“You are the light of the world. A town built on a hill cannot be hidden. Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on a stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house. In the same way, let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven.”
(Matthew 5:14-16 NIV) 

The Governors and staff of Lowton Church of England High School are committed to the provision of a high quality education in a Christian context. We aim to provide a school where we can live out our ethos of Caring, Learning and Succeeding on a daily basis and let our light shine. At the heart of the commitment is the notion of the uniqueness and infinite worth of the individual, that every person is valuable in the eyes of God and that they are, indeed, the light of the world.

On behalf of the governors and staff, welcome to Lowton.

Welcome to Lowton Church of England High School, a community where we are passionate about equipping young people to make a positive difference in the world. As a relatively small school we are confident that we know our students well and offer a high standard of personalised pastoral care.

We deliver a broad curriculum that aims to promote a love of learning. We take pride in having high expectations of our students so they are able to reach their academic potential. We believe that students thrive when they are challenged to do their best and we celebrate their achievements.

The school joined the family of Church of England schools in 2012. We have developed a strong Christian ethos that is committed to being inclusive, caring and places serving others at the heart of everything we do. We work very closely with our local churches and employ a Chaplain who plays an integral role in school life. Please look at our Chaplaincy page to discover more about how our faith makes a positive difference to school life.

To learn more about the life of our school we invite you to explore our Facebook page, where we share daily updates about life in our school, read our website and visit us where you will be welcomed by friendly staff and polite students.

Mr Kieran Larkin
Headteacher

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Remembrance 2020

They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.At the going down of the sun and in the morningWe will remember them.

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As this period of remote learning comes to an end we have been reflecting on how proud our students have made us over the last eight school weeks. We have put together this 'Remote Learning Showcase' to summarise how we've stayed connected, despite being apart.Everyone at the school is really looking forward to welcoming our students back next week. See you all soon! ... See MoreSee Less
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Lessons from the Living Room - ScienceMiss Picton's Year 7 class have just finished a unit on forces. This week they completed a home practical where they made their own helicopters. Students experimented with changing different variables to see how these would affect how long the helicopters stayed in the air. Here is work from Adam, Hayden, Jorja, Louisa and Lucia. ... See MoreSee Less
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Lessons from the Living Room - HistoryYear 8 students are currently studying the changes that took place in Britain during the Industrial Revolution, 1750 to 1900. In our lesson this week, students investigated the ‘Great Stink’ of 1858 and how it forced the British government to pass laws to improve living conditions in cities. Here are the results of their investigation... ... See MoreSee Less
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Lessons from the Living Room - MathsYear 10 have started to look at Algebraic Fractions and all how we apply the rules from fraction operations and solving equations together. This work was submitted by Finlay Springis, Katie Davies, James Swanton, Faith Ashton-Togher and Natalie Danson. Well done everyone! ... See MoreSee Less
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Lessons from the Living Room - MathsYear 11 have been working incredibly hard throughout this lockdown and doing themselves proud! Please see the work submitted by Chloe Jones, Bramwell McHale-Pilkington, Adam Sudworth, Kiera Lawrinson and Callum Charlson on a challenging topic of Simultaneous Equations with Linear and Non-Linear Equations. Well done! ... See MoreSee Less
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Lessons from the Living Room - EnglishThis half term Y9 have moved on to narrative writing skills. Students in Ms Larkin’s group made a great start to this work. Here’s some examples of great work from her group from Danny, Freya, Isla, Martha R, Matthew and Millie ... See MoreSee Less
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Lessons from the Living Room - MathsYear 11 have been working on revision of various topics recently. Miss Robb is impressed with the effort and positive attitude of the class.Here are some examples of work produced from Nikita Hunt, Dom Rigby, Kaitlin Clarke, and Evie Fowler ... See MoreSee Less
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Lessons from the Living Room - LanguagesHere is more fantastic work from Mrs Thorpe's groups. ... See MoreSee Less
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Lessons from the Living Room - MusicMany pupils at Lowton learn an instrument and work their way through the grades – both traditional and others such as popular, jazz and musical theatre. We have a wealth of talented young musicians and it’s something we like to celebrate. In the following video, Thomas Monaghan (Y9) plays two pieces on different instruments showing the depth and range of his instrumental skill.Guitar piece: Grade 5 ABRSM piece called ‘Take Five’ Piano piece: Grade 4 ABRSM piece called ‘Moonbeams’ ... See MoreSee Less
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Lessons from the Living Room - GeographyMrs Ferreira’s year 10 class have been looking at the causes and effects of climate change, as well as a range of mitigation strategies. Hannah Fairbrother’s work clearly show the effects of climate change on people and the environment, while Phoebee Roberts’s work shows how humans are causing the enhanced greenhouse effect. Elisabeth Roberts and Annabelle Whitter’s submissions shows excellent evaluations of different mitigation strategies. ... See MoreSee Less
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Lessons from the Living Room - MathsYear 10 have been looking at volume, focusing on cylinders, cones and pyramids. They have worked well to understand the different formulae used for each shape and to show the steps of their methods. Well done!Here are some examples of work produced from Hannah Fairbrother, Chloe Gotheridge and Caitlin Wardale. ... See MoreSee Less
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Lessons from the Living Room - English8LCF have been studying Shakespeare’s ’Henry V’ this term, looking specifically at how he motivates his troops to fight at the battles of Harfleur and Agincourt. Here, Shannon K, Katie R, Sam M and Hannah M have produced some impressive work, analysing Shakespeare’s language. They submitted their answers on MS Forms. Well done! ... See MoreSee Less
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Lessons from the Living Room - MathsYear 8 have been looking at speed, distance, time problems. They have worked well to understand the different methods and convert between units. They have also been able to apply their knowledge to problems involving graphs. Well done!Here are some examples of work produced from Charlie Hulmes, Natasha Lynam, Lucas Foulds-Hamilton, Ali Mgharbi-Hodkinson and Alisha Reece. ... See MoreSee Less
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Lessons from the Living Room - EnglishY7 have moved on to the poem “Still I Rise” and recently have studied the poem and learnt about the poet Maya Angelou. Here’s a sample of some of the great work from Ms Larkin’s group. We have work from Dylan, Archie, James, Katelyn and Sam. Ms Larkin wants to make a special mention for Archie who’s work during lockdown has been fantastic. ... See MoreSee Less
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Lessons from the Living Room - Science9x2 have been completing a ‘Prep for GCSE Chemistry’ course over the last two weeks and the standard of GCSE level work from this class has been amazing. Here are some examples of structuring word equations and applying this knowledge to salt formation reactions. Examples are from; Jessica Cocklin, Lily Cargill, Millie Poole and Rhea Scholfield. ... See MoreSee Less
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Lessons from the Living Room - PEMr Wilson’s class have finished learning all about the short and long term effects of exercise on the different body systems. They are now at the stage where they started to apply this knowledge and complete a range of revision tasks. The work shown is from Bailey C, Chloe G, Elise G and Niamh F and is of the revision mat and some starter activities completed in lesson. ... See MoreSee Less
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Lessons from the Living Room - MathsYear 9 have been working on volume and surface area of different 3D shapes. This is useful for designers, or for cooking, as well as in many other ways.Here are some examples of work produced from Austin Gregory, Danny Lea, Mason Parry and Courtney Barnes. ... See MoreSee Less
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Lessons from the Living Room - EnglishHaving finished working on "A Christmas Carol" earlier this year, Y9 have moved on to building their fiction reading skill using different texts. Here’s a sample of the great work from Ms Larkin’s group from their Live lesson just before half term showing their great engagement with this work. ... See MoreSee Less
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Lessons from the Living Room - Design TechnologyYear 8 Students have been continuing with their Salvidor Dali clock project. They have been doing a task analysis and specification. Here are some examples of excellent effort by students. Well done! Mrs O’Brien is very proud of you all. ... See MoreSee Less
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Lessons from the Living Room - MathsYear 7 have been looking at perimeter and area of shapes. They have done well to understand the difference between the two and to solve problems such as finding a missing side, given the perimeter or area. Keep it up!Here are some examples of work produced from Olivia Broli, Samuel Fakoya and Ruby Pendlebury. ... See MoreSee Less
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Our child is set challenging targets and encouraged to have high aspirations” – Parent

Students are very eager to learn and are highly attentive in lessons” – Ofsted

Learning outside the classroom is an important part of life at Lowton” – Y8 Student

As a small school we can bring a more personalised feeling to the education of our students” – Teacher

“Christian values of trust, compassion and respect are reflected in the good behaviour of the students” – SIAMS inspection

Teaching is delivered by a committed, hard working staff” – Parent

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