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Bolton-Le-Sands C E Primary School
Mount Pleasant Lane, Bolton-Le-Sands, LA5 8DT, UK Carnforth
+44 (0)1524 823606


We are a Church of England School. God is at the centre of our school life and His presence is found in all that we do.

All members of our school community will have the opportunity to develop their full potential within a caring and supportive environment.

The school can accommodate a maximum of 315 children, which means that each year we have an intake, in September, of a maximum of 45 children. Most of the children reside in the parish but there are a good number who come in from the surrounding area.

The school occupies a delightful site on Mount Pleasant Lane, having 11 classrooms, a large assembly hall, kitchens and other administrative and storage rooms. We are fortunate in possessing a large and beautifully situated playing field as well as three hard playgrounds – each equipped with a wide range of play resources.


  • We aim to provide the best possible education for each child at Bolton-le-Sands Church of England Primary School.
  • We aim to ensure that the quality of teaching and learning is sustained at a high level.
  • We aim to provide a safe, secure and stimulating school environment.
  • We aim to be at the heart of the Bolton-le- Sands village community, with the community at heart.


The organisation of the children into the various classes will inevitably alter from year to year, depending on the number of children in any given year group. Classes in the Foundation Stage and in Key Stage 1 have a statutory maximum number of 30 children. As a consequence some of our Key Stage 2 classes have larger numbers. There are a number of mixed aged classes in school, these are mainly a result of our admission number being 45 – in effect, a class and a half in each year group.


The Foundation Stage curriculum is taught to all children in our Reception classes. It is a curriculum that has been specifically designed to meet the needs of young children. Play is at the heart of the Foundation curriculum. During your child’s time in Reception the teacher will carefully plan and deliver a programme of teaching and learning aimed at securing progress in the following areas of development:

  • Communication, Language and Literacy
  • Mathematical Development
  • Physical Development
  • Creative Development
  • Personal and Social Development
  • Knowledge and Understanding of the World
The Foundation Stage naturally leads into the National Curriculum that is introduced to the pupils at the beginning of Year 1, your child’s second year in full-time education.

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