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19th December 18

The Governing Body are proposing a change to the school's admission arrangements from September 2020. The proposed arrangements are attached above. 

If you have any comments which you would like to make about the proposed new arrangements, please email Carolyn Singleton, headteacher, or write to Broughton CE Primary School, Church Lane, Preston, Lancashire, PR3 5JB. 

The consultation period opens on Friday 23rd November 2018 and closes on Friday 4th January 2019. 

Admission to School 2019


We would like to invite all parents and carers who are interested in sending their child to Broughton CE Primary School in September 2019, to make an appointment for a tour of the school. We will not be holding any Open Days this year as we would like to give prospective parents the opportunity to visit school on a 'real' school day. 

If you would like to make an appointment to visit the school, please contact the headteacher, Carolyn Singleton, on 01772 862788 or email: 

We look forward to welcoming you to our school. 

If you would like further information on the school's admission arrangements and how we rank children, please click here.


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Bible Verse


This week's bible verse: 

Praise the Lord, all you nations: extol him, all you peoples. For great is his love towards us, and the faithfulness of the Lord endures forever. Praise the Lord. Psalm 117

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Mission Statement


Love learning, life, one another and God. 

At Broughton CE Primary School, we:

Rejoice in every day of life. Ecclesiastes 11:8

  • provide a caring, loving Christian environment where Jesus is our model
  • ensure that worship and prayer is central to our daily lives
  • deliver high quality, creative and stimulating learning opportunities both inside and outside the classroom
  • foster the desire to explore including our environment; our culture, heritage and history and the wider world around us
  • work in close partnership with parents, the church and the community