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St Paulinus Primary Catholic Voluntary Academy

A warm welcome to our website where you should be able to find out lots about our school and what’s important to us.

At St Paulinus Primary Catholic Voluntary Academy we aim to develop every member of our school community - academically, spiritually, morally and socially and we recognise that every person has their own God-given talents, as we are all God’s work of art. We endeavour to offer the very best in Catholic Education and empower our children to be responsible citizens of the 21st century.

Our School Mission Statement is at the heart of all that we do, ‘To love one another, as I have loved you.’ We aim to achieve this through Respect, Enjoyment, Acceptance and Love or as we call them our ‘REAL’ values.

Whilst we pride ourselves on our high academic standards, we give each member of our community the opportunity to see the world through the faith and traditions of the Catholic Church. It is this faith which drives us to be fully inclusive and to provide a wide range of support in helping each person be the very best they can be.

Our school became part of Nicholas Postgate Academy Trust on Wednesday 1st October 2014, along with St Joseph’s Loftus and St Bede's Marske. This followed a period of consultation culminating in the signing of the Funding Agreement by the Secretary of State for Education.

Nicholas Postgate Academy Trust is now pleased to welcome two more Academies, Sacred Heart Secondary and St Benedict’s Primary, to the Trust family of schools as from 1st September 2015. The Academies will now finalise and coordinate their forward plans of how they will develop and improve the school experience for all children.

 

Mr Geaves

Head Teacher &

Designated Safeguard Lead (DSL) please visit our safeguarding page here.

St Paulinus Primary Catholic Voluntary Academy complies with the public sector Equality Duty. Please see our Equality & Diversity Statement and Policy in the School Policies section of this website.

 

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