Our school community is a place where we work together to answer God’s call to be a community of faith in Rottingdean, Brighton.
Our Lady of Lourdes RC Primary School is located in the historic and beautiful Rottingdean on the outskirts of Brighton. We offer places for children aged 5-11 for Primary School education and pride ourselves in providing children with education and social skills, while ensuring their emotional needs are continually met.
Our small classes allow each pupil to be given the care and support that they need which reflects in our Ofsted reports. View our most recent report rated as Good here:
Learning inside and outside of the
As part of the children’s development we offer residential trips in Years 5 and Years 6 to Sayers Croft and Blackland’s Farm.
Teaching children literacy and maths are important, but we also understand that working together is a big part of the skills needed for life after education. At Our Lady of Lourdes RC Primary School we promote teamwork and the helping of others.
P.E. and After School Clubs
Our purpose is to live, love and learn as a school community in partnership with home, parishes and the wider world. We help and nourish the children’s mental and physical development with:
The children learn how to work as a team and individually during their Physical Education, providing necessary skills for post-education life.
Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School
Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Primary School is a Catholic School which seeks to live out the values of Jesus Christ.
As a Catholic school we are fully committed to the values contained within the Gospels. As modern British values have evolved from a time when we were historically Christian, our Gospel values and British values are fundamentally linked and interwoven. In 2011, the government defined British Values as democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of different faiths and beliefs.
We proudly promote these same values through our curriculum as a Catholic school as represented in our mission statement. This recognises every pupil is unique and created in the image of God. (Genesis 1:27) Our framework for understanding British Values draws on the example of Jesus and his welcome and inclusion of all, which is the basis of Catholic Social Teaching.
We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all our children and we expect all staff, parents and carers to share this commitment.