We aim to provide quality experiences in all aspects of school life, enabling the children to be happy, successful and keen to learn and helping them to grow into people who are fulfilled and equipped to make a positive contribution to society.
Across our learning community we create a happy and caring environment where all our children are valued and encouraged to do their best.
We support children to become independent learner through a range of creative and cross-disciplinary activities.
Our new school building was opened in 2015, and we’re fortunate enough to have new classrooms for our pupils to learn in.
Our committed staff, governors and volunteers all work together to provide the best they can for our children and their families.
School Closure Update – 1st June 2020
We will expand our provision for key worker children/vulnerable children to provide more places that are available from Monday 8th June.
We will begin a phased re-opening for some classes from Monday 15th June starting with pupils in year 6. All parents of eligible children will be contacted via email in due course.
Please click on the links below to find further information:
Resources for parents during Coronavirus pandemic
NSPCC advice and resources for parents
Update – information about when Acre Hall plans to open school to more children.
Social story for children returning to school
FAQ for Acre Hall parents about children returning to school
Parent Contract for when children return to school during Coronavirus pandemic
Please note that school will endeavour to provide emergency childcare as per government guidance for key worker and vulnerable children families in addition to other year groups as per our school wider opening plan, but in the event of significant staff absences school may have to close completely and emergency childcare will not be possible. If that is the case, please contact the council – see link below – who will contact other schools in the area to see if an emergency childcare place can be found at a different school.
There is a link on the Council website to support parents who require assistance to locate provision in light of a school closure. Queries should be raised on-line via the Family Information Service and the link is https://www.trafford.gov.uk/residents/contacts/secure/family-information-service.aspx The FIS will liaise with officers to provide a solution.