See our E-safety folder under the Information tab for some great tips to help keep your child safe this Christmas.      

At Chinley Primary School we all Aim High – To Be the Best That We Can Be.

Chinley Primary School

“At Chinley School we aim high and follow our interests and dreams, whatever they may be.”

On behalf of the staff and Governors I would like to welcome you to Chinley School. Here at Chinley we believe that every learner should be given the best opportunity possible to follow their interests and dreams, whatever they may be. Our strength lies in the care which we try to give to every child and with the way in which the children care for and support one another. We enjoy calm classrooms and corridors where purposeful learning can take place, supplemented by exciting outdoor learning experiences in our lovely grounds, regular enrichment days, sports, music and drama activities as well as visits and visitors to supplement the children’s learning. We are very proud of the achievements of every child who attends our school be that academically, musically, sporting or simply in the way in which they represent our school community. We want every child to leave Chinley School confident, happy and well prepared for the future. Peter Lambert, Headteacher.

We helped! #justonetree 213 seeds will be chosen and planted. Once the next rainy season is upon us, our seedlings will be transported to their carefully selected new homes, they will then be planted and nurtured. Follow the total number of trees grow:

Let the competition begin! Tune in between 08.30 and 3.30 until 17/12 to hear the children sing. Our school could win £500! Winner announced on 24/12 with the winning carol being played in full on Christmas Day at 09.30 am. #UseYourVote #ChristmasCarols #singing

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Everyone at Chinley Primary School is committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of all the children in our care. We take safeguarding very seriously. If you are worried about a child, don’t wait. Contact Mr Lambert or Mrs Glover in confidence, who are the designated lead teachers for safeguarding in school.

Further information about our policies and procedures with regards to safeguarding can be found in the “Information” section under safeguarding.