Welcome to The District CE Primary
If you are new to our school, we offer you a warm and friendly welcome. For those who are already a part of our school community, we are pleased to strengthen the links between us. Our Mission statement is,
‘The caring path to achievement, reflecting the values of Christ;
This is supported by our key values of friendship, trust, compassion, love, forgiveness and endurance.
As a church school we aim to teach our children in a Christian environment, following the example set for us by Jesus.
As the Head teacher of The District CE Primary School, I believe it is my responsibility to provide children with opportunities to develop their skills, knowledge and talents whilst developing strong friendships and lasting memories of a happy and successful primary school experience.
We are on an exciting journey of improvement with many changes taking place. Our children tell us that they enjoy school and they are happy with the improvements especially the exciting work they do in mathematics.
I hope the information on the website is useful to you, but it can never replace seeing things for yourself. Visits to the school are warmly welcomed so please come and see us in action!
Please contact the school office for any further information or to arrange a visit.
Supporting children worried about terrorism
If you're concerned about how a child is feeling following the tragic events in Manchester on Monday 22nd May, you can click on the following link for more information and advice Click Here
Sir Bobby Robson Foundation
Here at The District CE we were invited to participate in delivering the Magic Weekend match ball to Newcastle. We would like to thank Widnes Vikings and Wilkinson Store for the opportunity :) Check out the video below
Reading Rocks 2016
The District C of E Primary School held a “phenomenal” and “uplifting” event on the 1st October as the St Helens school hosted its inaugural Reading Rocks day.
Primary school teachers and librarians from throughout the UK attended the event which was organised exclusively over Twitter using the hashtag #ReadingRocks16 and was designed to “discuss ways to make reading rock for EVERY pupil”
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Click Here to listen to the Reading Rocks radio broadcast