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Larkholme Primary School
Windermere Avenue, FY7 8QB, UK Fleetwood
+44 (0)1253 874024


It is our aim to provide your child with the skills necessary for future development- morally, socially, mentally and physically- by means of a broadly based curriculum and a stimulating, caring environment, to help them to develop the attitudes and responsibilities needed for communal living.

We endeavour to create a secure learning atmosphere, where each child is respected as an individual and encouraged to play a part in the care and organisation of our school. We feel that, like a family, staff and children must show mutual respect and that there must always be discipline with understanding. Children are always treated as individuals and encouraged to work at their own level, but, as our school sets high standards, your child will, through constructive criticism, develop new skills and should soon display a confident approach to most subjects. We feel most strongly, that EVERY CHILD, even if not academic, can give something towards the enrichment of our family, so we always use a positive approach to strengthen developing talents.


  • Every child should feel safe, happy, confident & valued while attending Larkholme Primary School.
  • Everyone in school, children & staff, should strive to ensure pupils do their best in all aspects of school life - academic, social, physical & creative.
  • Within the curriculum, Literacy & Numeracy are clear priorities, but all children are entitled to the full breadth of the National Curriculum.
  • Learning takes place best in an orderly environment, and everyone in school has a responsibility for maintaining a learning atmosphere.
  • Every child’s chance of success is enhanced by support from home. For this reason, parents are important members of the school community. They are welcomed into school and encouraged to engage actively in the home-school partnership.


Our aim is to develop every child's potential in all aspects of learning - academic, physical, aesthetic and social.

We believe that the best way to achieve this is through a broad curriculum, covering the full range of National Curriculum subjects. All subjects are important to the child's development and we aim to provide a wide range of educational activities and opportunities. Within this overall framework, however, literacy and numeracy are clear priorities and our timetabling allocates the majority of time to English and mathematics.

There is no one style of teaching that suits all children and all situations. We use a variety of methods and approaches, including whole-class teaching, grouping (both by ability and mixed-ability), and individual work. In all of these situations, the teacher is heavily involved in directing the children's work and is the key to successful learning.

The school has a detailed Teaching & Learning Policy, which you are welcome to view on request.

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