Milnrow Parish Church Of England Primary School

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St James Street, Milnrow, Rochdale, OL16 3JT

01706 643973

Milnrow Parish Church Of England Primary School

2021- 2022








Year 5 Residential Trip 


We were lucky enough to go on an adventurous trip to Kingwood in Wales. We stayed here overnight and had two full days- packed with fun and excitement. We showed our British Values as we worked together as a team and respected each other. We had the best time EVER and hope to go back again!

Have a look at just some of the photos below :) 

Year 5 Trip to MOSI 

As part of our theme on the Industrial Revolution, Year 5 and 6 visited MOSI today and got to experience life in the 1800s. We were the lucky enough to see The Rocket as it was on exhibition there. It was a fantastic day! 

Visitors & Trips

13th March 2018 - Today we had a visit from Nigel and Andy from Rochdale Council Recycling Team. We had a great time learning about the benefits of the 4Rs - Reduce, Recycle, Reuse and Recover and we were also educated in the potential problems which may lie ahead if we don't think about recycling. A really interesting workshop.


September 2017 - To support this half term's theme of The Industrial Revolution and the life of a Victorian street child we walked around the local area to discover the features and buildings that still remain from the Victorian era.


Wednesday 8th February 2017

Today, Year 5 took part in a Science lesson at Hollingworth Academy. All the children were instructed in the safety requirements of a laboratory and then had a lesson to discover the ph properties of various liquids and whether they were acid, alkali or neutral. We discussed our results and then finished off by learning more about the school day, facilities and clubs available at Hollingworth Academy.

A big thank you to Mrs Edmunds and Mrs O'Hare for organising our visit and we can't wait to join in some more fun activities soon.


 We had a visit from the NSPCC and their mascot - Buddy - helped us to understand our rights "The right to speak out and be heard, the right to be safe and the right to get help when we need it."

We had a workshop where we discussed keeping safe and how we should talk to someone if we have any worries



Touchstones Museum - October 2016

To complete our theme of the Industrial Revolution and the the life of a Victorian school child, we visited Touchstones Museum in Rochdale.  

We experienced the hardships children endured at school and at home and learnt about the cotton industry, shopping and the role of the Co-operative movement in helping poor people.