Welcome to St. Aidan’s Primary School.

We are a busy and friendly school, with lots going on. On January 1st 2015 we converted to an academy and became part of Cidari – Blackburn Diocese Multi Academy Trust.

This website aims to give you a flavour of the school, as well as providing up to date information for parents, pupils and the wider community. St. Aidan’s has the highest academic aspirations and, at the same time, maintains a caring, family orientated culture, with a high level of pastoral care.  We are a school that encourages and celebrates a love of learning, where each pupil is known and cared about as an individual.  We have created not only a school but a community of pupils, parents and teachers brought together by their shared dedication and relentless commitment to doing whatever it takes to ensure every child reaches his or her full potential.

Our school is a calm, purposeful environment that embraces all learners.  We have the highest expectations for each and every member of our school community.  Our teachers and support staff are dedicated, high performing professionals who go the extra mile in order to make a difference to our pupils’ lives.

Our curriculum is rich, innovative and varied.  It seeks to provide our pupils with opportunities to see life outside of their immediate environment and to give them life-changing opportunities.  Our approach is to teach a skills and knowledge based curriculum as we believe in challenging and developing our pupils’ ability to think independently, enabling them to transfer their learning to all aspects of their life; thus preparing them for the future.  Reading, writing and maths are seeded throughout the curriculum work. Learning is purposeful.


Mrs Deborah Greenwood 

Latest News

21 Dec

End of term progress award winners

Today it was our end of term progress awards. Well done to the children who have made the most progress in reading, writing and maths. Your hard work is really paying off. Keep it up!

21 Dec

Calder win end of term treat from Ninja Coffee!

Yesterday Calder won the end of term treat for having the most Dojo points. This treat included a hot chocolate with marshmallows, cream and a chocolate lolly from the Ninja Coffee Company. I think you can tell by their winning faces that this treat was very much enjoyed. Well done yellow team! 

21 Dec

Success in selection box raffle

The grand total of £221 has been raised for our annual selection box raffle. The funds will be used to further improve school and our resources. Thank you to everyone who has bought a raffle ticket!

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