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
Harvest Festival 2020
This week the children at Lisburne School celebrated our harvest festival. We used our skills in arts and crafts to create some beautiful collages of autumnal scenes and we took walks out in the community to look at the leaves turning orange, brown and yellow whilst falling from the trees. We learned about sharing and the importance of food and we also celebrated the
What we do at Lisburne School – Sensory Story
At Lisburne we feel it is important to share our knowledge with parents and carers and those wishing to understand more about the way we educate and communicate with the children of Lisburne School. Over the next few months we will be releasing a series of videos looking specifically at the teaching tools we use to develop, enhance and enrich our pupils’ education. Please
Welcome Back Autumn 2020
Dear Parents and Carers, A very warm welcome back~ we enjoyed seeing the children come back in to school, they were all excited to be in their new classes. The teachers and staff have worked hard over the last few months to ensure that classrooms and resources were ready for the children. As the autumn term starts, we know that the weather can be