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Chapel End Primary School
Carr Mill Road, Billinge, WN5 7TX, UK Wigan
+44 (0)1744 678230


Chapel End is a happy, community school where we aim to foster a sense of belonging to all pupils and families in the local area.

We provide a safe and caring environment where pupils can achieve the highest possible standards of education and personal development in order to become life-long learners.


  • To create a happy and industrious school environment within which children and adults can work together for the benefit of all so that our aims are successfully achieved and provision made for all children to fulfil their potential
  • To help our pupils develop lively and inquiring minds, the ability to question and discuss rationally, and to apply themselves purposefully to tasks and physical skills
  • To help our pupils acquire the knowledge, skills and independence which will prepare them for life in a changing world
  • To help children develop courtesy, good manners and consideration for others
  • To encourage respect for religious and moral values, and understanding and tolerance of different cultures and religions
  • To help our pupils recognise the importance of the community and their developing world within it
  • To help our pupils understand the relationships between individuals, groups and nations
  • To give guidance on personal, social and health education in order for each pupil to develop a sense of self worth
  • To ensure that parents, governors and all staff understand our aims and enlist their help as partners in the education of the children
  • To fulfil the requirements of the National Curriculum in all Core and Foundation subjects, ensuring that all children have access to a broadly based and relevant curriculum
  • To encourage children to respect and protect their environment and all forms of life within it


Nursery and Reception Classes:

The pupils in Reception and Nursery will be working on the curriculum for the Foundation Stage which will cover six key areas:

Personal and Social Development, Language and Literacy, Mathematics, Knowledge and Understanding of the World, Physical Development and Creative Development.

Year 1 - 6:

This will be based on the National Curriculum as directed by the government and will be comprised of the core subjects - Mathematics, English, Science and the foundation subjects - Geography, History, Design and Technology, Music, Art, Information and Communication Technology and Physical Education plus Religious Education and, Personal and Social and Health, Education. Under the terms of the 1988 Education Act, children will be tested in English and Mathematics at seven years of age (Year 2), and in English, Mathematics and Science at eleven years of age (Year 6).

Pupils in Year 1 and Year 2 will be working on Key Stage 1 of the National Curriculum and those in Year 3, 4, 5 and 6 will continue through Key Stage 2.

All children, both within nursery and school, will experience a wide range of activities which are planned to contribute to his/her whole education which covers many aspects of development, including academic, moral, physical, social, religious, cultural and recreational. A great deal of this is not formally taught but is integral to the philosophy of the school. Courtesy and good manners and respect for others are necessary in establishing relationships and a good working situation.

The rules we have are necessary to ensure a safe, pleasant and efficient working environment for the children.


  • After School Club
  • Breakfast Club

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