Welcome to Bowerham

A community primary and nursery school for children aged 2-11

Stand tall, reach high and love learning

Welcome! Our school serves the children and families within the community of Bowerham in Lancaster. It is a large, very successful and happy school where staff, children and parents work hard and do the best they can.

The Bowerham School community is proud to nurture aspiration, inspire love for life-long learning and prepare children for a changing society.

At Bowerham School we:

  • Ensure all children have access to a fun and engaging, ambitious and creative curriculum that widens their life experiences
  • Develop confident and independent learners with motivation, curiosity and a love of learning
  • Ensure all children learn about and demonstrate the British Values of: tolerance, mutual respect, individual liberty, democracy and rule of law
  • While respecting differences including gender, ethnicity, religion and ability.
  • Nurture, develop and challenge children to be aspirational and secure within themselves in order to prepare them for their future

Mrs Banks, Head

What’s going on in your child’s class this week?

Click on the links below to see your child’s class page.

Our Class Pages

Report an absence

If your child is absent from school please make sure you tell us as early as you can so that we are aware.

Contact Us

Admissions

If you are interested in sending your child to our nursery or primary school, welcome!
You can find out more about us, read our Prospectus and learn more about how the school works within our admissions pages.

If you are looking for a place for Reception 2020 and would like to book a showaround at our school please click here for the available dates and to book your place.

Admissions

School News

Discover all the latest news and see what our children have been up to!

School News

Our School Improvement Plan

Every year we write a school improvement plan so that the staff, governing body and school can work hard to make Bowerham the best that it can be.

Read our School Improvement Plan

Value of the Half Term

Peace

Explore the idea of a special place where we can sit quietly and think

In November talk could refer to Remembrance and why we have poppies, leading to a discussion on world peace

What can we do to feel more ‘at peace’ with ourselves?