Ramillies Avenue , Cheadle Hulme , Cheshire , SK8 7AL

0161 485 8071


Excellence, Determination, Inspiration, Respect, Courage, Equality, Friendship


Welcome to Lane End Primary School

We are a friendly and successful primary school in Cheadle Hulme, Stockport. We want our children to be excellent learners, work hard and be challenged; behave well and develop socially and emotionally; have a wide range of enriching experiences and lots of fun whilst they are at school.

We see ourselves as a family school and a community of learners; where education is a partnership between staff, parents/carers and pupils, and where we work together for the good of all of our children.

Please have a look around our website to find out more.

This website is intended to keep current parents/carers up-to-date with the wide range of things that are going on at school and provide useful information - from clubs and activities to school events, newsletters and term-times to some of the highlights from each class. Please have a regular look to see what is going on.

This website is also intended to give information to prospective parents - if you would like your child to start at Lane End please give us a ring. I am very happy to show parents/carers around - the best time to do this is the year before your child starts school.

I hope that you enjoy using the website and that it gives you a window into some of the exciting things happening at our school.

Claire Love (Headteacher)

Click here for our latest newsletter



 Have a look at our School Improvement Plan 2016-2017

See some highlights from our recent school events

Goodbye to Mr. Twigg...

At the end of the summer term we said goodbye to Mr. Twigg.  Watch the video below which the staff (led by Mrs. Titterington) created to help Mr. Twigg to remember everyone at Lane End.

Then watch Mr. Twigg's goodbye video...


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Espresso Education - learning at home:


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