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Headteacher's Message

 

It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to our school and invite you to take a visit through our website.

At St. Clement’s Catholic Primary School, you will find a warm, family atmosphere where children are at the heart of all decision-making.

Throughout the website, you will see that, as a school, we ensure that we give our children the opportunities to develop their knowledge, skills and understanding of the world in a supportive and caring environment. We pride ourselves on listening to the children's views and developing their ideas with them to build an inclusive and happy school.

Through our Mission Statement, our aim is to develop the wholeness of everyone, striving for excellence in all that we do.  Our work is inspired and underpinned by Gospel values so that we can reflect God’s love in our everyday lives: Christ is at the centre of everything we do.  Our actions reflect our belief that every child is a gift, created in the image of God. We recognise that each child is unique, with their own talents, which we endeavour to nurture and develop.

Our website gives you just a snapshot of what life is like at St. Clement’s. Please come along and see for yourselves our wonderful children and staff at work.

Please feel free to contact me here at St. Clement’s and I would be delighted to discuss our wonderful school further.

Mrs Clare Hodgkins

Headteacher

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Our School

Our Mission Statement

Through the love of God and the person of Jesus, our aim is to develop the wholeness of everyone, striving for excellence in all that we do.

We seek to be a welcoming and caring Catholic community, respecting and accepting each other, as we journey together in love and faith.

Our Vision

Our vision is to help all children to grow and learn to their full potential and live out our Catholic values.

Our Values

Our values are Christian values taken from the Gospel story of Jesus' Sermon on the Mount, The Beatitudes:

Love,   Compassion,   Forgiveness,  Serving Others,   Respect,   Trust

Admissions

The Governing Body is the Admissions Authority and responsible for all decisions on admissions. Our normal admissions number is 30 and Reception applications are co-ordinated by the LA. In-year applications should be made directly to the school. For more information, applying for a place or our over-subscription criteria, see the Admissions Policy and In Year Admissions information.

Local Links

We are a Voluntary Aided school in Halton Borough Council. Our local Catholic church is St. Edward’s, part of the parish of St. Maximillian Kolbe in the Diocese of Shrewsbury. Our local secondary faith school is St. Chad’s Catholic and CoE High School.

School Rules

We have 5 simple school rules. For more information see the Behaviour Policy:

1.   Care for everyone and don’t hurt others                                                          

2.   Listen when someone else is talking 

3.   Follow instructions the first time        

4.   Work hard and always do your best    

5.   Keep everyone safe

Uniform

At St. Clement’s we are very proud of the smart appearance of our children and the high standard of school uniform. The Governing Body reviewed the uniform policy for 2022 in line with the latest DfE statutory guidance. That includes uniform being affordable, minimising branded items and providing second hand uniform. Governors also decided to have a single uniform requirement for boys and girls. Branded items can be bought from  Laser School Wear in Runcorn or Boydells in Widnes. For more information see the uniform policy.

Specific Requirements:

  • Blue shirt
  • School tie (from school office)
  • Grey trousers or skirt or pinafore dress
  • Burgundy jumper or cardigan (branded with school logo)
  • White / grey /burgundy socks or grey tights
  • Smart black shoes

The following items are optional and may be worn in the summer term:

  • Grey shorts
  • Official striped burgundy dress

PE Kit: white school t-shirt and plain black shorts; trainers are needed for outside games

Daily Timetable

08:35 -Start of school day

10:15 - Morning break (15 mins)

12:00 - Infant lunchtime (60 mins)

12:15 -  Junior lunchtime (45 mins)

13:00 - Start of afternoon lessons

15:10 - End of school day

Breakfast & After School Clubs

We have a popular breakfast club on site run by school staff. It is open daily from 7:30 until 8:35am and costs £3.50 per day. Breakfast is served until 8:30am. We don't have an after-school club on site but can give contact details for local providers, who will collect and transport children from school to their premises.

Our School

Our Mission Statement

Through the love of God and the person of Jesus, our aim is to develop the wholeness of everyone, striving for excellence in all that we do.

We seek to be a welcoming and caring Catholic community, respecting and accepting each other, as we journey together in love and faith.

Our Vision

Our vision is to help all children to grow and learn to their full potential and live out our Catholic values.

Our Values

Our values are Christian values taken from the Gospel story of Jesus' Sermon on the Mount, The Beatitudes:

Love,   Compassion,   Forgiveness,  Serving Others,   Respect,   Trust

Admissions

The Governing Body is the Admissions Authority and responsible for all decisions on admissions. Our normal admissions number is 30 and Reception applications are co-ordinated by the LA. In-year applications should be made directly to the school. For more information, applying for a place or our over-subscription criteria, see the Admissions Policy and In Year Admissions information.

Local Links

We are a Voluntary Aided school in Halton Borough Council. Our local Catholic church is St. Edward’s, part of the parish of St. Maximillian Kolbe in the Diocese of Shrewsbury. Our local secondary faith school is St. Chad’s Catholic and CoE High School.

School Rules

We have 5 simple school rules. For more information see the Behaviour Policy:

1.   Care for everyone and don’t hurt others                                                          

2.   Listen when someone else is talking 

3.   Follow instructions the first time        

4.   Work hard and always do your best    

5.   Keep everyone safe

Uniform

At St. Clement’s we are very proud of the smart appearance of our children and the high standard of school uniform. The Governing Body reviewed the uniform policy for 2022 in line with the latest DfE statutory guidance. That includes uniform being affordable, minimising branded items and providing second hand uniform. Governors also decided to have a single uniform requirement for boys and girls. Branded items can be bought from  Laser School Wear in Runcorn or Boydells in Widnes. For more information see the uniform policy.

Specific Requirements:

  • Blue shirt
  • School tie (from school office)
  • Grey trousers or skirt or pinafore dress
  • Burgundy jumper or cardigan (branded with school logo)
  • White / grey /burgundy socks or grey tights
  • Smart black shoes

The following items are optional and may be worn in the summer term:

  • Grey shorts
  • Official striped burgundy dress

PE Kit: white school t-shirt and plain black shorts; trainers are needed for outside games

Daily Timetable

08:35 -Start of school day

10:15 - Morning break (15 mins)

12:00 - Infant lunchtime (60 mins)

12:15 -  Junior lunchtime (45 mins)

13:00 - Start of afternoon lessons

15:10 - End of school day

Breakfast & After School Clubs

We have a popular breakfast club on site run by school staff. It is open daily from 7:30 until 8:55am and costs £3.50 per day. Breakfast is served until 8:30am. We don't have an after-school club on site but can give contact details for local providers, who will collect and transport children from school to their premises.

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