carried out in November 2012. A judgement of "Outstanding" was given in both inspections.
St. Paul's Church of England Combined School will provide its pupils with the environment, opportunities and skills necessary to prepare them to be citizens of the 21st Century. Growing in strength, wisdom and faith.
The new school building was built in two phases and was officially opened in October 1974 by the Duchess of Kent, continuing the tradition of providing a high quality of education in a caring Christian environment.
St. Paul's Church of England Combined School - A centre of excellence
As a school we set and expect high standards of pupils and staff alike. We celebrate success and recognise that a school is much more than a place for formal learning; it is a community of learners.
We are acknowledged as a school that achieves consistently good results in external examinations but we also feel that we offer a special environment where everyone is valued for what they can do.
We have excellent facilities including an 33 terminal computer room with internet access for all pupils, an environmental area, a quiet garden, a purpose built area for food technology, a large and well stocked library, a swimming pool and good provision for music and a wide range of sports.
Our classrooms are light and airy with access to outside learning areas and are arranged to allow for whole class and group teaching. The whole school is on a single level offering easy accessiblity to disabled pupils and visitors.
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