History of the School
Poulton Lancelyn Primary School was opened in September 1970. The school is built on land, which belonged to the Lancelyn-Green family of Poulton Hall; their ancestry can be traced back to William the Conqueror. School has a line of very old oak trees, which used to line the boundary road of the hall and our school badge is one of the Coats of Arms used by the Lancelyn-Green family. The family still retains a connection with the school through membership of the Governing Body.
Poulton Lancelyn School promises to:
• Provide a safe, warm, welcoming atmosphere where children are nurtured and encouraged to develop into caring, responsible, self-disciplined, well-motivated individuals.
• Provide a curriculum that is exciting, stimulating, thorough and well planned in order to give a consistently high quality of education to all the children in our care so that each child can achieve their potential.
• Strive for excellence and enjoyment in all aspects of school life.
• Ensure the children as they grow physically and mentally, will also develop spiritually, culturally, socially and emotionally, so gaining a respect for themselves, each other and for the whole of this exciting world, in which we all live.
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