< August 2017 >

Welcome to our website

Fiddlers Lane Community Primary School is an exciting place to be. Our staff are dedicated to providing a stimulating environment where everyone feels valued and safe, ideas can flourish and pupils can realise their full potential. We aim to enthuse in all our children a love of learning, as well as ensuring everyone respects and cares for each other.

We benefit from excellent resources, as you will see as you browse around our website, which are used during the school day and in a wide range of extra-curricular activities, encouraging the children to extend themselves in different ways.

We value highly the partnership between home and school, and encourage all parents and carers to take an active part in the education of their children. There are many opportunities for you to become involved in their learning and visitors are always warmly welcomed into the school.

If you would like to find out more, then please contact Mrs Pendlebury or  Mr Mosey to arrange a visit.

We look forward to seeing you soon.

Mrs Carson | Headteacher


We understand that parents are worried following the tragic events in Manchester. We are in unsettling but fast changing times. 

We have also seen false rumours that all Salford schools have been closed on police advice. This is absolutely untrue – please see GMP website to get the latest, accurate information http://www.gmp.police.uk/

It’s crucial that we all try and remain calm, reassure our children and only seek or repeat information from official sources. Salford schools are open and ready to support children emotionally through chances to talk, the safety of predictable routines and spend time with their friends and teachers enjoying ordinary everyday activities.

Salford City Council works very closely with Greater Manchester Police, particularly at times like this to share any relevant safety information for the public.

GMP have stepped up patrols in our communities to provide reassurance.

Our schools have their normal security and safeguarding plans and procedures.

If anything changes the police will advise the public directly – and Salford City Council will share that information with schools and parents or carers.

Please be vigilant but our strength lies in returning to business as normal as soon as possible.