Year six pupils get a tast of High Life

Lowton High School prefects Joe Westwell and Kieran Litherland and their new yet-to-be-named mascot with Lowton Junior & Infant School pupils, who got their hands some fencing equipment, during the Lowton Educational Activities Day for feeder primary schools
Lowton High School prefects Joe Westwell and Kieran Litherland and their new yet-to-be-named mascot with Lowton Junior & Infant School pupils, who got their hands some fencing equipment, during the Lowton Educational Activities Day for feeder primary schools

PRIMARY school pupils got a taste of high school when they made a special visit to Lowton High this week.

In the first transition event of the year, Year Six children from across the borough were given the chance to enjoy the sights and sounds of Lowton High School as they participated in a range of fun activities.

They also had the chance to meet the school’s mascot, who is yet to be named.

More than 700 pupils from 20 local primary schools scaled the heights on a climbing wall, tried their arm at archery and gazed in awe at the wonders of the universe in a specially constructed planetarium.