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Love others (John 15:12); Everybody join in (Psalm 133:1); Always do your best (Colossians 3:23); Reach out (Luke 6:31); Never give up (Philippians 4:13).

Lowdham C of E Primary School

‘Shine Like Stars’

School Values

At Lowdham CofE Primary School, we all Shine Like Stars! (Philippians 2:15)

Each child is unique, incredible and valued highly and we strive to nurture them so they can develop themselves to their full potential. We love to see them grow in confidence; to develop a wide range of skills; and to become socially and spiritually aware so they can leave us as the stars they are and continue to make their mark upon the world.

This is our role and our privilege.


Lowdham Learners...

Love others “My command is this: love each other as I have loved you.” John 15 v 12

This is seen in: forgiveness, patience, friendship, trust, kindness, care, thoughtfulness and honesty.


Everyone join in “How good and pleasant it is when God’s people live together in unity!” Psalm 133 v 1

This is seen in: being focused, accepting, positivity, enthusiasm, teamwork, participation, enjoyment


Always do your best “Work at everything you do with all your heart.” Colossians 3 v 23

This is seen in: determination, confidence, resilience, independence and self-belief.


Reach out “Do to others as you want them to do to you.” Luke 6 v 31

This is seen in: understanding, empathy, charity, generosity, self-control, respect, courtesy and humility.


Never give up “I can do all this by the power of Christ. He gives me strength.” Philippians 4 v 13

This is seen in: ambition, pride, trust, resilience, self-belief, growth mindset.


You can see how we REACH OUT by clicking the links and seeing the charities we support or look at our links with The King's Village in Ghana.


These are the logos that the children designed for our five values.

Spirituality at Lowdham C of E Primary School

All areas of our curriculum contribute to pupils’ spiritual development. Spiritual development relates to fundamental questions about the meaning and purpose of life which affect everyone, and is not dependent on a religious affiliation.


Spiritual learners search for meaning in their very existence and their place in the greater scheme of things. At Lowdham we consider the different layers of how we connect spiritually with ourselves, our community, our world and our God. “How we connect” posters are displayed in classrooms and around school.