St. Vincent de Paul
Catholic Primary School
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Welcome 

 

We provide an environment for living and sharing our faith through prayer, meaningful child-centred liturgies and assemblies, which all promote Christ's message. "Love one another as I have loved you"

 

Welcome to St. Vincent de Paul School. We are a voluntary aided Catholic School situated next to Westminster Cathedral.Governors admit children between the ages of 3 and 11 years.The school recognises that children will come to learn of God's love first of all in their own homes. In partnership with parents, we provide an environment for living and sharing our faith through prayer, meaningful child-centred liturgies and assemblies, which all promote Christ's message. "Love one another as I have loved you".The children are educated in a well-disciplined, caring environment following the National Curriculum guidelines. This enables them to reach high standards that will prepare them for further education in their secondary schools.We welcome you to St Vincent de Paul School and look forward to a happy and successful association over the coming years.

 

Nathaniel Scott Cree, Headteacher.

 

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Prospectus

 

St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Primary School was founded by the Sisters of Charity of St Vincent de Paul in 1859 to provide for the needs of Catholic families within this part of the Diocese of Westminster by providing an environment where the Gospel values of Christ are experienced by the whole school community.

 

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Parents

 

We involve parents at every stage, as we recognise their role aspartners in their child’s development. The school is a one form entry, Catholic, Voluntary Aided Primary School with a Nursery. There is a nursery class and seven mixed ability group year classes, which enables the school to cater for 250 children.

 

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Curriculum

 

All curriculum policies and practice at St Vincent de Paul aim to assist and promote high achievement of all pupils, regardless of race, sex, disability or background. The School follows the National Curriculum. The curriculum provision is constantly reviewed by staff and governors following Local Education Authority and DfES guidelines.

 

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Curriculum Plus

All after school clubs are listed here.

 

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Resources

 

This page features useful websites, weekly bulletins, policies, PTFA, safeguarding documents, school times, school outfit shops, admissions and other downloadable school forms.

 

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Staff

 

Current staff listings.

 

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Governors

 

Please download or upload governance information on this page.

 

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Early Years

 

This page features information on EYFS Foundation years, including handbook and application forms.

 

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Pupil Zone

 

This page belongs to pupils and teachers of the school. It is an open access page.

 

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Ofsted


Current Osted policies and benchmarks.

 

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Achievements

 

Informative details on school and student gains.

 

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Community

School community diary and events.

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Gallery

Celebrate the artistic!

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Admissions

 

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