Why is St. Paul’s so special?
Our school is a community that welcomes people of any faith, and none, to come and fully participate.
We retain our historic faith roots as a Church of England school, supporting all, irrespective of faith, on their own spiritual path. While society at large presents tolerance as a virtue, St Paul’s school offers something much, much better – hospitality. A warm welcome to one and all, going out of our way to accommodate those of different faiths.
Everyone in St. Paul’s family is a learner and everyone is special. We hold the children’s needs at the heart of all that we do – aiming for excellence, always.
Our curriculum is built upon the four pillars of:
- Wisdom, Knowledge & Skills
- Hope & Aspiration
- Dignity & Respect
- Community & Living Well Together
We believe all our pupils should have the opportunity to experience, ‘Life in all its fullness’ (John 10:10) at St. Paul’s, where we endeavour to provide a knowledge-rich curriculum, whilst at the same time, developing skills for life.
Mrs A Lister
Pupils' attitudes to learning are first class. They enjoy coming to school and their attendance is above average. Pupils say that they feel safe and cared for and that they are proud to be members of the school family.
Ofsted June 2013 quote