Our small rural church school serves the Parish of Lathom and surrounding areas, including Skelmersdale and Burscough. We have close links with Lathom Park Chapel and Ormskirk Parish Church. Please explore our site and if you would like to visit us you will find a warm, friendly welcome.
Enquiries to the Headteacher: Mrs Carol McIIwain
"Ormskirk Lathom Park is a safe, happy and friendly school where pupils achieve well and develop in confidence.” OFSTED 2017
Calendar of Upcoming Events
18th October - Forest School - the whole school takes part in activities throughout the day - don't forget your wellies & a waterproof coat!
26th October - Lathom Park pupils have been chosen to design a display in Booths, Burscough, as part of the centenary Remembrance Day - Poppies of Peace. The display will be available to view in Booths from the 26th October
31st October - PTFA meeting at 3:30pm in school to discuss the upcoming Bring and Buy Sale in aid of Children in Need.
8th November - Scooting Stars - taking place each Thursday afternoon, running up until the 13th December
8th November - Tempest Photography - individual Pupil Photographs, 2-3pm
14th November - Flu Immunisation for children from Reception to Year 5
Further details for these events can be found on the school newsletters
The children had an absolutely brilliant time at our Forest School, this week Nursey, Infants and Juniors classes were busy making fire and they made 'smores' (toasted marshmallows and biscuits).
What is Growth Mindset?
The term 'growth mindset' refers to a way of thinking, learning and taking on challenges. A person with a growth mindset is open to constructive criticism, takes feedback and uses it, takes on new challenges, pushes themselves outside of their comfort zone and shows resilience and perseverance.
Studies show that it is people with a growth mindset (as opposed to a fixed mindset) who achieve in life, are successful in all they do and are happy. Of course, this is what we want for all of our children.
Growth Mindset at Lathom Park CE Primary School
This year we are introducing to the concept of growth mindset and pupils will be participating in a range of activities to learn more about it and try to display a growth mindset in school and at home. Pupils are taught how their brains work and how new connections are formed when we try new things and practice them, over and over. We have had PSHE lessons, assemblies, yoga, praise assembly, go noodle and school values which promotes mindset.
Every day is an open day at our school
Please telephone to book an appointment
Tel: 01704 892375
Collaboration - link
As part of the collaboration with Haskayne CE Primary School we have found it beneficial to share resources.
Staff from both schools regularly take part in joint training sessions. We now have new Bug Club reading books in KS1 and KS2 and by sharing these resources with Haskayne, we have been able to purchase a wider selection.
Click on the link below to visit the website of Haskayne CE primary school
We are currently in the process of improving our website, so if what you're looking for is not here please keep looking or ring and request for it to be added.