This website will provide you with an insight into life at Poulton Lancelyn and what we provide for our children to inspire, motivate and excite them. We aim to prepare our children as life-long learners and to become successful, resilient members of society.
We are an inclusive school with over 400 children on roll catering for children aged 4-11.
As a Rights Respecting School, we place great emphasis on personal and social development and encourage the fostering of positive relationships between children, staff, parents and governors to ensure that as a community we work together to get the very best for every child.
Our committed and hardworking team have high expectations of all children both academically and socially.
A spacious, picturesque site provides the setting for our Infant and Junior buildings. Our 2 playgrounds and extensive fields offer a stimulating environment for many sporting and outdoor activities, whilst our well-equipped classrooms cater effectively for delivering our engaging and creative curriculum.
We are one of 5 schools that form Oak Trees Multi-Academy Trust. As a Trust we work collaboratively to ensure enriching learning experiences for our children.
We are very proud of our school and if you would like to find out more, we welcome visits when we would be pleased to give you a tour and answer any questions.
What an amazing afternoon Year 6 are having! They are using their own research about a famous scientist (l… https://t.co/Fi6ULBEDM4
We’re looking forward to forest school sessions beginning for some of our pupils in the new year! @OakTreesMAT 🌿🍃🪵
Our Monday morning assemblies are a lovely opportunity for us to join together as a school to celebrate our success… https://t.co/nuZlzWdI8V
Reminder: tomorrow is the final day to bring in shoe boxes and your school photograph orders. @OakTreesMAT 💜🌟
F2, have been learning how to draw a teddy bear in EAD. They watched a you tube clip and followed the step by step… https://t.co/lNflwaOX7d
F2, have been learning how to draw a teddy bear in EAD. They watched a you tube clip and followed the step by step… https://t.co/70Hg8apebE
The Rights Crew wanted to thank you all for your generosity again today. We have received over 300 shoe boxes ready… https://t.co/GGLsC0Z1xP
A huge thank you to all who donated to Children in Need last week, we raised a whopping £656.53 which is incredible… https://t.co/qFwFRukzQ7
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