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Mr. Stephen Barker, Headteacher, St. Pancras Catholic Primary School, Stratford Road, Ipswich. IP1 6EF.
Telephone: 01473 742074. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The School Office is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday. Mrs. Karen Cork and Mrs. Collette Ransom will be pleased to address any enquiries.
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The school’s Mission Statement:
To work in partnership with parents, carers, the parish and the local community to secure the fullest educational, emotional, physical and social wellbeing of all our learners, reflecting gospel values, our freedom and responsibilities as Christians and the love God has for each one of us
For a Catholic school [the mission statement] “will always be centred on Christ, reflect a Christian understanding of the purpose of education, and make explicit the Christian values and principles by which the school operates. The review and development of the mission statement provide the opportunity to focus on the distinctive identity and character of the school as a Catholic educational community. It should be a point of reference for all aspects of evaluation.”
Evaluating the Distinctive Nature of a Catholic School, Catholic Education Service, London, Revised 1999
These are the school’s aims:
To be a school that reflects God’s love for us all
To be a school that follows the teachings of the Catholic Church, with the mass at the heart of its life and work
To be a school that works as closely as possible with home and parish in providing for its children’s development
To be a happy school, which all its people enjoy coming to
To be a safe, secure, attractive and healthy school in which the ‘whole child’ is educated in respect of rights and responsibilities
To be a school in which all staff are effective, fulfilled and able to achieve a healthy work-life balance alongside a personal commitment to school improvement
To be a school with a rich, relevant and creative curriculum which reflects local needs and enables all children to make a positive contribution
To be a school which ensures that every child acquires basic skills in literacy and numeracy and all children achieve in accordance with their potential
To be a school which constantly achieves high levels of value added academic progress
To be a community school, welcoming full use of its resources
To be a school which expects to achieve these aims