Welcome to Saint Blaise CE Primary School
We are very proud of our school family, where every child matters, where we realise our ethos of ‘exploring and achieving together’. We learn and live our lives through our key biblical text:
St Blaise is a place where everyone is welcome. All that we do is driven by our Christian principles:
We see our school as an orchard of fruitful trees – the children: with staff, governors, parents, carers and the wider school community working together, nurturing, providing the right conditions for ‘every tree’ to grow and flourish.
Our website will give you a flavour of our school at work and a glimpse of the opportunities we offer our children. Please do come and visit us to gain a first-hand impression and see why “Pupils love their small caring school.”
We look forward to meeting you soon.
Please contact the school office if you would like to visit or would like more information: 01235 831368 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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