Primary School


Welcome to Livingstone Primary School.

At Livingstone we truly believe that every child in our school deserves the best possible chance in life. Our role is to provide that start that sets them up to achieve as well as they can in the future. For us this is about providing the best possible education and ensuring that every child makes the best possible progress. However, it is of course about supporting children’s wider interests in aspects such as music, performance and sport. It is also about creating that kind, sensible and balanced young adult who leaves our school ready to tackle the challenges of secondary school with confidence and maturity. We have 163 children in school

Confidence in a school comes from knowing and understanding what is happening within it and sharing it with us. We hope that you will take every opportunity to get to know us, to meet us and visit school whenever you wish. It is very important that mutual understanding and trust should be the basis of our shared responsibility for your child.

If you are joining us for the first time, we welcome you and look forward to a happy and successful partnership during the coming years.

Livingstone is our school – that means yours too. We hope that you and your family will enjoy being part of it.

Yours sincerely,

Rebecca Willard




As mentioned in the School Newsletter we are having the Centenary Week for school from 8th June to 13th June 2015.  The plans are as follows:

Wednesday 10th June will be a Georgian/Edwardian Day.  We will travel back to 1915!  All children and staff to be dressed in clothes appropriate to that era for the day if possible, so start getting the costumes ready!

For boys shorts, shirt, waistcoat, flat cap

For girls dresses/skirts, pinafores, ankle boots

Activities will be based as much as possible on traditional school activities such as mental arithmetic, handwriting, drill.  Changes will be made to the classrooms and children will sit in rows for their lessons.  

Friday 12th June will be an Open Day.

Whole school assembly with visitors welcome 9.30 to 10.30 am.  This will be an opportunity to reflect on the life of the school and the town of Mossley over the last 100 years.  

Followed by refreshments for visitors

10.30  to 11.45 view displays and visitors can have a look at the school as it is today.

Saturday 13th June Centenary Fair from 12 to 3pm at school

Circus Sensible

Bouncy Castle

Face Painting

Various Stalls



Help will be needed on the day and to help prepare so if anyone is available please contact the office.  

We will also need donations for a tombola, raffle, chocolate stall, toy stall, cake stall. Thank You All.

Centenary  Week See Below

And The New Centenary Website

Click Here for the Centenary Website

Livingstone goes back in time