Welcome To Our School
Our school is a Church of England Primary School, welcoming forty five children into Reception Class, each September. We are situated on Whalley Road in Langho and serve the local villages of Langho, Billington and Brockhall. The school was founded in 1873 and the Christian principles on which it was founded are still important today. We enjoy close links with the parish of St Leonard’s.
We are a happy school where children enjoy learning and playing together. We recognise that every child is unique and all staff work hard to ensure that each child reaches their full potential in all aspects of school life. We are dedicated to ensuring that all children leave our school with key basic skills to equip them for further learning in particular good reading, writing and mathematical skills. Learning is personalised so that it meets the needs of individual children. We can therefore provide a caring and inclusive environment for all children. Read more
Latest Calendar Events
- EYFS Phonics Information Sessions28Sep2021
Two sessions - 3.30.pm or 6.00 pm
- Harvest Festival Service in Church04Oct2021
9:00 am - 9:30 am
Families welcome to join us
- Parents' Evening20Oct2021
Further information to follow
Join us in our exciting school events to strengthen community and help to raise funds for school projects.
- In response to the challenges the pandemic has placed on everyone's health and wellbeing, we have created a new Health and Wellbeing page on our website, where you can find links to advice and support.
Little Lennie's Nursery
at St Leonard's!
If you would like to find out more about our Nursery provision, please go to our Curriculum pages - Early Years (accessed from the 'Learning' tab above,) where you will find all the details you require. Thank you.
Safeguarding at St Leonard's
Our children's perspectives:
We asked some of our Year 5 and 6 children about how they feel at school...here's what they said....
Do you feel safe at school?
"I think school is safe because it's supportive and no one doubts you and teachers help you." (Aaron)
"I think school is a safe place because if we have a problem then we can rely on teachers to help us." (Maisie)
"I think school is safe because we do lots of practice fire alarms." (Maya)
"You've always got someone you can talk to." (Maaike)
"I feel safe because I've got loads of friends." (Max)
Do you know what we do in school to keep you safe?
"You announce in worship if it is wet outside so that we don't fall and hurt ourselves." (Maisie)
"Yes, and also to keep off the MUGA." (Aaron)
"We do the register in the morning and afternoon and teachers' give us permissions to go in and out of lessons so they know where we are." (Maya)
"If you get hurt, we can always go to first aid." (Isabella)
If you were worried about something at school, what would you do?
"Talk to a teacher." (Max)
"Try and have in lessons and break times to keep your mind off things." (Maya)
"Talk to someone reliable - a teacher, welfare staff or a friend." (Maisie)
"You're never in a place where there's no one to speak to here." (Aaron)
All the children felt that if they were to speak to a member of staff about their worries, that they would always be listened to.
Remote Learning 2020-21 Action Plan
We are an Operation Encompass School
There are currently no procedures for reporting Domestic Abuse incidents to schools, which means that our children are left without the support and nurture that they need when they need it most.
Operation Encompass has been created to address this so that by 9.00 am on the next school day the school’s Key Adult will be informed that the child or young person has been involved, heard or witnessed a domestic incident.
This knowledge, given to schools through Operation Encompass, allows the provision of immediate early intervention through silent or overt support dependent upon the needs and wishes of the child.
At St Leonard's our Key Adult is Mrs Kathryn Pym (Headteacher)
Visit Operation Encompass website, for further information, by clicking image below.