Crab Lane Community Primary School

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25th September 16


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Crab Lane photos,
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are added.

 

Classroom doors open at 8.40am & school starts at 8.55am.
 
 

In March 2016, we beat our record monthly hits with 19,125 visits, thank you for visiting the Crab Lane website.

Week ending Sunday 18.9.16.
we had 5,014 visits to our website.
 
As the headteacher at Crab Lane Community Primary School, I am very proud of all the children who attend our school and all of their achievements.
I am also proud to note the commitment that all parents and staff have to the children and the school.
 
Amongst the pages of our website you will be able to learn about some of the activities that happen in our school. You will be able to see a celebration of our children's work and all the information needed to support your child.
 
I do hope that you enjoy learning more about Crab Lane and hope that you will take the time to post a comment. We are always trying to improve, and with your help we can do so.
Ms. P. Adams


AIM AND ETHOS OF THE SCHOOL
We are a Community Primary School with a Nursery,
our children are aged 3 to 11 years old.

At Crab Lane Primary School we aim to educate children and let them receive as wide a range of activities and experiences as possible to ensure an interesting varied and challenging curriculum. In formulating this policy we aim to ensure the following
•  Every child in the school is treated equally.
•  The trips and events can be planned long term to fit in the curriculum and school year.
•  The trips are enjoyable and rewarding.
•  The trips are easy to plan and organise.
•  Every child shall leave school with a similar experience.
•  The trips are free of compulsory charge to all children and no child, parent or guardian need feel obliged to contribute to the cost.
•  Our school is attractive to prospective parents.


MISSION STATEMENT
“At Crab Lane we create a safe and caring environment which celebrates and respects everybody. Working as a team, we value our partnerships with parents, governors and the community.

We will challenge everybody to achieve their full potential:
Be the best person you can!”

We will do this by:
  Building confidence and resilience
•  Taking risks
•  Developing ambition and aspiration
•  Trusting and respecting each other
•  Looking after each other and our environment.

 
NOTICE TO PARENTS/CARERS
No dogs allowed on school grounds, except guide dogs.
Please use the designated path for entry into school.
The car park should not be used as a short cut at any time, this includes climbing over fences.
Thank you.
Headteacher: Ms. Pat Adams
Crab Lane Community Primary School,
Crab Lane, Higher Blackley, Manchester M9 8NB.
Telephone: 0161 740 2851    Fax: 0161 795 0289.

admin@crablane.manchester.sch.uk