnership, children, parents, staff and governors, nurturing respect, tolerance, sensitivity and compassion for each other and for the wider community
  • Periodically reviewing the school aims, procedures and policies to ensure that standards remain high.


All classes use a mixture of teaching styles and techniques during the week in a variety of groupings - whole class, ability groups, mixed ability groups, paired working.

Children are taught daily lessons of English/Literacy and Mathematics/Numeracy where the level of work is tailored to individual ability. A broad and balanced curriculum is planned and taught in a happy and stimulating environment in accordance with the National Curriculum requirements.

Independent and collaborative skills are encouraged in all year groups and Information and Communications Technology is readily used across the whole curriculum as well as being taught as a discrete subject in our I.C.T. suite.

All curriculum policies are available for parents to view (please ask at the office for details). The school utilises the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) schemes of work for the majority of subjects along with the National Literacy and Numeracy Frameworks, balanced together with Local Authority guidance on structure and content for individual subjects.


Clubs are run by staff on a voluntary basis in order to provide the children with access to additional sports and musical opportunities. All clubs charge 50p per week in order to cover the basic costs incurred for all of our clubs.

Should any parents/carers have talents for different clubs that could be run after school then please do let us know. Clubs are offered to particular year groups to provide the children with a variety of opportunities to experience.

Most clubs occur on a Tuesday evening and run from 3:15pm until 4pm. The exceptions to this are Football and Netball which take place on a Thursday evening and run until 4:30pm, Choir is held on Wednesday lunchtimes and Guitar Club runs on a Wednesday morning at 8:30am.

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