At St. Paul's School we see ourselves as a facility where pupils learn for life. Our staff are more than just highly qualified experts in their different subject areas. Their educational expertise and personal commitment make significant contributions to fostering our culture of mutual respect and cooperation. Learning is about much more than simply imparting knowledge. We believe that it's vital to provide individual support for every student.
In short, we encourage our pupils to develop their own personality and to discover their own individual paths towards adulthood.
Below you will find our school prospectus. This web version does not contain our Safeguarding and Admission policies as, along with the Staff list, they can be found elsewhere on the website.
|Early Years||3+ to 4 years (Nursery)|
|Early Years||4 to 5 years (Reception)|
|Key Stage 1||5 to 7+ years (Year 1 - Year 2)|
|Key Stage 2||8+ to 11+ years (Year 3 - Year 6)|
The Nursery school has 62 places organised in morning and afternoon sessions, with 39 children in the morning and 23 in the afternoon. The Nursery has an adult to pupil ratio of at least 1:13. In the afternoon there are also 16 places available for wraparound care in the Tiger Club. This is paid childcare which is made available to meet parental needs.
The school is a single form entry school with class sizes of 30 in Reception and Key Stage 1, and 32 in Key Stage 2, giving a total capacity of 218 children.
The school day begins at 8:50 am and finishes at 3:15 pm, with lunch taken from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm. Assemblies are held every day at 10:00 am; on Friday each class takes it in turn to run the Assembly. Dates of class assemblies can be found in the latest newsletter.
Thank you for attending our second Growth Mindset Open Day on 27th June.
The leaflet below was given to parents on the day and is useful for supporting children in their learning.
Those who attended the drug awareness evening at school on Thursday 22nd June found it both engaging and moving.
The speaker, Elizabeth Burton-Phillips MBE, founded the Wycombe-based charity DrugFam following the loss of her son to addiction.
The charity supports families affected by drug and alcohol addition. For more information visit http://drugfam.co.uk