Our most recent Ofsted Inspections was
carried out in November 2012. A judgement of "Outstanding" was given.
Our most recent SIAMS Inspection was carried out in November 2017. A judgement of "Good" was given.
Thank you for visiting the website of St Paul's Church of England Combined School, I hope you find the information here useful.
St Paul's is located between the villages of Wooburn Green and Bourne End on a quiet housing estate. It benefits from extensive grounds with countryside and a park nearby. The school has a caring ethos based upon Christian principles where children are encouraged to take responsibility for their learning and embrace challenge.
Our experienced and dedicated staff are committed to providing a high quality education for all pupils. We offer a well-balanced and stimulating curriculum that encourages children to develop a positive attitude to their learning. We aim for teaching and learning to be engaging, relevant and responsive to current events, bringing the world into the classroom. We set high standards and have high expectations for all our children both in their learning and behaviour. We strive to ensure that all cultures, faiths and backgrounds are embraced and children show respect for each other and the school.
We aim to ensure our pupils develop enquiring minds and acquire the relevant skills, attitudes and knowledge, including a life-long love of learning, to prepare them as they progress in their education. We also encourage a healthy attitude towards physical activity, diet and emotional well-being.
A wide range of extra-curricular activities is offered so that children can further develop their sporting, musical and artistic talents. Parents are encouraged to be closely involved in their child's education and we are fortunate to have a very supportive and active PTA. Governors at the school ensure that our aims and objectives are met through strategic planning and budgeting to guarantee high quality resources and facilities for the children in our care.
St Paul's is a family; everyone is valued and shares a unifying vision exemplified in our mission statement:
To provide its pupils with the environment, opportunities and skills necessary to prepare them to be citizens of the 21st Century. Growing in strength, wisdom and faith.
Our School Values have been defined in consultation with children, parents, staff and governors at St Paul's. They have been chosen as umbrella terms and encompass a range of principles and shared beliefs which are explored through collective worship, class activities, PSHE lessons and beyond. These values are evident in these areas but not least in the way that all of us interact in school.
Our School Values are:
Visitors to our school often comment on the supportive, caring atmosphere and respectful, warm interactions between all members of our community. If you are interested in finding out more about our school first hand, please come and visit us.
Mrs Joanne Butler