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Lytham Hall Park Primary School
South Park, FY8 4QU, UK Lytham St Annes
+44 (0)1253 738864


The school is housed in a modern building with semi open plan style classrooms and beautiful grounds. The infant classrooms open onto a large school playground marked with ideas for imaginative play.

Over the past four years the school has been developed and extended to improve the quality of teaching and learning. All classrooms have interactive whiteboards and there is a large computer suite for whole class teaching. There are a bank of laptops provided for pupils to use their skills developed in the computer suite within the classroom environment.


  • For all children to acheive their best work in all subjects and in all aspects of school life.
  • For everyone in school to be respectful, friendly and welcoming towards each other and visitors to the school.
  • To be kind, caring and helpful to each other.
  • To develop links between home,school and the local community. To get people in the community involved with the things we do in school.
  • To be careful with money and to use it to provide good accommodation and surroundings for everyone to use and enjoy


The school curriculum follows the National Curriculum with an education relevant for today's society. Children are taught in eight classes. Key Stage 1 consists of four infant classes which all have Teaching Assistants who assist the class teacher. Key Stage 2 covers four junior classes taught by four teachers and their Teaching Assistants who support delivery of teaching.

All children cover the core subjects of Literacy, Numeracy and Science. They also study the foundation subjects of History, Geography, Information Technology, Design and Technology, Physical Education, Art and Design, Music, Religious Education and Personal, Social, Citizenship and Health Education (PSCHE).Many of these subjects are taught cross curricular and through a themed approached.


  • ART
  • CLUB
  • YOGA


Lytham Hall Park Nursery School is an Independent unit within the setting of the main school and is managed by the governers of the school.

Whilst having its own outdoor play area and equipment, the Nursery also benefits from having access to the beautiful grounds surrounding the school and the infant playground with its Adventure Play Area. It also has access to other facilities such as the school hall, and the children enjoy attending school assemblies on special occasions. The Foundation Stage of the National Curriculum is closely followed, but all learning is play based, using a combination of planned activities, free play and exploration.

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