Introduction to St Paul's Primary School
St Paul's was founded in 1845 by the National Society, a Church of England body which was responsible for establishing Christian education in England for young children from the eighteenth century onwards. That tradition continues, bringing Christian ethos to the daily work and life of the school.
There is a daily collective act of worship, which may take place in differet forms. Children are encouraged to make an active contribution to the daily act of worship. The main Christian festivals are celebrated either at school or at St Paul's Church.
When you join the community of St Paul's school, you are coming into a group of parents and children who, with the staff and governors, work to create a caring learning environment. We all want the children who attend here to have a purposeful and satisfying experience and sense of well-being. We want children to grow and develop and eventually leave us having enjoyed a rewarding experience.
The participation of parents, governors and community is greatly encouraged within the school. Close communication with parents is considered to be extremely important at St Paul's Primary School.
We hope our website provides you with all the information you need. If there is anything more you would like to know, or if you would like to visit the school, please see our office staff who would be more than happy to assist you, we welcome all visitors.