SCHOOL INFORMATIONWelcome from the Head Teacher

Mr Thornton
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ST PAUL'S CHURCH OF ENGLAND PRIMARY SCHOOLWelcome

St. Paul’s is at the heart of the community of Stockingford, a closely-knit area with a “village” feel. The School population is very stable with many children being the youngest of several generations of their family to attend the school. St. Paul’s is a Church of England (Controlled) School – strong supportive relationships have been forged between the school and St. Paul’s church. Good links have also been developed with other local schools including local playgroups, nursery schools and secondary schools. Our governors are all local people and are fully involved in the life of the school.

Situated on a private housing estate with pleasant surroundings with a playing field, 2 ‘forest school’ areas and 2 playgrounds.
15 class bases, a hall, practical areas, computer suite, library, changing rooms, ‘outside’ classrooms and dance/drama studio.
We strive to do our very best for every child within a caring Christian learning environment.
The original St Paul’s dates back to 1845 with many students being multi generation pupils.
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JOINING ST PAUL'SADMISSIONS

Admissions are now administered centrally by the Warwickshire Admissions Service.  Full details on schools’ admission procedures can be found on the Admissions’ website. All applications are now done online or for further details, contact the Admissions Service on: 01926 742037.

The admission criteria for our school are:

  1. Children in the care of, or provided with accommodation by, a local authority (under Section 22 of the Children Act 1989).
  2. Children living in the priority area who have a brother or sister at the school at the time of admission.
  3. Children living in the priority area who have a brother or sister at the partner infant school at the time of admission.
  4. Other children living in the priority area.
  5. Children from outside the priority area who have a brother or sister at the school at the time of admission.
  6. Children from outside the priority area who attended the partner infant school immediately prior to transfer.
  7. Other children from outside the priority area.

Within each category, decisions are based on the distance between home and school by the shortest walking route, with priority going to those living nearest the school.

The standard admission number for the school is 60

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HEAD TEACHERMr Thornton

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DEPUTY HEAD TEACHERMiss Harvey

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ASSISTANT HEAD TEACHERMr Longdon

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024 7638 3323
Wiclif Way, Stockingford CV10 8NH