About Us

Our Work

What's On

Welcome to Bickerton Holy Trinity Church of England Primary School. 

Thank you for your interest in Bickerton Primary School.  


We are a high performing Primary School near Malpas, Cheshire - Our 2013 Ofsted report considers that we are a 'Good' School where the behaviour of the pupils is 'Outstanding'.  We are a feeder School with close links to the 'Outstanding' Bishop Heber High School, Malpas.


Welcome to our website. It has three special features to help current and future parents:

  • 'Latest for Parents' - appearing on the top left of every page, for recent announcements
  • What's On - a Google Calendar of School Events, and how you can add this to your mobile device (details here)
  • A-Z - a searchable guide of the information on this site


The staff at Bickerton Primary use a variety of teaching methods to make learning fun. We try hard to create an academic environment in which children feel comfortable and happy so that they can study and learn most effectively.


Please explore our new website - you might like to see what we are doing in our classes here at Bickerton Primary, our latest news and we have a special page for new or prospective parents.



Safeguarding Children Update


Thank you to everyone for helping to make our parking and pick-up time so good. Because it has run so smoothly over the last two weeks, we are adopting this system from now on. Please remember to arrive during the appropriate time slot to ensure the free flow of traffic and to avoid cars backing up onto Long Lane.


Below, there is a link to CEOP's 'Thinkuknow' website which has a section for parents where you can find information about keeping children safe online. 




As well as keeping children safe online, please remember to keep them safe by looking at the age certificates on any games they play or DVDs they watch to ensure that children are only accessing age appropriate games and films. This is also something that the class teachers and I will be talking about with the children over the coming week or so in lessons and assemblies.


On Tuesday 19th May, DHL will be bringing a large lorry onto the school driveway as part of their community work to help educate children about how to stay safe around trucks and lorries.