Dear Parents and friends of Armitage,
Welcome to Armitage CE Primary School's website.
Armitage CE Primary School is a successful primary school situated roughly 2 miles from the centre of Manchester. It serves a rich and diverse community. At its heart is the community that the school serves.
Armitage CE Primary School is a warm, welcoming school which is committed to the welfare and pastoral care of its children. The staff aim to bring out the best in each child and have high expectations of achievement and behaviour. We are always looking at ways to provide a wide range of curricular and extra-curricular activities to prepare our young people for life.
Armitage CE Primary School provides the ideal setting for children to develop as individuals, to grow in confidence and to be responsible members of the school, its community and the larger community of Manchester and beyond.
We trust that your child will feel secure in the caring environment which we endeavour, at all times, to create. We also hope that the partnership between the family at home and at school will provide a strong foundation for the children to grow and develop to their full potential.
Hopefully, the website will have given you a flavour of our school - please contact the school if you would like any further information.
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Information for Parents/Carers and Visitors.
We aim for everyone in our School Community…
To embrace a modern outlook of cultural diversity in our school whilst celebrating British beliefs and values.
To engage children in their learning, fostering a desire for knowledge and information.
To inspire children to believe in themselves and believe that they can stand up and make a difference.
To promote equality and create opportunities for everyone through fairness and tolerance.
To be part of the local community in order to develop a dynamic interaction between home, school, residents and parish to ensure children are prepared for life in the wider community.
To use positive communication to promote friendship, co-operation and trusting relationships.
To develop an understanding of religious integrity, forgiveness, honesty and respect in order to encourage everyone to ‘Aim High’.