Fair ~ Firm ~ Faith ~ Fun ~ Friendly

Regrettably we are currently closed to all apart from pupils of key workers.

Prospective Parents

We have held virtual open evening sessions for prospective parents. If you were not able to attend, more information about our school can be found in videos on our Youtube channel here

If you would like to apply for a place on the basis of faith, admission and reference forms can be found at the back of our prospectus above. Please contact the school if you have further questions.


Welcome to our school web-site.

Our school is an exciting place to learn. Children say,
‘I like coming to school. It’s fun!’
‘Teachers help you if you get stuck.’
‘We get to do exciting things in lessons.’
Information on our web-site is continually being updated, so we hope you get a feel for what is happening in  our school. If you would like to visit us and find out more, please contact the acting headteacher Mr Leeming.

Letter from the Headteacher

At Poulton St Chad’s we seek to enable all pupils to thrive and learn how to be prepared as responsible members of the community.  Our Christian values are of special importance, underpinning all our activities. This is reflected in our close association with St Chad’s Church and input into pupils’ well-being. We provide a vibrant learning environment with a broad, rich curriculum and a wide range of learning experiences, enabling our children to flourish.

The close partnership between the pupils, parents, staff of the school and the governors is one of the utmost importance.  Through working together we can provide effective teaching and learning for every child, in an atmosphere of trust, where all are valued.

School Organisation

We have an admission number of 35 pupils each year. The maximum legal number of pupils in Early Years and Key Stage 1 classes is 30 pupils. For this reason, we have four smaller classes of 20-30 pupils with mixed cohorts across these year groups.  When the children enter Key Stage 2 they are taught in larger class sizes with one cohort of approximately 35 pupils per class.