Schools which help us

Schools which help us

Wigan & Leigh Hospice has a fantastic relationship with schools in the borough and enjoys tremendous support from them.

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Abram Bryn Gates emphasises the positive. It has a united staff - totally committed in our beliefs and the aims of the school. The school's aim is to provide the community with an efficient and happy school, to raise standards in all areas of the curriculum, to have a collectively constructed working School Improvement plan - and also be a successful school where children feel safe, content and are able to achieve their goals.

St Edmund Arrowsmith Catholic High School aims to provide a secure and caring environment which enables all pupils to develop their abilities to the full and to become mature and responsible citizens. The school seeks to be a community which complements the home and the parish in attempting to live out the values of the Gospel and our Catholic faith. We have an experienced and committed staff who provide a stimulating learning environment for our young people.

The school aims to give your child the best education possible built on the gospel principles of Jesus Christ. We have a warm and welcoming environment and friendly, committed and caring staff. We cater for children from the ages of 3 - 11 and currently have 244 children on roll.

At St Stephen's every child is unique and the school does everything it can to make sure your child gets the education that is best for them. The school seeks to prepare children, not only in terms of the knowledge and skills they need but also in helping them to be caring, thoughtful individuals who can work and learn independently and co-operatively.

Aspull Church Primary School is a joint Anglican/Methodist voluntary aided school situated in the village of Aspull, near Wigan. Children are encouraged from the beginning to develop positive attitudes to learning and to treat others with understanding and respect. Staff, parents and pupils work together to achieve the highest standards in a stimulating and caring environment.

Britannia Bridge Primary School is a true community school, providing the very best for ‘each and everyone’ of our 3 to 11 year old children and their families. It is situated in the heart of Lower Ince, within easy reach of Wigan Town Centre.

Bryn St Peter's CE Primary School has a strong Christian ethos. In the school, education is seen in the broadest sense, that of educating the whole child - academically, socially, spiritually, morally and physically.

Bedford Hall works to ensure the highest quality education for each individual pupil. The school has high expectations of its children and recognise all talents and abilities.

Castle Hill St Philip’s is a Voluntary Aided Church of England Primary School for boys and girls aged from 4 to 11 years. The school aims to create a happy, healthy, caring community where all children feel secure and confident and have the opportunity to achieve their best.

Chowbent Primary School was founded in 1860 and was sited next to Chowbent Unitarian Chapel, in the minister's house. Chowbent Primary School is a voluntary controlled primary school for boys and girls aged 4+ to 11 years.

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