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About Us

Headteacher Welcome

As Headteacher of St Elizabeth’s Catholic Primary School it is a privilege to welcome you to our school website.

St Elizabeth’s is truly a special place, a happy place where staff, parents, governors and children work in harmony together.  The school has developed an individual identity since its creation over 100 years ago which combines the best of traditional educational values with a modern vibrant vision.

At St Elizabeth’s we pride ourselves on celebrating the cultural diversity of our locality.  We are a school community in which all children are welcomed and valued as unique members of God’s family, a family of different faiths and backgrounds living, loving and learning together joyfully following in the footsteps of Jesus Christ.  Central to our philosophy are the values and virtues Christ taught us through the Gospels, these values run through every aspect of school life like a golden thread, intertwined and bound throughout all of our relationships and the experiences we provide for our children.  Our reliance on these values ensures the spiritual formation of every member of our school family.

We aim to provide a rich and diverse curriculum that develops our children morally and socially as well as academically. Children leave St Elizabeth’s as faithful, aspirational, responsible and resilient young people ready to make positive contributions to the wider communities in which they live.

At St Elizabeth’s we take enormous pride in knowing all of our children and families very well.  We are fully committed to ensuring that each child is offered the finest start to their education in a stimulating, caring and loving environment, an environment which influences a lifelong love of learning and one in which our children thrive and live life to the full.

If you would like to know more about our school or would like to visit us, please do not hesitate to make an appointment to tour the school and meet our team of dedicated staff.

God bless.

Mr Michael Doyle