Our Harvest gifts
Our Harvest Festival this year was on Friday 17th October
This year we are supporting the charity ‘Barnabus’.
‘Barnabus’ has been running for over twenty years and provides support to the homeless and most vulnerable people in Manchester and the surrounding areas.
Barnabus has a Beacon Drop-in-Centre, which is situated in Manchester City Centre. It is open 5 days and 3 nights a week and offers clean clothing, blankets, hot showers and toiletry packs.
The donations and gifts we received have been fantastic, and we would like to say a 'BIG THANK YOU' on your very kind continued support and help,
Ofsted 2014 - 'This is a good school'
Behaviour and safety is good This is a harmonious school
Pupils display a thirst for learning Leadership & management is good
Teaching Assistants provide high quality support
The most able make outstanding progress...particularly in maths
Teaching in Y5 & 6 is outstanding
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About Sedgley Park Community Primary School
Sedgley Park Community Primary School was first opened 1932. The School comprises of a Foundation Stage Unit, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 classes. It also has a neighbouring Surestart Children's Centre.
There is one large playground, a field and a ball zone. Within the school is an enclosed area for the foundation unit and a garden area with a pond which is regularly visited by a pair of ducks! The field also encompasses an adventure trail with specialist play equipment.
Sedgley Park is a community school for children aged 3-11. The school is in the southern part of Bury and borders the local authorities of Salford and Manchester. We encourage links with our surrounding community and respect the wide range of values, cultures and beliefs within it.