“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.

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Governor Announcement

Governor Announcement

Governors are absolutely delighted to announce the appointment of Mr Kieran Larkin as the new Headteacher of Lowton Church of England High School, starting in September 2020. Kieran comes to us from Star Academies, one of the country’s leading education providers,...

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Lets unite to help our community. 2pm - 4pm today. Take your food bank donations to Christ Church Pennington on Schofield St WN74HT. ... See MoreSee Less

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Every Weds 3pm on Instagram and YouTube.

Last week Dillon O'Brien, Wiremu and the Pais team tried their hand at art and drama and spoke about the influence movies have on us.

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Instagram: Soul.leigh
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In addition to pupils gaining Achiever awards for their work engagement, a handful of pupils have received them for different reasons. They have so far been awarded for having a high number of Facebook entries; for winning Facebook challenges; and producing work that far exceeds expectation. Well done everyone. We will be looking at more ways for pupils to gain this award after the half term break. ... See MoreSee Less

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Hannah who spent a year volunteering at Lowton High School has taken over the Soul.Leigh social media.

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Facebook: Soul Leigh
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This animal discovery centre based in Cheshire are putting together some great activities with their exotic animals during half term this week. This may be good for any of our students who are interested in animals 🦜🐍🦎 ... See MoreSee Less

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Soul Lowton is 3pm today with the Pais team and Wiremu. We will look at the Bible and it's relevance to today. Comment if you are interested. ... See MoreSee Less

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Sabina is the student leader of our International Club . She has introduced a new series. From next week each student will choose a week where they will give a 10 minute presentation about their country. The members are excited.

Sabina is supported by Marie our Pais volunteer and Wiremu the school chaplain.
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So many of our pupils have been working really hard and we are all very proud. Several pupils have earned an Achiever award for their efforts during this time and will receive their badge in due course. A special mention goes to the 30 pupils, highlighted in yellow, who have been recognised by every one of their subject teachers for being fully engaged in their work. In addition to their award, these pupils will be entered into a prize draw.

Well done to all pupils for their effort this half term. We hope everyone has a lovely break and we look forward to seeing even more wonderful work after the holiday.
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Lowton Challenge Number 7 - Famous Artwork

We have loved seeing the entries to this challenge! The worst part of the week is having to select a winner from all of the wonderful, thoughtful recreations sent in. We appreciate you all having a go and hope you enjoyed it!

This week's winner is Francesca Wallis (Y8). Francesca's entry involved going out and photographing a field and buildings, considering the correct angle using the original painting. Francesca even got her mum involved! After taking her photos Francesca assembled them all on a Procreate programme. Well done, Francesca! You will receive a £10 when we return.

Thank you to all students who have taken part in one or more of our challenges.
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Lowton Challenge Number 7 - Famous Artwork

Francesca Wallis (Y8) has done a fantastic job recreating 'Christina's World' by Andrew Wyeth. Francesca photographed a field and a building separately near her house before photographing her mum and editing all of her snaps together on Procreate. We are sure you will agree that it is incredibly similar!
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Lessons from the Living Room - Food Technology

Our students are continuing to make homemade meals. Sam Martin (Y7) made cheese straws to go with tomato soup for tea and Clayton Lythgoe-Brown (Y8) cooked his family a curry. 🍽

Please like this post featuring our wonderful student's work and remember to email your entries to hillk@lowtonhs.wigan.sch.uk - every entry will receive a reward and one raffle ticket for the prize draw. The draw will feature vouchers ranging from £10 to £50 and the more work you send in, the more chance you have of winning! 💰💰💰
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Lessons from the Living Room - Languages

Here is some fantastic work from Languages. First we have Spanish work with Ruby Roebuck's poster (Y9) and Charlie Williams' TV show review (Y7). We also have French work from Francesca Wallis (Y8). Francesca wrote a French menu, made French toast as part of the extension task and created a fab TV guide. Well done to all of you 🇫🇷🇪🇸

Please like this post featuring our wonderful student's work and remember to email your entries to hillk@lowtonhs.wigan.sch.uk - every entry will receive a reward and one raffle ticket for the prize draw. The draw will feature vouchers ranging from £10 to £50 and the more work you send in, the more chance you have of winning! 💰💰💰
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Lowton Challenge Number 7 - Famous Artwork

Miss Robb's cat Murray has also got in on the act now! Here he is taking a break from his thorough home schooling routine to feature as the 'Girl with a Pearl Earring' by Johannes Vermeer 🐱
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Lessons from the Living Room - Food Technology

Isabelle Jones (Y7) has been busy baking. Isabelle made a birthday cake for her dad, cinnamon rolls, coconut mice and scones for VE day using her great grandma's recipe. 🍰

Please like this post featuring our wonderful student's work and remember to email your entries to hillk@lowtonhs.wigan.sch.uk - every entry will receive a reward and one raffle ticket for the prize draw. The draw will feature vouchers ranging from £10 to £50 and the more work you send in, the more chance you have of winning! 💰💰💰
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Lessons from the Living Room - Drama

Year 8 were set a task to create a movement piece based on Frantic Assembly's Beautiful Burnout which is about boxing. Ms Radford was really impressed with Matthew Weaving's routine is and looking forward to seeing what else Year 8 come up with! Well done, Matthew!

Please like this post featuring our wonderful student's work and remember to email your entries to hillk@lowtonhs.wigan.sch.uk - every entry will receive a reward and one raffle ticket for the prize draw. The draw will feature vouchers ranging from £10 to £50 and the more work you send in, the more chance you have of winning! 💰💰💰
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Lowton Challenge Number 7 - Famous Artwork

The moment you have been waiting for all week... Mrs Reynolds with a Roy Lichtenstein inspired piece!

We’re beginning to wonder if Mrs Reynolds is isolating in a fancy dress shop.
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Lessons from the Living Room - PE

Here is Harrison Swann (Y8) taking part in a TopYa target challenge. Well done, Harrison! Thank you for sending your video in.

Our PE staff have set using the TopYa app as part of their homeworks for all students. For more details on how to get the app view your PE teacher's Show My Homework post.

Please like this post featuring our wonderful student's work and remember to email your entries to hillk@lowtonhs.wigan.sch.uk - every entry will receive a reward and one raffle ticket for the prize draw. The draw will feature vouchers ranging from £10 to £50 and the more work you send in, the more chance you have of winning! 💰💰💰
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Lowton Challenge Number 7 - Famous Artwork

Here is Eva Marsden-Barnes (Y8) recreating this piece by Banksy. Well done, Eva! 🎈
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Lowton Challenge Number 7 - Famous Artwork

Here is Isabelle Jones (Y7) recreating 'The Ballerina' by Alexander Sheversky. Well done, Isabelle!
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Lessons from the Living Room - PE

Jack Darbyshire (Y8) has been keeping fit by going on 30 minute bike rides each morning. Jack goes for slightly longer rides on the weekend and completed a 14 mile circuit on Saturday. Well done, Jack! 🚴‍♂️

Please like this post featuring our wonderful student's work and remember to email your entries to hillk@lowtonhs.wigan.sch.uk - every entry will receive a reward and one raffle ticket for the prize draw. The draw will feature vouchers ranging from £10 to £50 and the more work you send in, the more chance you have of winning! 💰💰💰
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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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