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‘We follow in the footsteps of Jesus, as we live, love and learn together’

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YEAR 6 SECONDARY APPLICATIONS

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Welcome to St Luke’s Catholic Primary School!

This website is intended to provide up to date information about policies, procedures, organisation and help give a further insight into our school.

Our mission statement is at the centre of everything we do.

‘We follow in the footsteps of Jesus, as we live, love and learn together’

Based on our Catholic faith and Gospel values the aims of our school are to:

– provide a welcoming, safe, Christian environment and to promote the best atmosphere for learning;
– provide a broad, balanced curriculum delivered in a creative, sensitive and structured way to develop each child’s full potential;
– invite opportunities for the school family to develop their own spirituality and tolerance of other races, cultures, creeds;
– encourage everyone to see personal development as something which can continue throughout life;
– enable pupils to play an active and positive role in society;
– develop and foster sound, supportive relationships between all those involved in the life of the school community.

Mr A Crist
Head Teacher

School Day

Nursery

Start 8.45 am

Finish 11.45 am

Infants

Start 8.50 am 

Finish 3.10pm

Juniors

Start 8.50 am 

Finish 3.15pm

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After School Club

We currently run After School Clubs – Monday – Friday 3.10pm – 4.30pm costing £5.00 per session.
3.10pm – 5.30pm costs £7.00 per session

Anyone accessing 5 days day care will receive free afterschool club until 4.30pm daily if required and a cost of £5.00 if they require until 5.30pm.

Breakfast Club

8am – 8:30am 
£1.50 per child with a variety of breakfast options 
8:30am onwards 
50p for toast only 

The school feels calm and happy. Pupils behave positively. They represent their school with pride and know to try hard in activities.
Ofsted, July 2018

 

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