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Nether Kellet Community Primary School
Bridge Road, Nether Kellet, LA6 1HH, UK Carnforth
+44 (0)1524 733778


This is a small friendly school in an attractive rural location with extensive playing fields. It has recently been extended and now provides excellent facilities including a large hall and library / ICT suite as well as spacious classrooms, offices and staffroom.

Nether Kellet is a Community Primary School. Community means we have no special connection with Church Authorities or with a particular religious doctrine. We take children from the age of 4+ to 11 years from a wide geographical area.

Children of all abilities thrive and achieve well here (OFSTED 2003). There are 69 children on roll and these are divided into 3 classes. About half of our children are from the village with the remaining half choosing to come here from a wider area.


  • We want children to be excited by learning and develop a lifelong love of learning
  • We want them to develop both widely and deeply, achieving high standards in all they do
  • We want them to find strong and continuing scope to develop as the whole person they are, intellectually, creatively, physically, socially, personally
  • We want them, and all of us, to be aware of and care about the needs of each other.


The National Curriculum consists of three core subjects: Numeracy, Literacy and Science, and nine foundation subjects, History, Geography, Information & Communication Technology, Design Technology, Music, Physical Education and Art. Religious Education and Personal, Social, Health Education and Citizenship are also part of the curriculum.

Although the National Curriculum is presented in terms of separate subjects, they are not always taught this way, indeed much of the National Curriculum is covered through topics which include several different subjects.


The school takes Year 5 and 6 children away for a residential visit on alternate years in the summer term. In 2006 the children from Class 3 go to the Isle of Man on a venture week. A variety of after school clubs exist, e.g. sports, ICT, language and arts clubs. Details as to the nature and time of these are issued at the beginning of each term.

It is expected that, if a child is unable to attend a club for which s/he has enrolled, then the parent/carer will contact school by at least the morning of the day on which the club is held. This is for the children’s safety.

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