MESSAGE FROM THE HEADTEACHER, MRS ELLIE CLARK
Welcome to Cheetwood

On behalf of the governors, staff and children, I would like to warmly welcome you to Cheetwood Primary School.

Choosing the right school for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make as a parent. This website will showcase our school and give you a wealth of information to show you what a unique place Cheetwood is.

We are a small, diverse, community school and we pride ourselves on firmly holding the children’s best interests at the centre of everything we do. Our welcoming family environment means we know each and every child. The multicultural nature of the school population and its inner-city locality close to the heart of Manchester are a constant source of inspiration for the children’s learning.

Cheetwood is proud to be a Rights Respecting School and is committed to delivering the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child within school and beyond. The school has recently been awarded Bronze: Rights Committed.

We believe in the power of relationships and pride ourselves on the excellent ones we have with our parents, carers and the local community. Developing strong home school links is key to supporting our children.

We believe that all children deserve an excellent start on their educational journey. We welcome children from three years old into our nursery where we offer 30 hours free provision to all, regardless of eligibility.

Safeguarding is the golden thread that runs throughout our school. All staff are committed to ensuring children receive a high-quality education in a nurturing, inclusive environment and are well prepared for the next stage of life, both academically and holistically.

I look forward to welcoming you to our school.

Mrs Ellie Clark, Headteacher

Please take time to fill in the Parent View Survey on the Ofsted website. You can find it by clicking on the link below.

Important Dates

Tues 2nd January 2024
9.00am

Staff Training Day

Wed 3rd January 2024
9.00am

School opens – school gates open 8.40am 

Thurs 11th January 2024
9.00am

Dodgeball – Team of Years 5/6 children
(Away at Co-op Academy)

Tue 16th January 2024
2.00pm

Water Aid Assembly – children only
Year 6 workshop

Fri 19th January 2024
9.00am

Online Safety Parent workshop – 9am

Tues 23rd January 2024

Author Visit – Y6 children only

Thu 25th January 2024
3.00pm

Basketball Competition – Team of Years 5/ 6 children (Away at our Lady RC)

Fri 2nd February 2024
3.20pm

NSPCC Number Day

Tues 6th February 2024
All day

Safer Internet Day

Mon 5th – Thurs 8th February 2024
3.00pm

Year 6 Mock SATs week

Fri 9th February 2024

Writing Parent Workshop – 9am

Tues 13th February 2024
3.00pm

Governors in School day

Wed 14th February 2024

Language Development Parent Workshop – Early Years Parents – 9am

Thurs 15th February 2024
3.00pm

EYFS African Drumming Workshop – children only

Fri 16th February 2024
Last day of half term – School closes at 3.20pm

School closed Monday 19th February – Friday 23rd February

Mon 26th February 2024
9.00am

School opens – gates open at 8:40am

Mon 26th February 2024

Reception hearing and vision checks

Wed 28th Feb – 6th March 2024
Book via child’s class teacher

Parents meetings
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Thurs 29th February 2024
9.00am

Year 6 SATs Parent workshop – 9am

Fri 8th March 2024
2.15pm

International Woman’s Day Celebration – More information to follow

Wed 20th March 2024
3.00pm

Rights Respecting Schools Silver Accreditation Visit

Tues 26th March 2024
Open afternoon – Learning in Action (Reception – Yr6) – 2:45pm

arents enter via Waterloo Road/ Pick up from classrooms for all children at 3:20pm

Thu 28th March 2024

Easter Bonnet Parade – children only

Thurs 28th March 2024
School closes at 2pm

Last day of term

At Cheetwood Community Primary School we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff, visitors and volunteers to share this commitment.

Safeguarding Notice

At Cheetwood Community Primary School we are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expect all staff, visitors and volunteers to share this commitment.