Lisburne School is a specialist provision in Stockport of 108 primary aged pupils with a range of complex learning needs. Lisburne was rated Outstanding by Ofsted in November 2016.
Our aim is to provide quality inclusive education for all pupils and access to the full range of National Curriculum subjects in a safe, caring environment where all achievement is valued and celebrated. Individual differences are acknowledged and pupils have access to stimulating, challenging and varied experiences, which promote communication, self-esteem, responsibility and independence.
We have a caring team of staff who are highly trained and experienced in dealing with a wide range of learning difficulties. We offer our children small class sizes, high levels of adult support and an environment where trained staff can offer a range of appropriate strategies to meet the complex needs of the pupils..…….Read More
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Lisburne School Signing Choir at MENCAP
Each year we go to Dialstone Methodist Church where we sing, sign and perform a variety of Christmas songs. The event supports the charity ‘Mencap’ which aims to value, listen and include people with learning disabilities in the UK. Well done to all the children who represented Lisburne at this event. Thank you to the organisers of the event for inviting us and to
Re-location and Expansion of Lisburne School
Further to our previous information sent out in September 2019 confirming the final decision to expand and re-locate Lisburne School, we would like to provide an update on process and programme. A number of meetings have taken place with the school’s Governing body and senior leadership team including two site visits to newly built schools and the focus is now placed on developing the
Last half term we enjoyed our first “Class Buddies” session. The aim of the session was for children from around school to be able to enjoy socialising and interacting with other children from around school, who they may not see on a regular basis. Across all of the sessions, the teachers commented on what a joy it was to watch the interactions and socialising