Do you have a child starting Reception in September 2024? Please call the school office on 01772 423694 to book on a tour of the Infant school.
Home Page

Leyland Methodist SchoolsA Federation of Leyland Methodist Infant and Junior Schools


Happiness in School

What Makes You Happy To Be At LMS?


 Mrs Sewell: The wonderful children, loving to teach ,seeing people smile!

Mrs Wilkinson : The people and those light blub moments!

Mr Rushton : The fantastic children!

Mr Fitz : When you get a thank you :)

Mrs Bretherton : Smiling children!

Mr Baybutt : Smiling, happy children!

Miss Motala : The wonderful children and teachers!


By Millie and Kaci





THE other day we interviewed Mr Baybutt at multi sports these were some questions we asked him:


How do you warm up the children?

His answer was:  we do a lot of mixed skills things that warm the legs up the arms up and then our full body’s and then we take that into a game situation.

What are you doing in multi sports today?

Today we are playing football and working on our team work skills.

Do you like teaching sports? Why?

Yes I love it,  because it involves a lot of team work.

Is there anything difficult about teaching multi sports?

Yes, because everyone is very competitive and wants to win.

Why do you want to teach the kids sports?

To have fun and for it to be a place to make friends.

  So this is the schools multi sports club - there were smiling faces all around!


By Emily

Doing kind things - Running for charity!

Mia: What are you doing the half marathon for?

Miss Sanderson: I’m doing the marathon to raise money for the wonderful charity Well Child.

Mia: Why Well Child?

Miss Sanderson: Well Child is an incredible charity that helps provide provision for poorly children to come home from hospital and be looked after safely and comfortably at home.

Mia: Are any friends or family joining the marathon with you?

Miss Sanderson: They’re not but they are kindly going to come and watch to support me.

Mia: How much money are you guessing will be raised?

Miss Sanderson:  I will be grateful for any donations. 


By Mia

Mia: How is the training going?

Miss Sanderson: It is super hard, I have never run so much in my life, but it will all be worth it in the end!

Our Ethos and Values Statement

Within God’s love for everyone, Our school family is committed to serve by:

- celebrating everyone’s unique God-given talents;

- giving the best of ourselves for all the world;

- doing all the good we can together.

  • Love
  • Serve
  • Celebrate
  • Together