Lisburne School is a Primary aged special school over three sites that caters for children with; Severe Learning Difficulties, Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties and those with Autistic Spectrum Conditions and Complex needs.
Children are placed in small class sizes with a high staff:pupil ratio. Staff are highly skilled and knowledgeable, developing expertise closely linked to the needs of the children in their classes. As well as the main site in Offerton, EYFS children are based at Hollywood Park and we have our younger children at Overdale in Romiley. Our new build plans to open in September 2022 when all three sites will merge.
Due to the situation with Covid-19 we are unfortunately unable to show any prospective new parents/ carers around school. We have therefore made a video to illustrate what Lisburne looks like and how we work together in school to support children’s learning and development. We will be happy to arrange a virtual meeting with parents/ carers to discuss your child’s individual needs. Please click here to view the video
Wellbeing Week 17th – 21st May 2021
As we all know, due to lockdown, it has sometimes been difficult during this last year for our children to participate in activities to support their health and wellbeing. Therefore, from Mon 17th – Fri 21st May, we will be holding our Wellbeing Week which will allow all children to participate in a range of exciting and fun activities supporting them to be healthy
Maths Week 2021
Our theme for Maths Week this year was THE LISBURNE OLYMPICS 2021 with a focus on all aspects of measure – length, weight, capacity, time and money. Throughout the week, the children took part in a range of fun and engaging activities to develop their knowledge and understanding of measure concepts through real life experiences. Through a variety of outdoor learning opportunities, the children
England Does the Daily Mile
On Friday 30th April 2021, schools across England will be taking part in the ‘England Does the Daily Mile’. The Daily Mile is a simple and free initiative which gets children out of the classroom every day, to run, jog or walk at their own pace. Whilst making children fitter, healthier and more able to concentrate in the classroom, it has huge social and