St James’ Primary is a successful school that is at the heart of its community. There are strong links with the parish church and these enhance the spiritual and moral development of the people we serve.
At St James’ we are committed to providing a high standard of Catholic educationfor all pupils in a friendly and welcoming environment. We recognise that every child has their own, unique set of gifts and talents and ensure that there are opportunities for these to be developed.
We provide an exciting curriculum that prepares children to become active members of society. We aim to inspire all of our pupils, to rise to the challenges that will enable them to develop the skills and personal qualities they need, in order to embrace the future with confidence. St James’ has consistently high standards of achievement. This high achievement is a result of outstanding teaching and learning, hard work from the pupils and support from parents. (more…)
Whole School mass for Y4 has been moved to 18th June 2014 at the usual time of 9.30.
Parents are invited to a short meeting to explain the Phonics Screening check for all of our Year 1 children.
Oliver McCabe and Rachel Dobson from Yr4, were enrolled into the Guild of St Stephen during the Annual Servers’ Rally at Aylesford Priory on Bank Holiday Monday (5th May 2014). This event is for the primary attention of those servers that have been regularly serving for at least the last 12 months. A lovely open air Mass
Our KS1 classes will be performing their play to friends and family on Wednesday 26th March and Thursday 27th March, 9.15am both days. Please note that babies and toddlers are welcome to attend Wednesday’s performance, but are not allowed to come on Thursday. Thank you for your cooperation.
Thank you for all the effort you are putting in to ensure that our attendance figures remain high. It would be fantastic if we could win the ‘Attendance Week’ trophy again.
The choir performed in February at the Fairfield Halls. They sang beautifully and were a credit to St James’s. I was very proud of everyone for such a fantastically musical and exciting performance. Well done! Here are some pictures of the event. Thank you Mr Byrne for the photographs. -Mrs Woodhoo
There will be a Parents information meeting in school next Tuesday at 7pm regarding the new Computing Curriculum and E-Safety Awareness. This meeting should last for approx 45 minutes and is for parents only. Please join us if you are able. Many thanks
St. James’ has been awarded the new London Healthy Schools’ Award at Bronze Level. Thank you to everyone for contributing to the safe practices and healthy lifestyles that the school both promotes and supports.
Choir have been asked to sing at the Primary School Proms in the Fairfield Halls on Wednesday 12th February 2014. Further details to follow. PLEASE SEE LETTERS SECTION FOR UPDATED LETTER