Local feeder primary schools for Burscough Priory Science College
|Lordsgate Township Primary School, Burscough
We are a friendly and caring Church of England Primary School in the village of Burscough, Lancashire. We are the parish school of St John’s the Baptist Church in Burscough, with which we have strong and supportive links. Our Mission statement puts the Christian Faith at the heart of all we do.
| St John’s C. of. E Primary School, Burscough
At St John’s we work hard aim high and are good friends to each other. Our whole school is a happy place where learning together is fun! St John’s CE Primary School is a very special place and all the staff and children enjoy coming here to learn.
We are lucky to have a large, bright, airy hall surrounded by seven single-age classrooms and up to date
IT resources. We have a team of enthusiastic and highly qualified teachers and support staff all eager to
help every child reach their potential; reflecting our motto-‘Together we Learn’.
|St John’s Catholic Primary School, Burscough
St John’s is a small Catholic school set in beautiful grounds and welcomes pupils of all denominations. Our school is a happy place where pupils love to learn. Our outstanding results and comments from visitors to school are testament to this.
|Burscough Village Primary School, Burscough
Burscough Village Primary School is set in the heart of Burscough community. We have strong links with the local people which gives a much-valued dimension to the school’s ethos. The local area provides pupils with real experiences and inspires the children to appreciate the place they live. We have high expectations and aspirations for all our children. Our philosophy ‘Striving for the Future’ is at the heart of everything we do, providing the children with vital skills, knowledge, and experiences that they need to become well-rounded individuals now and in adult life.
|Burscough Bridge Methodist School, Burscough
In our school we place great emphasis on respect for ourselves and for others – in all aspects of life. We may only be a small school but we have plenty of enthusiasm and commitment to caring & learning together. This is a small, friendly ‘family’ school with a tradition of small class sizes. We learn together within well-established codes of behaviour and are very proud of our pupils and all their achievements. As a Voluntary Controlled Methodist School, we enjoy close links with the Methodist Church and our ethos is based on Christian values.
|Rufford Primary School, Rufford
At Rufford School we pride ourselves on providing a secure, welcoming and caring environment. The size of our school allows us to foster a family ambiance, in which each individual is valued and respected. Together in faith and learning, we ensure that our school provides a Christian setting in which our children can grow in an atmosphere of love and understanding.
|Parbold Douglas CE Primary School, Parbold
Parbold Douglas Church of England Academy is an average sized primary school serving an affluent catchment area in the quiet and rural village of Parbold, nestled in the countryside of West Lancashire. Our excellent provision for all children, from the age of two to eleven, is enhanced by a strong Christian ethos and very effective links with parents, governors, Christ Church Parbold and the local community. The school has a wonderful family atmosphere that gives children a secure and happy environment in which to learn.
|Newburgh CE Primary School, Wigan
At Newburgh C of E Primary School, our aim is to provide a good all-round education in a caring, Christian environment in which each individual is valued and respected so that all are enabled to reach their full potential both inside and outside the classroom. Newburgh is a Voluntary Aided Church of England School which means that the building has been provided by the Church.
|Lathom Park C.E. Primary School, Lathom
Lathom Park CE School is a small rural church school that serves the local and wider community. We accept children from as far away as Southport, Newburgh and Skelmersdale. Some of our children are from the immediate locality, but we have many children from farther afield. Our aim is to fulfil a valuable role in the local community engendering a strong community spirit. The school is in a tranquil rural setting, surrounded by farmland. It is a happy and caring school, where the children and staff work hard and where there is a good understanding between staff and children.