Welcome to St Patrick's Catholic 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

Latest News

The Year 6s go to Holland

Every year, our Year 6 pupils are offered the opportunity to go on a school residential trip to Noordwijk – Holland. The children and staff set off from Teesside (sharing a runway with George Ezra!) where they embarked on a week they would never forget. It did not...

read more

Tudor Exhibition at Durham University

Class 10 have been studying The Tudors. As part of their history topic, they took a trip to Durham University to further explore the 1500s and the monarchs and wars within this period exciting period. The day started off with the children acting as archaeologists by...

read more

Maths in Motion Finals

Maths in Motion is an after-school activity where children get together every week to design and programme a race car. Extensive amounts of mathematical operations go into every feature of a race. The children have to work in groups to measure the angles and lengths...

read more

Latest News

Crucial Crew

Last Friday, the whole of Year 6 went to ‘Crucial Crew’ in Billingham. ‘Crucial Crew’ is a multi-agency safety event for children aged 10-11 years old. Whilst it was a lot of fun and an exciting event, the serious messages about personal safety and dealing with...

Battle of Britain Remembrance Service 2018

Last Sunday, 9th September, a group of pupils, parents and staff attended a service to remember the brave RAF servicemen that gave their lives for our country in the Second World War. The service was held at the RAF pilot statue on Thornaby Road at 12.30pm and was...

The Catholic Cup.

An early rise for all of the staff, pupils and parents today as we were up and ready at school for 6:30 this morning to make our way down to Bridlington to compete in the annual Catholic Cup tournament for 21 consecutive years. With both our boys and girls...

The Year 6s go to Holland

Every year, our Year 6 pupils are offered the opportunity to go on a school residential trip to Noordwijk – Holland. The children and staff set off from Teesside (sharing a runway with George Ezra!) where they embarked on a week they would never forget. It did not...

Tudor Exhibition at Durham University

Class 10 have been studying The Tudors. As part of their history topic, they took a trip to Durham University to further explore the 1500s and the monarchs and wars within this period exciting period. The day started off with the children acting as archaeologists by...

Letters Home

Read our latest letters home!

House Points

St Clare

St Bernadette

St Aidan

St Dominic