Low Moor C. of E. Primary School

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Park House Road, Low Moor, Bradford BD12 0NN


01274 600797

Low Moor C. of E. Primary School

Our school is a community in which adults and children work together, ‘Aiming for Excellence’ in all that we do. The Fruits of God's Holy Spirit are at the heart of our school, ensuring a love of learning and of life, a love of God and of one another.

  1. Parents
  2. Pastoral


Pastoral Care of Pupils


Our school is dedicated to providing bespoke pastoral support to ensure the well-being and development of every children. The key aspects of our pastoral support are:

Caring Environment: We cultivate a caring and inclusive environment where children feel safe, supported, and valued. This is fundamental to their overall well-being.

Designated Pastoral Team: We have a dedicated team, including teachers and support staff, responsible for pastoral care. They work collaboratively to address the social, emotional, and personal needs of children.

Open Communication Channels: We maintain open and effective communication channels between children, parents, and school staff. This ensures that concerns are addressed promptly, and achievements are celebrated.

Personalised Support Plans: Where necessary, we develop personalised support plans which are tailored to individual needs and may involve academic, social, emotional, or mental health support.

Bullying Prevention and Intervention: Our school has a comprehensive approach to bullying prevention. We promote a culture of respect and kindness, and intervention strategies are in place to address any instances of bullying.

Emotional Well-being Programmes: We integrate programmes that focus on emotional well-being into our curriculum. These aim to equip children with the tools to navigate emotions, build resilience, and develop positive relationships.

Peer Support Initiatives: We encourage positive peer relationships through various initiatives, fostering a sense of community and support among children.

Our commitment to pastoral support reflects our belief that a nurturing and supportive environment is essential for children to thrive academically, socially and emotionally throughout their primary school years.


School Nurse

The school is visited regularly by the school nurse. Healthcare interviews are held during your child’s first year at school. If you have a concern about your child you can contact the school nurse through school or at Holmewood Clinic (01274 221203).

If you have any queries regarding the health of your child that may affect his or her learning please contact Mrs Ryan our S.E.N.D. Liaison Officer.


Family Support Officer

Mrs Crawshaw is our Family Support Officer. Her role is to promote a positive relationship between home and school. 

She provides family support, nurture group work and adult education classes for parents.  She also provides opportunities for parents to support their child and works with community networks to support school.

For more information, please contact Mrs Crawshaw.