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Lowton West Primary School



The ‘pupil voice’ is very important to us at Lowton West.  We believe that it is important to listen to our pupils and we greatly value their contributions.  We have a very active school council and they have been involved in leading several school projects such as buying new indoor games for wet playtimes, organising the annual ‘Children in Need’ day, organising a ‘Healthy Lifestyles’ week, etc...

Every year, each class (Year 2-6) elects two representatives (a boy and a girl) who meet regularly with a member of staff.  Outcomes from meetings are shared back to the rest of the children in class and in school assemblies.


School Council Representatives 2017/18 


House Captains

Congratulations to the Year 6 children who have been elected as House Captains:

Ladybirds: Ella H. and Finnlay C-T.

Dragonflies: Jenna P. and Rhys W.

Grasshoppers: Freya W. and Alfie D.

Bees: Michael S and Olivia B.


School Council and Eco Committee Members

Congratulations to the following children who have been elected on to the School Council and Eco Committee


School Council:

Class 5: Ruby R. and Archie N.                Class 6: Priyah S.and Callum C.

Class 7: Evie E. and Jacob G.                   Class 8: Aliza S. and Mason S.

Class 9: Millie H. and Ben E.                     Class 10: Layla F. and William B.

Class 11: Lydia W. and Cole B.                 Class 12: Matilda S. and Peter Y.

Class 13: Madeline R. and Niall H              Class 14: Rebecca H. and Liam H.

School Council 2018

The role of the school Council/pupil voice is becoming increasingly more important in the life of schools and this is true of Lowton West, where the council is very well established. Dr Gena Merrett and myself were invited to a recent meeting.

The representatives were keen to answer questions, discuss future ideas and tell us the impact their contributions have made and continue to make in school. Amongst other things they have helped to revise the anti-bullying policy. The idea of “Reading sheds” is a current suggestion. This will be an ambitious, costly project, but a brilliant idea. It demonstrates vision and the desire to promote the love of books and raise standards in literacy.

The planning and costing stages will be interesting and will involve pupils, staff, parents and hopefully some sponsorship or grant. The children were articulate and it is obvious they take their responsibilities seriously.

Thank you for the invitation and we look forward to our next visit. 

Marie Blewitt (Vice Chair of Governors)

Anti-Bullying Fortnight

We would like to thank Miss Green and the School Council representatives for organising our anti-bullying fortnight. The theme has been ‘All different, all equal’ and all pupils in school have participated in a range of anti-bullying activities and awareness assemblies as part of the fortnight.

Thank you to everyone who has also supported our ‘odd socks’ day today!

‘Children in Need’ Day

School raised a staggering amount of £101.00 for the teddy competition and £337.00 for the non-uniform day bringing the total to £438.00. Thank you to everyone who supported our ‘Children In Need’ day.

Pudsey Picture

Well done to Shaun S. (C3) and Lydia W. (C8) who won our Pudsey competition.


Slag Lane, Warrington, Cheshire, WA3 2ED

01942 724865