St Paul's C of E. School believes in the uniqueness of every child created in the image of God.
For this reason we aim to enable each child to grow and develop in mind, body and spirit, through challenging and creative teaching within the context of healthy and meaningful relationships, set in a caring and supportive environment.
All this built upon the centrality of a Christian worship and Christian values.
We will also respect the equal rights of our staff and other members of the school community.
In particular, we will comply with relevant legislation and implement school plans in relation to race equality, disability equality and gender equality.
In accordance with our mission statement we pledge to respect the equal human rights of all our pupils and to educate them about equality.
“Learning and living through Jesus Christ”
"This outstanding school provides high quality education for its pupils with a warm, exceptionally supportive, environment."
SIAMS Inspection Report
We are very proud of our recent SIAMS inspection. The inspection focuses on the faith within our school, what makes us a distinctive Christian School and the teaching and assessment of Religious Education. We are pleased to announce the outcome is Outstanding in all areas.
You can find out more information in our SIAMS Inspection Report.
OFSTED Report 2011 - Outstanding
To find out more about our Outstanding 2011 OFSTED Report please follow our link below.
The most common symptoms of coronavirus (COVID 19) are recent onset of
- new continuous cough and / or
- high temperature
- Loss of taste or smell
Important Information for Parents
Please find below some guides to assist with creating, logging into and trouble shooting on Parent Mail.
We have recently signed up to Operation Encompass. More information can be found in the Operation Encompass letter.
All KS2 children can click on the above Tootoot icon to report any friendship, bullying or safeguarding worries. All concerns will be dealt with within the school working day.
Local Authority Privacy Notice
Wigan Council collects and uses information about children young people and their families, for whom they provide or commission services, to enable them to carry out specific functions for which they are responsible. They may carry out their responsibility with one or more of their partner agencies.
School Prayer Tree
A huge thank-you to Jessica Cooke for designing and making our school Prayer Tree.
The October Half Term break is one week, it begins on Monday 26 October 2020 - Friday 30 October 2020. School re-opens on Monday 2 November 2020.
School Dates for your diary
Flu Immunizations will take place on Monday 2nd November
School Photographs will take place on Monday 9th November
Staff access to Office365