Thank you very much for taking an interest in Samlesbury Church of England Primary School. We are all extremely proud of our special and unique school. We hope this website will allow you a glimpse of what we offer. For the very latest news, please read our weekly newsletters or view the school calendar. For information about our breakfast club and after-school club please see the School Life section. If you would like to make an appointment to visit, please contact Sandra Hill, our school bursar at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 01772 877200. If you would like any further information, please do not hesitate to contact us using the same email address.
Lucy Sutton Headteacher
Admissions Consultation Notice for September 2022 - This year our school has to consult the wider community on our admissions arrangements as it is 7 years since there has been a consultation. Our proposed admissions arrangements ( which are unchanged) are available to read/download from our website in the admissions section. The consultation period lasts for 6 weeks and runs from 19th October 2020 to 7th December 2020. If you have any comments about the proposed arrangements, please send them to school via the bursar email or contact either of our Chair of Governors (details in the Governor section).
‘The school is a hub at the centre of your community and is held in very high regard. Pupils love coming to school and are proud to be members of the Samlesbury community. They enjoy their learning and are keen to share what they know and it is no surprise that they rarely miss a day of school. Relationships between staff and pupils are consistently positive and nurturing and behaviour is exemplary.’
‘Pupils know what they are doing and quickly engage with their learning because teachers offer clear explanations. Teachers have high expectations of pupils.’
‘Assessment information and work in pupils’ books shows that pupils make good progress over time.’
A parent’s view: ‘Samlesbury is a warm, welcoming and brilliant school that has the feel of a big family unit.’