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Limeside Primary School
Third Avenue, OL8 3SB, UK Oldham
+44 (0)161 681 1756


Limeside Primary School is situated on Limeside Estate in the Hollinwood area of Oldham. The school was built in 1931 and is thus housed in a large traditional red brick building.

The school has been adapted to accomodate disabled pupils. There are toilet/changing facilities on both floors, a lift, a disabled entrance and ramp facilities.

The school is co-educational and takes children from the normal primary school age range of 4 years to 11 years. In addition, our 30 place Nursery offers full-time places for children who are 3 years old at the start of the school year.The Nursery provision is within a Foundation Stage Unit.

The school offers a high quality before and after school club which opens from 7.30am until 8.50am and 3.15am - 6pm.


  • Imagine A stimulating place ringing with the sound of children's laughter.
  • See confident ,reflective and playful learners, filled with their own sense of purpose and self-belief. Watch as they enjoy the challenge of new experiences, pose questions and solve problems. Listen in, as they discuss the skills they are using and plan what they need to do next.
  • Admire the high levels of academic, sporting and artistic achievement, as everyone strives to be the best that they can. Notice how the needs, interests and talents of all, are valued and supported. Join us, in celebrating success at every level, as all learners discover and develop their own passions, potential and individuality.
  • Prepare to take some risks as you take part in the creative breadth of exciting curriculum experiences. Hear the buss of enthusiastic talk, generated by people of all ages learning from each other. See how learning extends beyond the school gates, to embrace the outdoor and wider community. Acknowledge, in particular , how learners draw appropriately on abundant ICT to enhance their achievements.
  • Enjoy the security and the harmony of a group of people who nurture and care for each other. Sense their respect for people from different backgrounds and cultures, for society and for the natural world.
  • Notice the exemplary behaviour, as learners assume responsibility for making choices and consider how their actions affect others. Watch as they are empowered to rise to any challenges in the future.
  • Sense everyone's pride in themselves, each other and their school.

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