About Lower Kersal Community Primary School

Lower Kersal Primary School was opened in 1929 and is set in extensive grounds with a large central courtyard area. There are two playgrounds and a large playing field.

 

There are at present 264 children on roll. The Standard Admission Number for each class is 30 children.

 

The school has a 26-place nursery department housed within the main school.  Amongst the many awards we have won over the years, Lower Kersal Community School has been the winner of three Quality Marks, a Leading Parent Partnership Award and has been awarded two Green Flags for its Eco work.  In 2015 our school was Regional Finalist for the North West in the 2015 Pupil Premium Awards and came runner-up in this category.  School was also awarded a SSAT Award for outstanding KS2 Progress.

 

Community School Status

 

In 1994 Lower Kersal Primary School was the first of Salford’s primary schools to be awarded community school status in recognition of our activities which bring the school and its community together.

 

At Lower Kersal Primary School we actively seek to engage our pupils families and local residents in the life and future of the school. It is hoped that this blog will provide a further way for both students, families and members of our school’s wider community to engage with us.

 

 

 

 

Picture gallery: take a look around our school