Welcome to St. Paul’s Church of England Primary School website.
St Paul’s is a one form entry voluntary aided Church of England Primary School, maintained by the Royal Borough of Kingston-upon-Thames and the Diocese of Southwark. The Christian ethos and community surrounding St Paul’s generates a village atmosphere with a total focus on every child.
“Everyone is extremely caring – like a second family.”
St. Paul’s has been serving the local community since 1859 and is a unique school in the heart of a unique community. In 2012 OFSTED graded our school as ‘Good’ and we are continuing to build on the excellent progress which the school has made in the past few years. Pupil progress, enjoyment and engagement are closely monitored and pupil voice is highly valued.
“Staff model that school is a happy place and that learning is a fun thing to do.”
Our mission statement focuses on working in partnership to promote a love of learning and celebrating success in all we do. Our school values are kindness, honesty, forgiveness, being thankful, celebration, fairness, patience and love for all. We are all incredibly proud of our children and the contribution each of them brings to make school life special.
“St. Paul’s embeds good Christian values and provides a happy and fun environment for the children.”
Learning really is fun at St. Paul’s. We strive not only to embed the basic skills, but also to develop the whole child with a wide range of sporting and non-sporting clubs. Children at St. Paul’s enjoy a rich curriculum and benefit from being taught by our excellent specialist music and PE teachers. Learning is also enhanced through theme days, exciting trips and visiting speakers.
“Learning is exciting and inspiring.”
We believe that a close partnership between home and school is key to a child’s success and this website is just one link in the relationship. Parents, carers, relatives and visitors are welcomed into school and we value their views, ideas and expertise. We have an active School Council, Parent Representative Group and PSA (Parent Staff Association), all of which are involved in the decision making processes. Our staff and governors are committed to continuous improvement and providing a high quality education for every child.
We look forward to welcoming you to our school.
Mrs Kathryn Hemming