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    date posted: Monday 23 Dec 2013

    St. Paul's is a lovely school with high standards and very dedicated staff. Parent

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    date posted: Monday 23 Dec 2013


    Our school is really fun and enjoyable because in lessons you always get to learn something new. Pupil


  • Quote 5

    date posted: Monday 23 Dec 2013

    Christian values are at the heart of all that the school seeks to do. Statutory Inspection of Anglican Schools 2009


  • Quote 4

    date posted: Monday 23 Dec 2013

    Successful and strong teamwork ensures that pupils are supported and cared for extremely well. Ofsted 2009

  • Quote 2

    date posted: Wednesday 25 Dec 2013

    Our children, staff and governors wish you a very warm welcome to our school.



  • Quote 7

    date posted: Tuesday 24 Dec 2013

    At St. Paul's C. of E. Junior School we are educated for life with the love of God and christian values at the heart of our school. Mission Statement


Latest News

Parent Staff Association – Annual General Meeting

 Cheese and Wine

 The PSA Annual General Meeting is being held on Wednesday, 17th September at 7.00pm in the school hall. This is an opportunity to hear about PSA events held last year as well as plans and ideas for this academic year.

All welcome.

Cake Sale

Thank you to everyone who supported Evie Pain’s (6R) cake sale in support of the charity Right to Play.  A total of £68.75 was raised in school on Friday, making a grand total of £90.00 raised by Evie through cake sales.


Macmillan Coffee Morning

We will be holding a Macmillan Coffee Morning at St Paul’s School on Friday, 26th September from 8.50am until 10.30am.   

We hope that our community can raise as much money as possible for this wonderful charity.  There will be a cake sale at the end of the school day to sell any leftover cupcakes. 

All welcome. 



On the 18th June 2014 St Paul's was inspected by OFSTED. See our outstanding inspection report here.

Sir Michael Wilshaw, Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector, has written to congratulate the school. He says the following:

 “The judgement of outstanding means that you are exceptional and significant elements of your work are exemplary. I do not underestimate the considerable hard work, expertise and commitment it takes to achieve outstanding provider status.”

Inspection of Church Schools Report

The Section 48 SIAMS Inspection of Church Schools on the 25th June 2014 found that the Distinctiveness and Effectiveness of St Paul’s as a Church of England School are outstanding.
See the report here.

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