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Lea St Mary`s Catholic Primary School
Darkinson Lane, Lea Town, PR4 0RJ, UK Preston
+44 (0)1772 729881


Lea St. Mary's Catholic Primary School was founded in 1850 and now serves the parishes of St. Mary's Lea Town and St. Robert's, Catforth. It is situated in the village of Lea Town in a quiet rural area. The school playing fields overlook local farmlands, whilst opposite the school is the Church of St. Mary's. The children come from the local farmlands and the western suburbs of Preston. The isolated nature of the school means that pupils have to be transported, many by the school bus.


  • To make prayer and worship a spiritual experience for each individual, in keeping with the Church's teachings.
  • To provide the children with a knowledge and understanding of their own Catholic faith and that of others.
  • To develop repect and cooperation amoungst all members of the school community.
  • To provide oppourtunities for each individual to develop fully as a person.
  • To provide a broad balanced curriculum for all pupils.
  • To provide a partnershiop of trust abd cooperation between home, school and parish.
  • To develop links with the wider community by involvement in extra curricular activities.


The aims of the school curriculum is to provide opportunities for all pupils to learn and achieve. The curriculum should also promote pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development and prepare all pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life. All our children follow the National Curriculum. THERE ARE THREE CORE SUBJECTS and children are grouped according to ability within the class.

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