Grow through the love of Jesus
At St Ambrose Primary school we believe staff, parents and children are entitled to a safe and protective environment in which to learn and work. We strive to ensure that our school offers a warm and nurturing environment. All members of the school community and visitors should demonstrate mutual respect. To feel safe and work together and use restorative approaches as the foundation of our practice. Any behaviour that may lead to feelings of harassment, alarm or distress to members of our community, will not be tolerated and action taken. Please see the attached policy and charter.
We operate a zero tolerance policy at St Ambrose. St Ambrose Primary School will NOT tolerate inappropriate behaviour.
This week, some of the children from the School Council went to Morrisons to spend some of the money that we raised during Lent so that we could donate some items to the Chelwood Foodbank. The children chose the items themselves and worked out how much to spend on each so that we did not exceed our budget. We then visited the Food Bank to donate the items and some additional funds from our Lent fundraising. The food bank were very grateful for our donation and showed the children how the food bank works.
When we revamped our school library, we sent our old books over to the school in The Gambia where we sponsor 2 children. The books were taken over by our old caretaker, Al. The children were delighted to receive them and sent a message of thanks.
Well done to Year 3 who had the the 100% attendance this week and receive the Attendance trophy.
Click here to see each class' weekly attendance percentages.
The attendance award has changed this year.
Each week the class with the best attendance will receive a trophy to display in their room and their class photograph will be moved to the centre of the hall display.
Once again the children are expected to attend school for 97% of the time or more. The children who achieve this will be taken to cinema club and have a treat while watching a film.
Those children who achieve 100% will also have a further reward at the end of the term.
Children who are late to school will not be included in these rewards even if they achieve 97% or above!
St Ambrose have a Facebook page! Search for St Ambrose Catholic Primary School Adswood for up-to-date news!
St Ambrose now have a Twitter account! Search for @SAPSStockport for up-to-date news!
Free school meals for all infants from 1 September 2014 - please click here for details
Please see the WRITER OF THE WEEK page to see each child's piece of work. These are displayed in the hall on a Friday afternoon for each writer of the week.
From September 2018, St Ambrose will be offering 30 hours free childcare for those children whose parents are eligible to claim.
In the event that you are not eligible to claim the 30 hours free childcare, you will still receive 15 hours of free childcare which will be in the form of 5 mornings per week from 9am till 12pm.
30 hours funded childcare is intended to support working parents with the cost of childcare. It will enable them, where they wish, to return to work or to work additional hours.
St Ambrose also offers a “top up” facility where your child can stay until 3.30pm and the charge for this will be £10 per afternoon session.
School uniform can now be purchased with our logo on it from TESCO clothing online.
They have the whole range of jumpers, cardigans, coats and book bags available with the school logo on it.
For every item purchased, Tesco will donate 5% to our school.
The uniform can be found at:
You can either search by school (St Ambrose Catholic Primary) or by postcode SK3 8LQ.
Monday Years 1,2, & 3
Tuesday Years 5 & 6
Wednesday Years 4,5 & 6
Thursday Years 4,5 & 6
WE ARE A GOOD SCHOOL! Please click here for the link to the Ofsted page
Please note we are currently looking for a new lollipop person. Click here for details
Well done to all the children in school who took part in First Aid training.
In recognition of the School's commitment to First Aid training and health and safety, we have received the St Johns Ambulance School mark.
Please see the attached poster for advice and tips regarding your child playing Fortnite.
We decided that we were going to enhance the main entrance of the school with two mosaics. The children have all had some input into the design and have worked on the mosaic itself over the last few weeks. I hope you enjoy the results. One mosaic is on the wall on the way into school and the other is inside the reception area.