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Euxton C E V A Primary School
Bank Lane, Off Wigan Road, Euxton, PR7 6JW, UK Chorley
+44 (0)1257 263454


Euxton Church of England School has over 150 years of tradition in providing high quality education to the children of the community, moving to its present site in the 1960s. We value this tradition but we are also committed to adopting the best practice and opportunities of the present and immediate future. We have been quick to utilise the new technology, such as interactive whiteboards and the Internet to support the children’s learning across the different curriculum subjects. Each week classes use sets of laptops to enhance their work and research skills. The school has both a breakfast and an after school club.

We are constantly reviewing our curriculum provision, making sure for instance national initiatives in literacy and numeracy work for the children in our care. We see the opportunities in taking part in musical, dramatic and sporting activities as underlying our belief in nurturing the all round individual. In addition we place great value on the pastoral care of pupils, their moral and spiritual development, as well as the children’s general happiness. The school has a three year vision of where the school is heading and this is openly displayed for visitors to the school in the school’s foyer.


"Within the framework of a Christian foundation and community, we intend that each child should progress in gaining the knowledge, skills and attitudes essential for a balanced life whereby choices are made according to sound critical judgement. We intend that each child gains a sense of achievement and develops to their potential."


We aim to provide for each child in our school:

  • A safe, secure environment.
  • An ordered and caring community based upon Christian principles.
  • Well-planned, high quality teaching.
  • Wide opportunities in learning.
  • An emphasis upon high standards and encouragement for children to achieve their best results.
  • A positive role for parents through involvement in their child’s education and the opportunity to support the work of an active PTFA.

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