Victorians at Tatton Hall

To help their Victorians topic come alive, Y1&2 visited Tatton Hall to experience how Victorian servants lived, how they should behave and the chores they were expected to perform. The children made beds, polished silver, scrubbed floors and prepared meals.


Mexican Day and The Mayans

Y5 had a Mexico Day to launch their new topic of learning all about the Mayans. The children explored Mayan artefacts and photographs, sampled tortilla chips with salsa and guacamole, played the Mexican bean game and limbo, created their own sombreros and even took part in some Mexican dancing. 

Christmas Performances

Children have been putting their hearts and souls into all the Christmas productions they have performed for their families. They have been an absolute joy to watch!  Afterwards, parents, grandparents and carers had a chance to get together for a chat and a cup of tea and mince pie in the school hall.

Science Outreach Project

Y5 took part in the project at Cheadle Hulme School.  They had an enlightening day investigating shadows, ordering planets in size and hunting for facts about space.

Week of  Wonder 2  –  Health and Well-being

The children had a fantastic week for our second week of wonder.  They loved mixing up classes to work with children of different ages, as well as moving around the school to engage in a range of keeping active sessions including yoga, zumba and mini athletics.  The children also looked at the food we eat: one group investigated how much sugar is in foods and another group made fruit salad.  Our work for anti-bullying week included work on celebrating difference, accepting people for who they are and knowing what is, and what is not bullying.  Our Pyjama Day finale today, raising money for Children in Need, was a success and a great opportunity for the children to learn about the importance of sleep.

Lum Head Remembers

We remembered the centenary of the end of WW1 in a special assembly and were joined by families, friends and some of our neighbours, some of whom shared family memorabilia from WW1. Remembering the sacrifice together was very moving and deepened the children’s understanding of the horrors endured.  Singing songs from WW1 helped us reflect on resilience and camaraderie, while placing the poppies we have made at the front of school gave each child an opportunity to personally mark the centenary of armistice 1918.   Thank you to all the children and to Ms Wynter and Ms Nolan for putting it all together. We hope you like our own poppy field.

Week of Wonder 1 – Black History

The children enjoyed their first Week of Wonder and have had some awesome experiences. The children were particularly excited about the work they did with DrumRoots, getting active with African drumming and dance. 

The Book Bus Came to Visit Our School

The children loved browsing through the books and choosing their favourites to read when the Book Bus came to school.

Maths Puzzle Day

Maths really is fun, as the children found out on our maths puzzle day.  They overcame lots of maths challenges and practised collaboration and communication skills, as well as problem solving.

Sports Day

Our Sports Day was well supported and the children did us proud!


Y6 Residential

The children had an absolutely wonderful time at PGL.  The children faced so many challenges and we are so proud of everything they achieved.  They took part in raft building, giant swing, trapeze, archery and much, much more. They were excellent representatives of our school and in summary: “We all had an absolute blast!” 

Y5 in London – An Unforgettable Day

Y5 had an amazing day in London.  They  travelled by train and underground and visited the Houses of Parliament, the London Eye and Downing Street and even managed to watch the RAF Centenary fly past above the Houses of Parliament – what a day to be in London!  The children had an unforgettable day and were a credit to the school.

Lum Head Choir at the Bridgewater Hall

Our choir performed Once Upon a Time by Lin Marsh at the Bridgewater Hall as part of the Greater Manchester Celebration Concert. They represented Stockport alongside other schools. The children also had the opportunity to watch a brass band, jazz orchestra, string orchestra, show choir and wind orchestra perform.  What an experience!