Welcome to Low Furness CE Primary School

The Front of the School

The following is a link to information from the Head Teacher and the Governors regarding the re-opening of the school.

School Re-opening; additional information

First Aid Addendum

We extend a warm welcome from Low Furness Primary School and hope that the website gives you a true indication of all we have to offer, but the best way to get the real feel of the ethos of our school is to come and visit us with your child. Hope to see you soon! If you choose to join us then we hope that your child’s stay here will be both enjoyable and profitable. This website has been designed to give you a brief background of our school, our children, our staff and our school family.

If you ever have any questions, or are unclear about anything happening in school, please do not hesitate to contact us. What may seem a small worry to a child can grow into a major concern if not addressed. We believe in working closely with Parents and Carers and we feel that by working together as a team your child will gain the maximum from their time at Low Furness. 

Mrs Sue Little, Headteacher

Howie Kelly, Chair of Governors

Visions and Values afternoon

We recently had an afternoon, led by our Visions and Values Crew where they manned ten stations around school explaining the Christian  values we adhere to as a Church of England School. The whole school was treated to an afternoon of plays, stories, bible verses and prayer. Well done to everyone involved, you were amazing and made us all very proud .

Harvest Festival celebrations

It was lovely to be back in church as a whole school to celebrate Harvest.As usual ,everyone was incredibly generous with their donations. Church was thrilled to report that they were able to donate an incredible 507 meals to the local Foodbank. Well done on an amazing effort!

Rushbearing 2021

Massive congratulations to our beautiful Rushbearing queen Isabelle Whittaker who was officially crowned on the 26th September. Well done to all concerned in organising the procession,especially Nicola Troughton, Lucie and Ramsay Lunn who work very hard to keep this local tradition going.It was lovely seeing the younger members of our school  and local community coming along to support her.

Congratulations Zach !

We are very pleased to announce that Zach Parkinson has won first prize in a competition recently run by Squirrel. The brief was to create a picture to include things that remind you of Ulverston. Zach drew Hoad Monument, Roy's ices and The Laurel and Hardy Museum.He won a prize of £250 for the school to buy art equipment with and £25 for himself.Well done Zach, we're all VERY proud of you !


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