Welcome to St. Aidan’s Catholic Primary School Website!

Our School

Whether you are a pupil at St Aidan’s, a parent, grandparent, carer, friend or prospective parent/pupil, we would like to take this opportunity to welcome you and encourage you to look around our website to learn a little more about our lovely school.

Our Mission Statement is “Learning and Growing Together; Inspired by the Love of Jesus.”

We have high expectations and aspirations for our pupils. We believe that children should enjoy school and want to come every day. We work hard to ensure that our environment is safe, welcoming, child friendly and exciting, that our curriculum is interesting and stimulating and that every child is welcomed, cared for, challenged appropriately and according to need.

Moira Kenneway (Headteacher)

Our Golden Values were developed with our children and school community and remind us of the way we want to be 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They spell out the name of our school -St Aidan. We have them displayed in our school hall and we try to keep our Golden Values in all we do each day.

St Aidan’s Golden Values

S pread happiness with a smile

T ake care of others and of property

A lways try our best

I nclude others and share

D o as Jesus asks us to

A lways tell the truth

N ever forget our manners

S peak calmly and kindly

 

Below are some photographs that give you a flavour of the range of activities available in school and of the values we encourage in our pupils. Please have a look

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Bronze level

Bronze level

Awards

In 2015 we were awarded the Reading Recovery School Award by University College London

In 2016 we achieved Reading Quality Mark GOLD, Reading Recovery Teacher of the Year, Reading Recovery Manager of the Year and one of our pupils Olivia Dougherty achieved her own Reading Recovery Reading Award

We are currently working towards achieving Active Mark Gold and Healthy School Gold Awards having achieved Silver recently

We were also recently judged as OUTSTANDING by Liverpool Archdiocese in our Section 48 Inspection in February 2016