“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)Β 

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.

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Well Lowton students it is officially your Easter holidays! Although not the Easter that many of us had planned, all of the Lowton staff hope that you enjoy some relaxing family time.

Students do not need to do lessons unless they want to but we would like you to stay creative and healthy by cooking, drawing, reading and exercising. We thought some students and their younger family members may like to make a COVID-19 time capsule to let future generations know what this time was like. You can find the printable version here: tiny.cc/odkfmz
If you have a go at this then we would love to see them!

We will stay in touch on here for any important information and we would love you to stay in touch too, sharing as usual to hillk@lowtonhs.wigan.sch.uk to be in contention for the vouchers.

Our Lessons from the Living Room and Lowton Stay at Home Challenge features will be taking a short break but will resume after half term. Thank you for all of your contributions so far. We have received plenty of entries this week that we have not yet posted on our page. These will be on the page following half term, along with any items that we receive over Easter. In the meantime, staff will be practicing for the next challenge and wondering who will be brave enough to take us on!

Happy holidays! 🐰 🍫 🌱
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Thank you to those who had a go at our second Lowton Stay at Home Challenge!

Mrs Radford has spoken and the winner has been chosen!

A special mention goes to Isabelle who made us laugh and Lena with her hopeful message. Jack was quick off the mark and very creative. Katie looked as though she was having lots of fun and Francesca flexed her IT skills. It was lovely to see Callum shaking his stuff, it reminded Mrs Radford of his dancing to Fitness Marshall. However, Harry was imaginative, creative and we're sure we've all appreciated the extra time in bed. Credit also goes to Harry's Auntie Dan who is an ex Lowton student.

Therefore, the winner of our second challenge is Harry Kerboas. Well done Harry, you will receive a Β£10 voucher when we return to school.

Here is Harry's winning entry: Harry Kerboas - Lowton Stay at Home Challenge 2

Our next Lowton challenge will go live after the holidays on Monday 20th April. All we'll say for now is get your aprons ready...
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Lessons from the Living Room - Religious Studies

Here is some fantastic work by Olivia Sewell (Y8). Olivia has written some very detailed diary entries, one about witnessing Jesus' baptism. Olivia's mum sent this work in stating how proud she is of Olivia. It has not been easy for Olivia as her mum works for the NHS and has had barely any time to help guide her through her work. Despite this, Olivia has done a sterling job simply getting on with it and produced excellent work like the work shown here. Well done, Olivia!

Please like this post featuring our wonderful student's work and remember to email your entries to hillk@lowtonhs.wigan.sch.uk - rewards for every submission and prizes of up to Β£50 available for the best ones! πŸ’°πŸ’°πŸ’°
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Some of our key worker students helped to improve the school grounds today by tidying up and weeding the Olympic rings, giving the bug hotel a spring clean and they also made some magnificent hanging baskets. The weather was lovely. They enjoyed the fresh air. The students also had the chance to look at the frog spawn in the pond. It won't be long before we have tadpoles in there! The plants were from Moss Bank Nurseries in Leigh. www.mossbanknurseries.co.uk (They are still doing deliveries so please support this local business who have always provided beautiful plants). ... See MoreSee Less

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Lessons from the Living Room - Food Technology

Benjamin Wadsworth (Y10) cooked a delicious rack of lamb with a pea and herb crust, minty mash and vegetables for his Mum and Step Dad's wedding anniversary. Benjamin's mum commented that normally they would have gone out for a nice meal in a restaurant, but because they couldn’t Benjamin cooked this lovely meal and that it was absolutely delicious. Well done Benjamin, after being so tasty this could potentially become a tradition!

Please like this post featuring our wonderful student's work and remember to email your entries to hillk@lowtonhs.wigan.sch.uk - rewards for every submission and prizes of up to Β£50 available for the best ones! πŸ’°πŸ’°πŸ’°
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Lowton Stay at Home Challenge Number 2 - You're The One That I Want

Here is Harry Kerboas' (Y10) attempt at the challenge. With half term upon us we're sure Harry will get to spend lots of time with the one that he wants. Well done Harry!
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Lowton Stay at Home Challenge Number 2 - You're The One That I Want

Here is Francesca Wallis' (Y8) attempt at the challenge. Francesca has put her computing skills into action and made this impressive animation, well done Franceseca!
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Lowton Stay at Home Challenge Number 2 - You're The One That I Want

Here is Callum Charlson's (Y10) attempt at the challenge. Well done Callum!
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Lowton Stay at Home Challenge Number 2 - You're The One That I Want

Here is Isabelle Jones (Y7) giving the challenge a go with her magic lamp! Well done Isabelle!
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Lessons from the Living Room - PE

Leyton Berry (Y7) has been taking part in rugby skills based fitness circuits with his dad to help him to keep on top of his game. Great training, Leyton!

Please like this post featuring our wonderful student's work and remember to email your entries to hillk@lowtonhs.wigan.sch.uk - rewards for every submission and prizes of up to Β£50 available for the best ones! πŸ’°πŸ’°πŸ’°
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Lessons from the Living Room - History

Josh Hayes (Y7) has made this wonderful tea stained poster on William the Conqueror. Josh evaluated whether William was a successful leader or not before considering if life really changed after the Norman invasion. Great work Josh!

We would love to see some more History work if any of our students have any to send in? 🏰

Please like this post featuring our wonderful student's work and remember to email your entries to hillk@lowtonhs.wigan.sch.uk - rewards for every submission and prizes of up to Β£50 available for the best ones! πŸ’°πŸ’°πŸ’°
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Lowton Stay at Home Challenge Number 2 - You're The One That I Want

Here is Lena Rusin's (Y7) attempt at the challenge. Lena is dancing along to the Polish version of the song. We love Lena's message at the end, well done Lena!

There haven't been as many entries for this one meaning the chances of winning are higher! So if you are a Lowton student/parent and fancy showing us what it is that you want then please email your entries to hillk@lowtonhs.wigan.sch.uk by 3pm today.

Here is a reminder of the challenge with some examples: Lowton Stay at Home Challenge 2
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This Easter break try something new or rediscover an old interest. Fix your bike. Learn to play an instrument or how to cook your favourite food. Set a challenge you will enjoy achieving. Learning new things will build your confidence as well as being fun too.
God Bless,
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Lowton Stay at Home Challenge Number 2 - You're The One That I Want

Mrs Reynolds' obsession with Dr Frost is getting very serious now!

There haven't been as many entries for this one meaning the chances of winning are higher! So if you are a Lowton student/parent and fancy showing us what it is that you want then please email your entries to hillk@lowtonhs.wigan.sch.uk by Friday at 3pm.

Here is a reminder of the challenge with some examples: Lowton Stay at Home Challenge 2
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Lessons from the Living Room - Food Technology

We love seeing all of the photos of our students baking! Pictured first is Olivia Sewell (Y8) and the lovely lemon drizzle cake that she made for her mum who works for the NHS after she had had a long day at work. We also have Sam Martin's (Y7) raspberry cupcakes, Reece Sumner's (Y7) bread sticks, Chloe Gotheridge's (Y9) flapjacks, Archie Marsden's (Y7) bacon savouries, Eden Hill's (Y8) meat and potato pie, Freya Cairnes' (Y8) cake and Lily Cargill's (Y8) plaited bread. Very impressive everyone! 🍞🧁πŸ₯§

Please like this post featuring our wonderful student's work and remember to email your entries to hillk@lowtonhs.wigan.sch.uk - rewards for every submission and prizes of up to Β£50 available for the best ones! πŸ’°πŸ’°πŸ’°
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Lessons from the Living Room - PE

We have received lots more great photos showing how our students have been keeping active this week. Pictured we have Eden Hill (Y8) practicing her gymnastics skills in front of a lovely sunset, Daniel Voce (Y8) on a bike ride, Isabelle Jones (Y7) working on her netball shooting, Oliver Henry (Y10) practicing his conversion kicking, Lena Rusin (Y7) doing some fitness and Lily Cargill (Y8) playing clock patience with giant cards, making for good exercise! Also pictured is Lucas Foulds-Hamilton (Y7) who has been loving doing his karate lessons in the garden via zoom with his sensei and many others from his club. Well done everyone, keep the photos coming! πŸƒβ€β™€οΈβš½οΈπŸ€πŸŽΎπŸπŸπŸ§˜β€β™‚οΈπŸ›ΉπŸš΄β€β™€οΈπŸ₯‹

Please like this post featuring our wonderful student's work and remember to email your entries to hillk@lowtonhs.wigan.sch.uk - rewards for every submission and prizes of up to Β£50 available for the best ones! πŸ’°πŸ’°πŸ’°
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Lowton Stay at Home Challenge Number 2 - You're The One That I Want

Katie Taylor (Y10) is next to take on the challenge and has definitely got creative with this one. Taking inspiration from the fairground scene in Grease, Katie has used a bouncy castle!

There haven't been as many entries for this one meaning the chances of winning are higher! So if you are a Lowton student/parent and fancy showing us what it is that you want then please email your entries to hillk@lowtonhs.wigan.sch.uk by Friday at 3pm.

Here is a reminder of the challenge with some examples: Lowton Stay at Home Challenge 2
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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” –Β SIAMS inspection

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

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