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Welcome to Lower Wortley Primary School Website 

Our values and ethos

  At Lower Wortley Primary School we aim to provide a safe and stimulating environment where each child can fulfil their learning potential through a broad and engaging curriculum designed around the core principles of citizenship, ambition and resilience.  We encourage all children to work hard and strive for success in everything they do.  It is equally important to us that the children are happy at school and enjoy being part of school life.

School Context

Lower Wortley Primary School is a popular, one and a half form entry school.  We moved into a new building in 2005 but the original school was established in 1872.  Our school is situated in the West of Leeds and serves many families in the Wortley area.

Whether you are a parent or carer of a child who already attends our school or you are considering our school for your child in the future, we hope that you will find all the information that you need on our website.  Please contact us directly using the details at the top of this page if you can not find the information that you need.

School Prospectus

If you are not yet part of our school commuity and are interested in our school then our digital prospectus will provide more information.  Please click here.

Further information about applying for a school place can be found on the Leeds City Council website:

Leeds City Council - School Admissions Information

Additional admission information about our school can be found on our admissions page - here.

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Need Help?

Our useful links page has lots of information to support parents and carers - please click here.

Need support with domestic violence? 

Click on this link to visit the Leeds Domestic Violence Support website.

Leeds Domestic Violence Support

Or call 0113 246 0401

If parents and carers need advice on supporting children's mental health, please see our school advice in the Children's Wellbeing section of this website - please click here.