Spring 2022

It’s a Bugs Life! Creative Week March 2022 and World Book Day

What a fantastic creative week we had last week, the children explored mini beasts using a wide variety of sensory strategies and got fully immersed in their learning through drama and their love for reading.  Classes focused their weeks around non-fiction books and the children explored these books in a range of creative ways.  The work the children have produced is amazing!

We hope our families enjoyed being able to come back in to visit classes; it was so lovely to see our parents and carers getting fully stuck in with our creepy crawly fun!


Lisburne School New Build Update Feb. 2022

Dear parents/ carers

We wanted to share some information regarding our new school building. We are regularly meeting with the team to develop the school to meet the needs of all our pupils and ensure we have input into the way the school will be set up.

Construction of the new site, on Fairway Road, is well underway.

Steelwork installation has been completed for all three of the teaching blocks and the floors are currently being put in. The next step is for the roof to be finished and then the walls, which will allow builders/ contractors to start on the internal work…

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Welcome Back – Spring Term 2

Dear parents and carers,
We want to welcome everyone back and we hope you had a restful week despite the wild
weather! It has been lovely to see the children return to school rested and ready for another busy
As always at this time of year could we please ask that you make sure your child comes into school
each day with an appropriate coat, jumper/ fleece and shoes. Please can you make sure all items
of clothing including jumpers, hats and gloves are labelled with your child’s name as these things
can go missing easily. In the case of severe weather warnings please keep an eye on the school
website, Class Dojo & Tapestry for information regarding possible school closure.

What we do at Lisburne: Occupational Therapy – Sensory Circuits

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. 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 find below our most recent video in this series: “Occupational Therapy: Sensory Circuits”. If you wish to find out more please contact your class teacher or your Family Liaison.

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Lisburne School Focusses Spring Term 2021-2022

Each year at Lisburne we identify focus areas of the curriculum.  This year in English, we are focusing on our early writing skills, in Maths we are looking at problem solving using technology and in PSHE we are focusing on reconnecting as a school and within our community.  Below is a video explaining how each of our focuses have been broken down for Spring Term. If you have any questions regarding our three main focusses for this term then please do not hesitate to contact your class teacher on Tapestry or Class Dojo.

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Welcome Back – Happy New Year 2022

Dear parents and carers,
We want to welcome everyone back and wish you a Happy New Year! We hope that you have had a good break and managed to spend time with your friends and families. The children have come back to school enthusiastic to continue with their learning and we are excited for what the term ahead holds in store. Our classes will be continuing to access their life skills curriculum in the community and a number of classes have some lovely trips planned for this term…


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Lisburne School

Half Moon Lane, Offerton, Stockport, Cheshire, SK2 5LB

Samantha Benson | Headteacher

0161 483 5045 admin@lisburneschool.stockport.sch.uk

About us

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.