Welcome to Hoddlesden St Paul's Church of England Primary School, a vibrant and happy school family where we all pride ourselves on being the best we can be.
At Hoddlesden St Paul’s we:
- support and develop each other while working in unity to embrace every individual in our school family
- are passionately proud of the Christian Values we live and work by
- strive to provide educational experiences based on exemplary values so that children will grow and nurture positive attitudes about themselves, others and their community
- ensure our strong collaborative ethos is seen and felt everyday at St Paul's
- have high expectations to ensure our children have opportunities to thrive in
- pride ourselves on the abundant experiences our curriculum offers and how our children seize every occasion with unity, humility and passion.
Our website aims to give you an insight into school life and the amazing children, staff and community members that contribute to our success.
We help our pupils to become life-long learners by teaching transferable skills that will enable them to become positive contributors to their community and modern Britain. We believe that every child can flourish and reach their potential. We are able to do this by:
- creating a curriculum that enthuses children to have a love and enjoyment of learning, making life-long friendships and leaving school ready for their next chapter in education.
- inspiring every pupil to become self-aware, independent and effective learners who achieve the highest educational standards that they possibly can;
- developing their own spiritual journey while advocating our core Christian Values, and contributing positively to the school and wider community;
- recognising and nurturing each child’s individual talents;
- advocating good and healthy lifestyles choices, through a range of experience offers in and out of school;
- ensuring attendance at school by working in partnership with our community to value education and pupils’ place in the community now and in the future.
- engaging and helping parents to proactively support their children’s learning and development;
- safeguarding children and actively tackling all forms of bullying, discrimination and harassment.