The centenary celebrations at Ferney Lee School will begin on Sunday with an open afternoon for former pupils, staff and governors.
Running from 2-4pm, it will feature displays of memorabilia, old photographs and a memories book.
Refreshments will be available and commemorative mugs and bags will be on sale.
On Monday, staff and pupils will dress up in period costume for an Edwardian Day.
Children and teachers will be making commemorative tiles on Tuesday to be displayed within the school.
On Wednesday and Thursday, the whole school will take to the stage in a centenary show celebrating 100 years of music, fashion and facts.
Each class will focus on a particular decade and the teachers will perform to music from the 90s.
Every pupil will be presented with a keepsake of the centenary celebrations.
They will receive the memento during a special assembly on Friday afternoon, which will be followed by a balloon release and an Easter egg hunt in the school’s wild garden.