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Holcombe Brook Community Primary School
Longsight Road, Holcombe Brook, Ramsbottom, BL0 9TA, UK Bury
+44 (0)1204 882304


The school was opened in 1967 and is situated on the outskirts of Bury, occupying a pleasant site with commanding views toward Holcombe Hill and the surrounding countryside.

The buildings consist of a main school with seven teaching rooms, hall and administrative block, plus four teaching rooms at the rear of the main building. There is also a purpose built Computer Suite and Library containing 18 networked computer stations with safe internet access. The building is maintained to a high standard both internally and externally. There is also a large playground and plenty of outside space for Physical Education and other activities.


  • To value and respect other people’s views, beliefs, cultures and religions, both in school and in the wider community, promoting equality and encouraging all children to become responsible citizens;
  • To work as a team with parents, children, staff, governors and the community, maintaining good relationships within and outside school;
  • To provide an interesting and stimulating curriculum that is relevant and accessible to everyone;
  • To provide an environment that enables children to fulfil their potential, an environment that is:
    • Caring;
    • Stimulating;
    • Intellectually and emotionally secure and
    • Physically safe and secure in which to work and learn.

The school aims to provide a broad, balanced, relevant curriculum to meet the needs of each individual pupil.

A major part of the teaching time is allocated to the core subjects of English, Mathematics and Science. In addition, the foundation subjects of History, Geography, Technology, Music, Art and Physical Education, and R.E. are each taught to all age groups throughout the school.

The schemes of work in each subject area are based upon the guidelines laid down under the National Curriculum. R.E. follows the Local Authority Agreed Syllabus.


The school has a wide range of extra curricular activities. Children are encouraged to take part in activities, either during the lunch hour or after school.

The following are being run at present: football, netball, cricket, cross country, road relay, rounders, chess, choir, recorder, line dancing and badminton.

The football, netball, rounders, athletics, road relay, cross country and chess teams compete against other schools.

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