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Little Bollington C of E Primary School

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Little Bollington CofE Primary School can be found just on the outskirts of Lymm and Altrincham. With a backdrop of farmers' fields and Holy Trinity Church, this rural setting is a truly idyllic place for learning and growth. With mixed age classes throughout the school, Little Bollington is home to just under 100 children. The school caters for a diverse range of pupils, brought together through Christian values and a love of learning. Little Bollington joined the Chester Diocese Academy Trust family in May 2020 as a converter academy.

Little in name, but not in heart. We are fiercely proud of the teaching and learning environment that we have created here at Little Bollington; where our pupils are resourceful and determined, ready for any challenge and able to overcome any obstacle. Our curriculum is carefully designed to hone skills and develop knowledge from EYFS to KS2, with a thread of high-quality literature tying together the foundation and core subjects throughout our children's journey through the school. We are renowned for our nurturing approach, adaptive teaching and bringing out the best in our children; providing them with the skills needed to become independent, curious, confident and ready to take their next step in education.

School Vision

Through Faith, we are changing our lives for the better, forever

School Mission Statement

We aim:

  • To provide a caring, Christian ethos where children and adults can learn and develop with confidence, creating a lifelong love of learning.
  • To place teamwork and co-operation at the heart of the school.
  • To create stimulating and dynamic environment in which individuals feel safe and secure and are confident, adaptable and well balanced.
  • To encourage and welcome the church and wider school community into the daily life of the school.
  • To encourage everyone to show care, courtesy, respect and consideration to all, in an atmosphere of mutual trust and co-operation and understand their responsibility to others and the world around them.
  • To value creativity, individuality and initiative in a culture of praise and encouragement.
  • To develop spiritual awareness and a sense of awe and wonder in their lives and in God’s creation.
  • To foster attitudes of pride, self-esteem and motivation enabling individuals to gain independence and self-discipline and achieve their full potential
  • To provide a broad, balanced and differentiated curriculum which is stimulating and exciting and meets the needs of all individuals.
  • To provide equality of opportunity for all and value diversity.
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