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Head Teacher's Welcome

Headteacher photoWelcome to St. Paul’s Church of England Primary School Website. We are a small school with big aspirations. We love learning and encourage all members of our community (pupils, parents, staff and governors) to look for opportunities to develop their knowledge and skills. We believe in the power of a 'Growth Mind-Set', focus on developing resilience in our pupils and promote an understanding of the learning that can come from making mistakes. 

If you would like to come and visit us, please contact the school office.

Mrs Emily Evans, Headteacher

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SIAMS Report November 2022

 

We are deligted to be able to share our SIAMS Report with the school and wider community. St Paul's has been judged to be an 'Excellent' school!

 

Some stand out phrases from the report are:

 

  • “Leaders are courageous, passionate and inspirational in driving the school's vision.”
  • “Pupils and adults (including parents) flourish because they are at the heart of all decisions that leaders make.”
  • “Extra-curricular and enrichment activities support the taught curriculum to enable pupils to flourish further.”
  • “Prayer and reflection are central to the life of the school.”
  • “Pupils think freely, develop their own views and take risks in their learning.”
  • “High expectations, insatiable curiosity, independent learning and unfailing care are the 'routinely normal' yet distinctive features of this transformational learning environment.”
  • “Leaders at all levels, including pupils, are empowered by the vision.”
  • “Prayer is a spontaneous yet inclusive, intentional and invitational discipline at the school; it fuels a rich culture of deep reflection for pupils and adults.”
  • “The school’s relationship with the church is exceptionally strong. The parish church from which the school takes its name serves the school with goodness and generosity.”
  • “The school’s central belief that all pupils should feel safe and cared for is powerfully lived out. Pupils are treasured as gifts to be nurtured, respected and appreciated.”
  • “The way in which the school partners with parents, supports the holistic wellbeing of families and enables them to flourish is exceptional.”
  • “St Paul’s is a community where participation from parents is dynamic but unforced. The school listens and responds to the voice of parents.”
  • “The school prides itself on being ‘comfortable in the uncomfortable’ and will do whatever it takes to ensure all pupil groups are represented and celebrated.”
  • “Pupils flourish across all curriculum areas and are trained to become highly independent learners.”

 

See the full report here:  SIAMS Report 2022