Our Christian Distinctiveness
An aided school, which sits on grounds owned by The Richard Comberbach Trust. Lower Peover is a Church of England school supported by its local parish church, St Oswald’s.
Our staff, governors and trustees are committed to providing an excellent education within the context of the Christian faith, which is underpinned by the Chester Diocese syllabus. We value all children as ‘children of God’ and welcome them into our caring, happy and safe Church of England school family.
Our vision, created by our school community, enables and inspires those we serve to achieve their goals and aspirations. We accomplish this through our unwavering Christian ethos, which permeates all that we do, as we value every member of our school community regardless of age, gender, ethnicity or faith.
At Lower Peover CofE Primary School we pride ourselves in knowing the children and their families personally. Staff know the true value of taking time to develop these positive relationships. Every adult knows that to inspire a child can spark a lifetime of curiosity. They recognise that when combined with Jesus’ message to love one another, curiosity can be harnessed to create courage, advocacy and hope for the future. Our vision encapsulates this.
In voluntary aided schools, the governing body controls the religious education and this must be according to the rites, practices and principals of the Church of England. The Chester Diocese support the delivery of religious education at Lower Peover Primary School.
Our school aims to provide opportunities for all children to develop as independent, confident, successful learners with high aspirations who know how to make a positive contribution to their diverse community and the wider society. There is a high focus on developing children’s moral, spiritual, social and cultural understanding through the Christian message of love, joy and celebration of humanity. Through our whole school vision, Lower Peover CofE Primary School creates an environment where all children feel welcome, can flourish, and are well prepared for life as active global citizens in today’s world.