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Holy Trinity Stacksteads C E Primary School
Booth Road, Stacksteads, OL13 0QW, UK Bacup
+44 (0)1706 877025


The school was opened in September 1986 following the merger of Western County Primary and Tunstead C.E. Primary School. The school is a Voluntary Controlled Church of England Primary School in the state sector. It is part of Lancashire Education Authority, and falls within the Diocese of Manchester.

The school caters for children in the age range from 3 to 11 years of age. There is a Nursery Class attached to the school with a total of 52 part-time places available. Children enter the Reception Class at the age of 4 years. The school roll on 1st September 2005 was 236.


The school is committed to serve the town and parish by the provision of a balanced, high quality education in a caring environment where Christian values and good relationships among governors, staff, parents and pupils are fostered. Close links are encouraged with local churches and the wider community, and every family is invited to support all aspects of school life.


The school curriculum meets the requirements of the National Curriculum and other statutory requirements. The school delivers a curriculum that encompasses the Foundation Stage (3-5), Key Stage 1(5-7) and Key Stage 2 (7-11).

Subjects taught in the school are: Maths, English Science, Information and Communication Technology, Design Technology, Geography, History, Art, Music, P.E. and R.E.

All subjects are taught in class during the course of the year. Maths is taught through the National Numeracy Strategy framework on a daily basis and English is taught through the National Literacy Strategy framework, also on a daily basis.

Science, Information and Communication Technology (I.C.T.), R.E. and P.E. are taught through on-going topics throughout the school year.


The school has representative sports teams taking part in a range of events throughout the year, including football (boys and girls), netball, cricket, rounders, cross-country, athletics and swimming.

In addition in-school events such as sports days, cricket or football competitions are organised.

The school offers a comprehensive range of other extra-curricular opportunities for children including sports clubs, a craft club, ICT club, games club, book club and French club.

Curriculum enrichment visits are also made from time to time to concerts, shows and sporting events. In addition, the school offers an annual Residential Visit to North Wales for children in Year 5 and Year 6.

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