“Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord”

– Colossians 3:23


School life
Morning Session 9am-12.00pm (KS1) 9am - 12.20pm (KS2)
Afternoon Session 1.00pm-3.15pm (KS1) 1.15pm - 3.15pm (KS2)

Year 1-6 inclusive pupils have a morning break at 10.30am to 10.50am.  Key Stage 1 children have an afternoon break of fifteen minutes.

Pupils are asked to arrive at school between 8.30am and 9am. Staff members are outside to assist the children out of the cars.

All pupils are registered in the morning and afternoon.

Please make sure your child arrives at school on time. It is very important that good habits are formed early. Being punctual is very important and helps the day get off to a good start. If someone else is to pick up your child please let the office know on admin@lowerpeover.cheshire.sch.uk . Do please try to be punctual, as children can get very upset if they feel left behind.

The children are to be dropped off by car in the loop at the entrance to the school.  We operate a "drop off only" system. Please use the lapby within the front loop should you need to pull over. It is not possible to park up at the rear of school and walk your children around to their entrances.

Collective Worship

At Lower Peover C of E Aided Primary School, the children attend whole school worship on three days and class worship on two days, which incorporates celebration of work on the fifth day.


If your child is absent through sickness or any unavoidable cause, you need to inform the school by telephone in the first instance. Please call on each morning of your child's absence.  Please ensure you leave their name, class and nature of illness.  Absence for sickness and diarrhea is 48 hours from the last episode.

The school has discretionary power to grant leave of absence for a family holiday or visit overseas but you should not, however, expect such leave to be granted as of right.

Permission will not be given if:

  • It is applied for after the visit or holiday has taken place.
  • It is felt that it would be detrimental to your child’s educational progress
  • It coincides with the period of Standard Assessment Tests (SATS)
  • More than ten school days leave is requested in any school year

By Law the school must collect and report details of absences as attendance is a performance indicator. Further information is available from the school.

School Uniform & PE Kit

What a child wears to school reflects his/her attitude to learning, It portrays the school’s ethos and shared positive values. We have a very simple uniform that the pupils are encouraged to wear. 

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