About Us

School Times:

Nursery: Start: 9.00am Finish: 3.05pm
Reception & Key Stage 1: Start 8.50am Finish 3.05pm
Key Stage 2: Start 8.50am Finish 3.10pm

Please ensure you bring your child to school on time so that learning can begin promptly. Punctuality and attendance are closely monitored by our Parent Support Advisers and the Headteacher.

Breakfast Club

Breakfast club starts at 8.00am and costs £1.00 per child for working parents. Please contact the office if you would like your child to attend Breakfast Club as there may be a waiting list.

After School Club

We have an after school club which runs from 3.05pm until 5.45pm – The cost is £6 for the first child and £5 for each sibling. Please contact the office if you would like to apply for a place.

Uniform

Our school uniform consists of a red sweatshirt or cardigan, which can be purchased from the school office, this is worn with a white polo shirt and either black trousers or skirt. Please ensure that children wear sensible shoes suitable for school.

Dinner Money

The current cost of a school dinner is £11.00 per week (£2.20 per day) this is payable on a Monday morning, please send in an envelope clearly marked with your child’s name.

If you prefer you can pay for your childrens’ meals online using the School Gateway 

If you think you are entitled to free school meals please ask at the office for a claim form. You can find out about school meals from the Manchester Fayre Website.

Attendance

If your child is unable to attend school, please let us know by telephone. If we do not receive a message on the first day of absence one of our Parent Support Advisers will telephone you to ascertain why your child is absent.

Please let us know in advance if your child has a doctor’s or dentist appointment, we would appreciate it if these appointments can be made during the holidays or after school where possible.

We run a reward scheme for pupils who attain 100% attendance each half term.

Lily Lane Primary School Attendance Policy for Parents 

Attendance Percentages – what is good attendance?

 

Holidays

Government guidelines which came into force from 1st September 2013 state that schools are unable to grant permission for holidays during term time. Holidays taken during term time may result in a penalty notice and fine.