St Wilfrid's Church

Our Church, St Wilfrid’s, is an Anglican parish church which is situated in Market Place, Standish. The Church is part of the Diocese of Blackburn.

The Church is a Grade 1 listed building which was built in the 16th Century but a church is believed to have stood in this same place since the early 13th Century and maybe much longer.

We have strong ties with our Church, the Rector of St Wilfrid’s, Rev’d Canon Andrew Holliday is our Chair of Governors. Members of the clergy from St Wilfrid’s lead weekly worship for our staff and pupils in both KS1 and KS2. We visit the Church for special services during the year and use the Church as inspiration for a wide variety of learning including history topics, art, and media.

Visit the website for St Wilfrid’s Standish

We have access to the Church’s new giant screen to enhance our worship in Church. Pupils and teachers work together to produce resources to use during the services.

Messy Church takes place in the Parish Hall every 2nd Tuesday in the month from 3.30-4.30pm. Families of all ages are welcome to join the activities at Messy Church and share food, stories, crafts and above all fun!


Office Contact: Mrs P Jackson

St Wilfrid's Church of England

Primary Academy.

Rectory Lane, Standish,

Wigan WN6 0XB

Tel: 01257423992

Email Us

Create custom Twitter Widget using PHP by CodexWorld
  • RT @StWilfridsMusic: Happy half-term. To our instrumentalists - remember to practise little and often. Timetables are almost complete and…

    15th Feb
  • RT @MrsHopeClass: Well done to mason and Harrison for achieving 99% on our times tables quiz.

    15th Feb
  • RT @MrsHopeClass: Harrison has won respect and Jessica has won honesty in our interim sports challenge. Well done.

    15th Feb
  • RT @kfinchclass: To finish our Topic, 1F have baked some bread, inspired by Pudding Lane bakery! We kneaded it, let it rise and shaped it i…

    15th Feb
  • RT @Ldaviesclass: We are very busy writing our instructions on how to get around Fairyland 🧚‍♀️ 🧚‍♂️

    15th Feb