Returning to school

Click here for our Guide to School Life during the Covid 19 Pandemic

Click here for our Safety Plan

Click here for our Home School Agreement

Click here for Year 1 access map for Monday 22nd June 2020

Learn at home

From Monday 7th July, we will be setting learning online using google classroom. In order to access it your child has their own login details.
School will be open on Friday 3rd July between 10am and 1pm and Monday 7th July between 10am and 1pm so that you can collect your child's login details.

Click here to login to Google Classroom

To support your child to access their online classroom and learning please look at these documents.
How to login
How to access learning

If your child needs any help whilst completing this learning or any other learning at home, they can email their teacher using their class email.

If you have forgotten your username and password for PurpleMash or Sumdog then please email

Letters from Miss Conboy

Updated 25.06.2020. Click here for Miss Conboy's letter.

Updated 17.06.2020: Click here for Miss Conboy's letter.

Updated 11.06.2020 Click here for Miss Conboy's letter

Updated 08.06.2020 Click here for Miss Conboy's letter

Updated 22.05.2020: Click here for a letter from Miss Conboy.

Please click here to read the new letter from Miss Conboy regarding school reopening on 01.06.2020

Parent App Launch - June 2020 Parentapps Connect – Applications sur Google Play

Click here for the ParentApp Launch letter to parents

Click here for the ParentApp Launch letter: Somali Version

Click here for the ParentApp Launch letter: Urdu Version

Click here for the ParentApp Launch letter: Arabic Version

We are going to launch an app for your smart phone by the end of June 2020. This will give you the opportunity to quickly access school information, letters home, alerts and access to the school website. The app will enable notifications to your phone so you will know immediately if there is any new information added, or messages you need to read. We are reducing the amount of paper that is used in school to help protect the environment.

Use the links below to download the app to your phone. You will receive a text or email notification to invite you to use this app before the end of June 2020. If you do not receive an invite, please contact the school office on 0161 226 2066.

Click here to download the app from Google Play

Click here to download the app from the Apple App Store


Updated 27.04.20: National Free School Meal Voucher Scheme - payments

Updated 27.04.20: You should have received your National Free School Meal Vouchers if you have provided school with an email address. The email with the 16 digit code will have come from or Please make sure you check your spam or junk email boxes if you have not received a notification. If parents are experiencing any difficulties with their email address, they should now contact:

You will receive an email weekly about your vouchers. You will be sent a 16 digit code. You will then need to access . The supermarkets will not accept your code - you must enter this on the free school meal website first to get the voucher, which will then be emailed to you. Please be aware that this system is in high demand, and you could be waiting for some time to access the site. You will then use your 16 digit code and choose which supermarket eGift card you would like. The eGift card will then be sent to your email address. You will receive an eGift code by email to redeem every week until further notice. If you do not receive an email, please check your 'Junk' mail before contacting the school.

For additional information about how the scheme works, and how to access your vouchers, click here.

If you need to apply for Free School Meals as your circumstances have changed, click here for the application.

If you need to contact school about the National Voucher Scheme, please email:

If you are experiencing difficulties, you can access support through Manchester City Councils website:

Welcome to Claremont Primary School

At Claremont Primary School we aim to provide a curriculum that engages and motivates pupils, with creativity and purpose at the heart of all learning. All pupils are cared for and respected as individuals. They are given the best possible opportunity to reach their full potential, in the classroom and beyond. Together; parents, pupils and staff, we aim to give each child the skills and knowledge to create a better understanding of the world they face now, and in the future.

Anne Conboy - Headteacher


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