Welcome To Our School Website
Welcome to our school! This is a happy, exciting learning community where everyone who works here or visits us, is made to feel welcome and valued. We have an emphasis on working hard, challenging ourselves, being independent learners and having fun.
We are a Catholic school with values rooted in the teachings of Jesus and work hard to foster these values in our children. The spiritual, moral, emotional and social well-being of every child is a priority to us.
We aim to provide a happy, loving, learning atmosphere, with close liaison between home, school, parish and the wider community, recognising the shared responsibility we have in the all-round development of our children. We are very proud that we really are a 'school family'.
In this school, we believe that all children are unique and must be celebrated for the special gifts and talents that they possess. Each day we encourage our children to work hard, have a positive mindset, have the confidence to make mistakes, persevere and not give up – in order to succeed and to feel good about themselves. This way they will have the courage to make their unique contribution in the world and achieve their very best.
We offer a broad and balanced curriculum rooted in our locality and enriched with visitors, visits, events and activities to inspire in each child a joy for learning. We expect all our children to be honest, respectful and caring to others and to work hard to develop a range of skills allowing them to achieve success now and in the future.
We are very proud of all our children - the progress they make and all that they achieve under the guidance and care of our wonderful staff. The children in our care are at the heart of everything we do. Every pupil at our school should leave knowing God’s love and being able to show God’s love.
If you would like to make an appointment to visit our school, I would be delighted to show you around.
Mrs Sam Barlow
Welcome to a virtual tour of our lovely school.
"I can do things you cannot, you can do things I cannot, together we can do great things" -Mother Teresa
Our Family Tree
St John the Baptist Catholic MAT website link
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Out of Hours Safeguarding
If you are concerned about the welfare of a pupil at our school, direct referrals may be made to
Customer First on 0808 800 4005.
If you are a child and need to talk to someone, you can call 0800 1111
You can also chat with a Childline Counsellor on the following link:-
Childline is FREE and will not show up on yours, or the bill payer’s phone bill.
You can even call if you have no credit on your mobile phone.
No problem is too big or small and you don’t have to give your name if you don’t want to.
Childline is there for YOU, call them today on 0800 1111
Online Safety Safeguarding
A child or parent is able to report any online abuse using the CEOP Report button below:
Latest School Calendar Events
- Harvest Assembly18Oct2022
2:30 pm - 3:15 pm
- Half Term24Oct2022
Laudato Si - On Care for our Common Home
admin on: Laudato Si - On Care for our Common Home
We all need to work together and be the “culture of encounter, together.” We all need to encourage each other and help our people to be free in nature, and reflect on God's quotes in the Bible, and reflect on the Pope's words to make this earth happy and safe, and to reduce the waste of everyday uses. The world cannot wait!! We are able to make a change NOW, but we have to work together to make this change and use our values like humility.
It takes years, for example, to grow a tree, but that could all be ruined in seconds. It's really important that we are also using objects and products to reduce climate change and make the world better.
We should all be able to be free, we have the right to, but nature also has the right to live a peaceful, free and happy life! Let's all make a change, together, to live in harmony and to make the world amazing!!
“WE CAN CHANGE,
MAKE A NEW
“THE WORLD CAN'T