Lowe’s Wong Anglican Methodist Junior School is a lively, forward looking church school with long established links with the community. The school’s origins go back well over a century when the National Church of England (1840) and Methodist (1871) schools were built to serve Southwell.
The school prides itself on its warm atmosphere in which children are respected and valued as individuals and education is felt to be a partnership with parents. Teaching and non-teaching staff, caretaking staff, kitchen and lunchtime supervisors and the school governors all work closely to provide a caring, purposeful, stimulating environment in which children can feel secure, learn to respect and value the needs of each other and work to the best of their ability.
The School aims for the children to be involved in their own learning and to develop the self-discipline necessary to take full advantage of all the school has to offer. The children are recognised to have individual qualities and the school acknowledges that they all have a valuable contribution to make to the life of the school. There are high expectations of the children and the school seeks to ensure that, irrespective of race, gender or disability, all have access to a first rate education which will set them on their way to playing a full and valuable part in our society.
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