Marsh Green Primary School
Kitt Green Road Marsh Green Wigan WN5 0EF
All Enquiries please call Mrs Young *01942 222016*
SENDCo Miss Parkinson (Acting SENDCO)


Marsh Green is a primary school within the Borough of Wigan and currently there are 428 pupils on roll from Nursery to Year 6 (374 from Reception to Year 6).  The school is double form entry from Year 1 to Year 6 and our PAN has changed to 45, meaning that we are moving to 1.5 form entry from September 2023. We have two nurseries and take children from 2 years old. The percentage of children entitled to free school meals is well above the National average at 56.4%, with Pupil Premium at 50.1%. The school was last inspected in May 2023 and was described as ‘Requires Improvement’. We are proud that a number of areas were described as ‘Good’, including: Early Years, Personal Development and Behaviour and Attitudes. We are on the pathway back to an overall ‘Good’ inspection outcome with a dedicated and committed team, happy and determined to support our fabulous children.

Marsh Green’s values are lived throughout each day of school life. Our children and staff ensure that they demonstrate our values, to create a supportive, inclusive and aspirational learning environment.

Our Marsh Green Values:

-Care for everyone and everything
-Show good manners at all times
-Follow instructions with thought and care  

The Governors are very active in supporting the children and staff at school, visiting for assemblies and Governor Days. Our Chair of Governors helps support school in a range of ways, including the reading ethos of the school by reading to our weekly winners and providing high quality texts to continue to raise our children’s aspirations.  

We also have an active School Council, where members are elected through a voting system, enabling children to have their say in their school. Pupil leadership is valued at our school and our children are able to access a range of leadership opportunities across the curriculum.

Marsh Green is a school at the heart of its community, and we work hard to makes sure it remains there.



Our Vision Statement


Marsh Green Primary is a nurturing school where we firmly believe that each and every child deserves to feel safe and have the very best opportunities and experiences to enable them to live fulfilling and successful lives and aspire to reach their full potential as a valued and respected member of the community.

"I will be the best that I can be"

Our Promise

We promise that before your child leaves Marsh Green Primary School, your child will have the opportunity to:

  • Go to the beach and paddle in the sea
  • See a live performance
  • See animals close up
  • Visit a museum, art gallery or exhibition
  • Ride a bike
  • Stay away from home
  • Eat out in a restaurant
  • Go on a plane, train or boat
  • Cook outdoors
  • Learn to play an instrument

School Houses


Our children will be sorted into houses for the new academic year. Whole school rewards will all link to the children's houses. 

The children will be rewarded with five house points for a range of reasons including:

  • Following our school values
  • Completing a homework task from the grid
  • Receiving the Best Seats in the House certificate
  • Reading three or more times per week
  • High quality work

The winning house will earn a non-uniform day at the end of each half term.

British Values

Welcome to our nurturing, caring and learning-rich school. We hope you enjoy looking around our site; if you are inspired, please come along and see for yourself what we are really like in person. We are proud here to share our values with you.  

Democratic School 

  • We vote for and elect School Councillors, Peer Mediators and Play Leaders. 
  • We can write a letter to our Headteacher at any time and she replies back after speaking with her SLT. One of our exciting requests is for a school radio show to play during our lunch break. 



Rules of Law 

  • Each class learns our school values and understands that we our responsible for our own behaviour by using the Zones of Regulation. 
  • The school values are shared throughout the school and reiterated through assemblies. 


Individual Liberty 

  • In school and class, we are encouraged to ask for anything because we don’t fear people saying no. We have class discussions frequently and we can share our thoughts on anything. 


Mutual Respect 

  • We respect others no matter how we look, or what gender we are; or what race or religion we are. We detest any form of racism. 



  • We respect and acknowledge that different children in school celebrate different religious festivals.  


All Enquiries please call Mrs Young *01942 222016*
SENDCo Miss Parkinson -
*All calls are recorded*
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