Our Vision

“Together we achieve”

Outstanding and inclusive education

We will provide an outstanding education, which is respectful of the diverse ethnicity, religion, families, educational needs and abilities of all our children.

Promoting Well-being

Our vision is that children are happy and engaged in their school. We will ensure that they know how to be healthy and are able to make good choices for themselves. We will support them to develop their own thoughts and express their feelings in a safe environment.

Aspirational and inspirational support from birth

We will work with parents and partners agencies to educate, develop and care for children from birth into high school. Our children will be inspired to achieve their full potential

Embracing Language and Communication

LCP will have a strong focus on language and communication and working with families to ensure children are confident communicators from an early age. We will celebrate and value all languages and recognise that communication and language is the foundation of children’s attainment.

Connecting to the wider world

The children and families at our school have settled in Longsight from all over the world. We will harness their experiences to ensure our school curriculum is outward looking.

Valuing and Engaging Parents and Children

Longsight Community Primary began as a vision of local parents and we will always have parents and children involved in all aspects of the school community. Their views will be listened to and valued.

Dear parent and carers,

On Thursday, 6 June our wonderful friend and treasured colleague Mrs Sadia Ahmed passed away.

Sadia was the life and soul of our school and she leaves behind a huge hole in the heart of Longsight Community Primary. Sadia was an amazing teacher and her children are a testament to her determination that all our children achieved their potential.

She was a wonderfully kind, open-hearted friend whose sense of humour still make us smile now even while we are all grieving. I know she welcomed all parents with open arms and that you will all miss her as much as we will. Please talk to your children about Mrs Ahmed as I know they may have questions. A book of condolence will be open this week for you to share your messages and memories.

We are heart-broken for the life not yet lived, but grateful for the life she did live. Rest in peace our beloved friend.

Mrs Rukhsana Ahmed and all the staff and friends of Longsight Community Primary.