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Welcome to

St. Bridget's Catholic Primary School

As a family, we learn, support and care for one another in God's love.

We reach for the stars.

May your life in this world be a happy one.

Our Mission Statement



Dear Parents,


This website is intended to help you to know more about the life

and work of St Bridget’s Catholic Primary School.


St. Bridget's Catholic Primary School is a caring, safe and secure

environment for your child. During your child’s time at the school we

will provide a wide range of balanced, challenging and exciting

learning opportunities for all children to enable them to grow into independent

and responsible people.


We believe that we can only achieve the best for your child by close co-operation between home, school and parish.


The aim of the school is to give a complete education to all children and to educate the whole child by fostering knowledge of God and a real love of learning.


The information in this website is up to date but, of course, we may need to send you further information as situations change from time to time.  If you require a paper copy of any of the information on this website, we will provide this free of charge.


We are concerned about all aspects of your child’s development and we hope that you will share with us in making this a successful period in your child’s life.


Yours sincerely

Ceri Dobson




Health and Safety Week

Health and Safety week was a huge success!

We had lots of activities and special visitors delivering important messages that help us stay safe at home and in our community. From Road Safety workshops, to Water Safety assemblies, to Railway Safety talks, to keep fit Taekwon-Do sessions with Mr Starr, there were loads of activites to remind us of helpful ways to stay safe.

Year five and six visited Safety Central, a brand new, purpose built indoor village, where they developed the skills and knowledge they need to stay safe and well at home, on the road in and in our community.

We could not be prouder of our past pupil Molly Cullum who has been presented with the Diana Award for her contribution to anti- bullying during her time at our school. 

Molly addressed many issues and established a highly successful Hate Crime Champion Service, providing peer support to young people in need and held school wide anti- bullying events. 

As School Council Secretary, Molly invited the safe guarding governor to review the school's anti- bullying policy and pushed for anti- bullying surgeries to be held monthly which she helped facilitate. 

Molly has created a legacy at St Bridget's which lives on through our Hate Crime Champions who are dedicated to stamping out bullying. Head over to the Hate Crime Champion section of our website to find out more about the work they do.

Welcome Back!

It's the start of a brand new year at St Bridget's and both the staff and children are excited to see what the new term will bring.

We hope all of our families have had a relaxing Summer holiday. Here is a little peek of what the staff got up to during the break. smiley


The School Council hamper packing for St.Joseph's Family Centre.

Time to Celebrate!

We have been awarded the Inclusion mark for our commitment to inclusive practises, providing for those children who have Special Educational Needs and Disabilities.



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