"I try to say things that make people feel happy about themselves."
Statement to Live By
Eco Tip of the Month
Collect all used batteries and bring them into school for recycling!
It is my privilege to welcome you to the family of St Philip Neri RC Primary School…
…which is so much more than just a school; we are a hub of education, faith and community, which welcomes all and strives to develop the unique, God-given gifts and talents of all our pupils. Our school has developed a set of core values of ‘Love, Trust and Respect’ which underpin all the work we do. These values have an impact on all we do, they help to deepen your child’s choices in relation to themselves, the communities from which they are part of and the wider world.
I hold a strong belief in the power of education to change children’s lives and the right of every child to receive an excellent education. Children are recognised as individuals and their unique personality, talents and interests are nurtured and developed to the full. At St Philip Neri we develop the whole child and provide opportunities for them to flourish within and beyond the classroom. The strong partnership we develop between parents and school enables children to achieve success.
I trust that you will recognise how special our school and parish community is here at St Philip Neri’s and I look forward to sharing a bright future together with you and your family.
Mrs V Douglass (Head Teacher)
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School News and Updates
To celebrate St Georges day all the children in the school made their own St Georges day biscuits! St. George was an important Roman Soldier who was killed because he stood up to the Roman Emperor who was persecuting the Christian soldiers. In doing this he had to...
We've been learning about the lifecycle of frogs. Our tadpoles are ready to change.
We made chocolate nests for Easter
View image Year 1 have been learning about ordinal numbers. They made vehicles in the construction area and used them in the race. We had six participants who raced in the hall! The rest of us cheered for them. We think we are all winners!
View image Class 3 are on a mission to understand clocks before the Easter Holidays. We have decided to use ourselves as numbers and hands! Can you work out the time we are displaying? Can we achieve our mission...TIME is running out - TICK, TOCK,TICK, TOCK!!!
Please visit our Class pages for regular updates on learning and activities.
The Governors and Staff would like to thank parents for the efforts they have made to ensure that their children have consistently good attendance. Attendance over the last 2 years has been above 96% which is very good. The Government expects attendance of at least 95%, but many children in our school have excellent attendance (98 – 100%). They are keen to be in school and don’t want to miss any of the interesting and exciting opportunities for learning on offer.
- Reception 92.7% 92.7%
- Year 2 96.1% 96.1%
- Year 4 96.7% 96.7%
- Year 6 96.8% 96.8%
- Year 1 95.7% 95.7%
- Year 3 95.8% 95.8%
- Year 5 96.3% 96.3%
- Whole School 95.9% 95.9%
Living and Learning Together with a Joyous Heart
Mrs V Douglass – Head Teacher
T: 0191 460 4378
Mrs McKie – School Business Manager
School Number 390 3330