Belong - Learn - Shine
Blackshaw Lane Primary school is a place where the community, governors, staff, parents and pupils work together to ensure all children receive a rich, inspiring, dynamic education.
Blackshaw Lane create a happy, secure and safe environment that encourages children to be effective learners. The school ensure that every child has opportunities to learn what it takes to be an all-round good citizen and achieve the life skills to succeed in modern Britain and beyond.
Address: Blackshaw Lane Primary & Nursery School Blackshaw Lane Heyside Royton Oldham OL2 6NT
Phone: 0161 770 6711
Headteacher: Mrs Beverley O’Neill
Education at Canon Burrows is based on the premise that each person is made in the image of God and is special, precious and unique. Each person has the right to develop morally, spiritually, academically and physically to his or her full potential and will do so, given the right educational context which is provided at Canon Burrows.
Address: Canon Burrows Church of England Primary School, Oldham Road, Ashton-under-Lyne, Tameside, OL7 9ND
Phone: 0161 330 4755
Headteacher: Miss S Fildes
School motto: Where everyone matters.
Fir Banks vision is to provide a happy, caring, nurturing and stimulating environment with high expectations for all to achieve their fullest potential.
Through a wide range of experiences and opportunities, Fir Banks children will develop a deeper understanding of the world and become respectful and responsible citizens.
Address: Fir Bank Primary School, Grasmere Road, Royton, Oldham, Greater Manchester,OL2 6SJ
Phone: 0161 624 9577
Headteachers: Mrs R McLaughlin & Mr R Walker
School Motto: A Family committed to making a difference.
Although Friezland Primary School are one of Oldham’s smallest primary schools, they set high expectations and their pupils achieve well in many different areas of school life. Pupils move on from Friezland feeling prepared and ready to achieve even further because they experience a broad and balanced curriculum; effective transition arrangements; supportive families and governors; experienced and caring staff; pastoral support and most importantly, their own self-confidence and belief is strong.
Address: Friezland Primary School Church Road Greenfield Oldham OL3 7LN
Phone: 01457 872601
Headteacher: Racheal Swaby
Hey With Zions vision is rooted in John 10v10, Jesus said "I have come that they may have life, and have it to the full”.
Hey With Zion are proud of their high academic standards, but also understand that there is so much more to a child’s education – such as the development of their personality and character, learning to respect others and themselves, and to expect the best of themselves and of each other.
Ofsted said "the school continues to go from strength to strength… (and that the pupils) flourish, both academically and in their personal development."
Address: Rowland Way, Oldham, Lancashire, OL4 3LQ
Phone: 0161 770 4888
Headteacher: Andrew Clowes
Horton Mill Community Primary School aim to provide a friendly atmosphere of trust and co-operation to ensure all children achieve the highest standards in their learning. The school encourage and value parental and family participation in the life of the school, develop skills and attitudes to enable our children to become actively involved in their own learning and provide a rich, stimulating and diverse curriculum whilst recognising each child’s uniqueness and worth in the world.
Address: Horton Mill Community Primary School Southlink (off Glodwick Road) Oldham OL4 1GL
Phone: 0161 770 5870
Headteacher: Mrs Z Cook
Aspire - Care - Enquire
Mills Hill instils a passion for learning for the whole school family through enquiring minds and caring hearts to achieve personal excellence, whilst finding opportunities too continually improve for the future in a caring and inclusive environment which promotes co-operative, respectful and nurturing relationships, where all school life is safe and fun.
Address: Mills Hill School, Baytree Avenue, Chadderton, Oldham OL9 0NH
Phone: 0161 624 1133
Headteacher: Mr Ian Mason
Enjoying Learning / Achieving Success
At Royton Hall Primary and Nursery School, the school provide a safe, nurturing environment to ensure every child is equipped with the skills needed to reach their full potential within school and beyond. They teach children to be respectful, independent and creative and encourage them to persevere when faced with challenges, instilling a culture of valuing each other and ourselves in an atmosphere of trust, tolerance and enjoyment.
- Royton Hall Play On The Pitch Experience Story September 2021 - HERE
Address: Royton Hall Primary School High Barn Street Royton Oldham Lancashire OL2 6RW
Phone: 0161 770 1529/1525
Headteacher: Miss T Wood
St Annes Royton provide a broad and rich curriculum, presented in an interesting, exciting and imaginative manner. Providing teaching and learning of the highest quality through maximising opportunities for first hand experience, practical work, investigation and learning through play. Helping pupils develop lively, enquiring minds, the ability to argue rationally and apply themselves to tasks.
Address: St. Anne’s C.E. (Aided) Primary School, Ormerod Avenue, Royton, Oldham, OL2 5DH
Phone: 0161 624 9885
Headteacher: Mrs Sue Holt
St Paul’s is an inclusive, welcoming, happy, thriving learning family community where Christian Values are at the heart of our Mission where, ‘Together we grow, Love to Learn, Shine and Make a Difference!’
St Paul's Primary School have a desire to Inspire and be inspired by others; Be excited to learn by being motivated through various experiences and Embrace the ever-changing landscape of our communities, lifestyles and future developments and actively contribute to making a difference for others and grow together in love.
Address: St. Paul's C.E. Primary School Hindle Drive Royton Oldham OL2 5LU
Phone: 0161 624 9019
Headteacher: Mrs Hilary Henderson
Respect / Challenge / Perseverance / Happiness
Werneths Primary Schools vision is for:
- High expectations to be met or surpassed in every lesson, every day
- To nurture children’s curiosity about the world around them and develop lifelong learners.
- To develop learners’ knowledge, vocabulary, skills and conceptual understanding through a curriculum that is designed to meet the needs of Werneth Primary School children.
Their mission is to fulfil a pledge to all pupils, staff and parents to:
- Provide a pioneering, progressive curriculum, consistently delivered by skilled practitioners, that develops children’s knowledge, vocabulary, skills and conceptual understanding.
- Prioritise high attainment levels for every pupil, regardless of their starting point, by putting progress at the heart of every lesson, every day.
- Broaden pupils’ vocabulary, communication skills and cultural capital so that they become confident learners and make a meaningful contribution to society.
- Empower staff to overcome the barriers to learning that a child may face.
- Treat parents as partners in our community so that they can be actively involved in their child’s learning and development.
- Educate the whole child through cultural, sporting and creative opportunities that develop the core characteristics and skills that will enable children to flourish now and in later life.
- Harness the school’s heritage as an established part of our local community- being a hub that people are proud of, engage with and actively participate in.
Address: Werneth Primary School Coppice Street Oldham OL8 4BL
Phone: 0161 770 5333
Principal: Mr J Bell
Read / Achieve / Succeed
The Read, Achieve, Succeed initiative was launched across The Harmony Trust in December 2016. The aim was to raise the profile of reading across the Trust and develop a lifelong love of reading within our children and to ensure that all Westwood Academy children make excellent progress in reading, regardless of their need or circumstance.
Westwood are very proud of their school and all of the children. They set high expectations for all our pupils and strive to ‘be the best we can be’ in all aspects of life. The school has have a driving determination that everyone, children and staff, can reach their full potential.
Address: Middleton Road, Oldham, Lancashire, OL9 6BH
Phone: 0161 627 4257
Principal: Miss S Wimperis
As a 2-11 Primary Academy, Willowpark educate and nurture every child ensuring they acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes to be successful in the future, enabling them to make a positive contribution to their community. Through effective teaching and a curriculum designed to ensure that every child in the academy is provided with high quality learning opportunities and experiences, the school work in close partnership with parents, South Pennine Academies and the local community in order to achieve the best education for the children.
Address: Willowpark Academy, Vulcan St Oldham, OL1 4LJ
Phone: 0161 3595699
Website link: https://www.willowparkacademy.org/
Principal/Headteacher: Louise Hayes
Enjoy - Thrive - Aspire
At Woodlands, the children are at the heart of every decision, whether it be for their safety, enjoyment or academic achievement. Woodlands believe in the holistic development of the child including teaching character such as respect, kindness and honesty as well as learner attributes such as responsibility, resilience and emotional well-being.
Through the schools wider curriculum, the school aim to inspire a life-long love and interest in sport, music, language and the outdoors and encourage excellence, creativity and inspire children to be the best that they can become.
- Woodlands Visit Boundary Park to take part in Navigate! - HERE
Address: Woodlands Primary Academy Broadbent Road, Oldham OL1 4HU
Phone: 0161 359 5698
Principal: Catherine Sharpe