Welcome to St Patrick's RC Primary
Our vision is for St. Patrick’s to be a place of joy, justice and peace, where everyone is welcomed, loved and forgiven. We will be a school where we learn and grow, following in the footsteps of Jesus.
At St. Patrick’s, our mission is to help build and be the Kingdom of God. We believe that The Kingdom is all around us and grows in each and every person. To build God’s Kingdom, we bring joy, justice and peace to our world.
Every person brings The Fruits of the Holy Spirit with them. As a Catholic school, it is our mission to nurture these fruits within everyone enabling God’s Kingdom to flourish and grow.
We strive to provide the best quality of education. Through the example and teachings of Jesus, we celebrate our friendship with God and help each other to follow in His way. We aim to develop Catholic values through prayer, learning and citizenship toward the Church and world community.
We work hard using our God given talents for the good of other people and to achieve our best. In our school community, we show respect to every person. Together with our families, our parish and our local community we strive to create a safe, happy school and become confident, caring citizens.
If you already have a child with us, I am delighted to strengthen links between us.The staff work hard to provide a stimulating environment and to enable the children to fulfil their potential. We recognise that as parents you are your child’s first educators and we encourage you to share in the life of the school, to help to provide a happy, caring atmosphere in which the children will feel secure and nurtured. It is important that mutual understanding and trust should be the basis of our shared responsibility.
Mr Ryan – Headteacher
Mr Conwell – Head of School
To commemorate the anniversary of Auschwitz prisoners being freed in 1945, we are gathering today to remember the millions of people who have been killed or persecuted during such tragic times. Children throughout the school have written prayers to remember the lives...read more
Years 2 and 3 were fortunate enough to enjoy an educational trip to Durham University to further explore the history of the Roman Empire. They started the day off as young archaeologists, trying to uncover the secrets behind many ancient objects – some were over 2000...read more
Classes 7-12 travelled to Stockton today to compete in a local cross country event. It was an extremely wet and muddy day, but that didn’t dampen St Patrick’s spirits. Our competitors performed their heart out and made our school extremely proud. Every child who...read more