Children Sing at Light Up Alderley Edge



Oliver Dunn makes (and eats - well the Y6 did!!) chocolate with the Year 6 children


Year 6 started their new topic of 'Where Does Chocolate Come From?' with a visit from local chocolatier Oliver Dunn.

He taught them all about how chocolate is made, where it comes from and how chocolatiers work with the chocolate to create all sorts of different shapes and treats. 

All the children were able to decorate their own chocolate and sampled the end products. Well... it would have been rude not to! 



The Book Fair is Coming!

Last year we raised over £400 to help supplement home reading books and guided reading books in Key Stage 1.

Please help us to raise even more this year by visiting the book fair after school in the school hall from Monday 24th - Wednesday 26th November.

Great titles this year include "The Scarecrows Wedding" by Julia Donaldson, "Awful Auntie" by David Walliams"

and of course last year's favourite "Minecraft: The Complete Handbook Collection."


Congratulations to the Girls' Football Team

They won all their matches and therefore went on to win the Wilmslow Schools Football Tournament.

They were absolutely brilliant!!  Well done!!





Mr Perry is supporting Movember in support of research in to cancer

Many thanks for all the support that has been given already.

The children have all had great fun designing the style of moustache that Mr Perry may have by the end of November.

Please click on the Moustache below to see some of them!!

Click HERE to donate


Year 2 Football Team

Well done to the Year 2 Football Team who played 3 matches recently - winning two and losing one.

They played brilliantly and Mr Sivewright was pleased to see how they played better and better from one game to another.

The team looked fantastic in their new kit which was supported by parents and sponsored by PFC.

Many thanks to them for their generous support.



Year 6 Project with Wilmslow High School

As part of the 100th Anniversary commemorations of the start of WW1 the Year 6 children have linked up with WHS.

The children have been researching and completing work in class which is now on display at the High School.

Bonfire Night @ Alderley Edge Community Primary School

(Picture of the Bonfire on the night)

Many thanks for your support and well done again to Sue Pilkington and all the Helpers who made this a fantastic event!!

Initial estimates put the figure raised at approximately £4,500 - well done and thanks.

The funds rasied will be used to support the improved IT infrastructure in school so improving children's access to IT.


Improved Access for All



We hope this improvement will and has brought huge benefits for everybody.


New Lunchtime Menu and Price List Launched

Click HERE to see it.

Further Lunchtime Catering information can be found by clicking on the School Office tab above.


Website Update

The website will soon get updated and changed - most of the information is up to date but some links may stop working.


Message from the Department for Education

Ebola Virus - Advice for Schools, Colleges, Childcare and Residential Settings

The government is closely monitoring the spread of the Ebola virus in West Africa, and is taking action at home and abroad.

The overall risk of Ebola to the UK remains low. However we understand that people may be concerned where there are children, students or staff returning from or visiting Ebola-affected countries.

Public Health England (PHE), in conjunction with the Department for Education, has produced advice for schools, colleges, childcare and residential settings to ensure people are properly informed about the Ebola virus. This can be found on GOV.UK.

Please share this advice with your staff and cascade as appropriate.

Advice for parents/guardians

Parents/guardians should not be unduly worried about the possibility of their children catching the Ebola Virus. You may wish to use the following key points from the Public Health England advice to reassure them:

The risk of Ebola arriving in the UK is low and to date there have been no cases of Ebola Virus Disease being contracted in the UK.

Any person arriving in the UK having travelled from any Ebola affected countries will be screened. If they are free of symptoms they are not infectious so there should be no restrictions on their school attendance or normal activities.

It is not possible to catch Ebola from a person who is not showing signs of being infected. It can only be caught by direct contact with the blood or body fluids of a person who is ill with the disease.

There is no reason why your children should not continue to attend school or their early years setting as normal.

Further information on the Government's response to the Ebola virus can be found on GOV.UK.



Dog Trust

Year 5 were involved in a visit from a volunteer from the dogs trust (and his owner!)

The session was designed to teach the childrn how to behave responsibly around dogs, what to do if you're scared and how to approach a dog you don't know.

More information can be found by clicking on the following link -