Welcome to Spalding St Paul's Primary School.
Spalding St Paul's Primary school is a community day school for both boys and girls aged between 3 and 11 years. We are a one-form entry school (30 children per year group) and can take up to 210 children. We also have a nursery provision attached called our Little Acorns. We take pupils into our Nursery who are eligible for the 15hrs and 30hrs funding.
Spalding St Paul's Primary School and Nursery officially academised and joined the Community Inclusive Trust on 1st February 2020. Please refer to the Academy Conversion letter below.
We are a busy, friendly school with lots going on. This website aims to give you a taster of the school, as well as providing up to date information for parents, pupils and the wider community.
We hope that you enjoy your visit to our website, and that you find the information you are looking for.
Please feel free to contact the school direct with any queries you may have.
Welcome to our wonderful school. I take great pride in being the Headteacher of Spalding St Paul's Primary School - a vibrant setting in the heart of the Spalding community.
As a school community, we believe hugely in setting the highest standards and aspirations for our children so that they can embody our motto of 'Growing together to be proud of everything we do'. From the moment you walk through our doors you will witness the positive relationships enjoyed by all those connected with the school. We are working hard to ensure there is a high quality education across the curriculum, which is supplemented by a variety of enrichment opportunities both inside and beyond the school gates to enhance the lives of our children, giving them a sound foundation on which to build their future.
Our vision is centered around the word PROUD. At St Paul's school we want everyone to be proud of themselves, proud of one another, proud of the school and of the community they are part of. We want everyone who is connected to the St Paul's community to achieve their own personal excellence in all they do; to be respectful of the world around them; to take part in ever opportunity given to them; to value everyone's uniqueness; and to discover ways to be life long learners.
You are warmly invited to discover more about our school by exploring this website, Twitter and Facebook pages or, best of all, by arranging a visit where you will see for yourselves what a fabulous place St Paul's School truly is.
Mrs S Ratchford