St. Teresa’s Primary School is a co-educational maintained primary school which seeks to educate within a caring, Catholic ethos. It also welcomes children of all faiths whose beliefs are respected.

Our school is a UNICEF Rights Respecting School and Article 29 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) underpins our school’s visionary framework.

Education must develop every child’s personality, talents and abilities to the full. It must encourage the child’s respect for human rights, as well as respect for their parents, their own and other cultures and the environment’

Important Notices

On Monday 12th November, the school will begin Anti-Bullying Week. This year’s theme is ‘Choose Respect’. The week will begin with an assembly organised by the school’s Rights Respecting Steering group of children and Mrs Branniff. Teachers will carry out a range of activities in class during the week to focus on this theme. The children will also participate in a poster competition which has been sponsored by the Friends of St Teresa’s. On Friday the children are encouraged to wear something yellow such an a bow, socks, badge, hair band etc. to symbolise their decision to ‘Choose Respect’ and the week will finish with Mrs Ellis’s Class Assembly. We hope this will further empower the children of our school to speak out if they need help and to know who they can speak to.

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Please see below the design for our new school playground which is due to be completed on 23rd October 2018.

Please see the latest school magazine below by clicking the image. This will give you a flavour of life in St Teresa’s during Term 3- April-June 18

The schedule for school holidays can be found in the parents tab above

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