Haslam Park Primary School

Ms. Barnes, our Family support lead is here to help with any concerns or problems you have. Click here for more information

Could you be entitled to Free School Meals? Ask Mrs. Wood on Dojo. She will help you apply.


Our vision is that every child and adult within our community should have the opportunity to 'learn, explore and grow' and we work to make this journey exciting and fun. We believe that everyone within our community can make their own special contribution and the atmosphere within our school is positive and supportive.

Dear Parent/Carer,
Coming soon: Online payments to school with ParentPay!
Starting from 2nd November, 2020 we will not be accepting cash in school 
You should have been sent a letter with your log in details on.
Making a payment is straightforward and ParentPay holds a payment history for you to view at a later date; no card details are stored in any part of the system. 
Taking cash by PayPoint
Parents who need to continue making payments by cash may do so using the PayPoint network at local convenience stores.
The nearest PayPoint stores to school are Tesco Esso Express, Wigan Road, Deane Video (near Boots) Wigan Road and Co-Op, Wigan Road. Others Paypoint may be found on the website consumer.paypoint.com
Please notify the Office if you wish to use the PayPoint facility. A plastic card will be issued to you to make cash payments for school meals at local PayPoint stores.
We hope you will support us in achieving our goal to become a cashless school and reduce the workload on our staff. Your support in using ParentPay will help the school enormously, thank you.
We will be offering sessions where we will help you set up your account if you need help.
Thank you 








  Learning Council Feedback:   18th October 2020

Every week we meet with Mrs. Roughley to talk about our learning. We will share our findings here every week!

This week we have been looking at the Foundation subjects we study and also Science. 

We felt very strongly that our afternoon sessions are as good quality as our morning ones. We like the Knowledge Organisers as they help us to know what we will be learning, and to check what we have already learnt.

We impressed Mrs. Roughley with the recall of facts that we had learnt so far! 

Next week we are exploring Reading!

Come back next week to see what we found out!

The learning Council x