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Littleborough Community Primary School
Calderbrook Road, OL15 9HW, UK Littleborough
+44 (0)1706 378556


Littleborough Community Primary School is a 2 form entry (60 places per year group) Primary school with a 52 place nursery. It is part of a unique campus which offers unrivalled opportunities for our children and the local community. One third of the site includes Community Leisure and Education Services which provides facilities for over 2000 people a week of all ages.

The buildings and facilities have undergone extensive remodelling and development. This has involved new signs, re-designed reception class, expanded car parking and new facilities in the courtyard and early year’s outdoor learning area. The school’s extensive hard surface play areas and main car park have been completely resurfaced and an attractive mural by Wardle High School painted on the gymnasium wall. New storage areas have been created for the increased provision play equipment for breaks and lunchtimes as part of the refurbished staircases. Significant investments have been made in completely refurbished toilets, drinking facilities and replacement doors and windows. Our facilities are unrivalled within the East Rochdale/Pennine area.


Our school seeks to provide an open, warm and caring environment forming a partnership between parents, teachers, children and the community. Each child’s skills and abilities are valued and developed to their full potential. We have high expectations of every child, irrespective of ability, race or gender.

All children are encouraged to understand that they have a responsibility to themselves, each other, their families, the school, and the community. We ask for and expect the highest standards of work and behaviour by celebrating achievement and through a clear code of conduct.

We believe that our partnership with you will ensure that your children will develop into confident, independent and co-operative individuals, with all the skills, concepts attitudes necessary to achieve success in later life.


The National Curriculum is the minimum entitlement of all pupils aged 5-16. It consists of the core subjects of English, Mathematics and Science and the foundation subjects of Design and Technology, ICT, History, Geography, Art, Music, P.E/Games/Movement and Religious Education.

The revised framework for the core subjects of Mathematics and English facilitates varied flexible teaching methods for the daily lessons,which are differentiated for ability groups. As your child develops, the skills learned are readily applied across the whole curriculum.

The Foundation subjects are taught as topics which cover the National Curriculum Attainment Targets and are carefully planned to ensure continuity and progression. These topics are largely science or history based, and are taught in such a way that the knowledge and skills the children are learning can be applied to real and relevant situations.

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