Wardle Trust

St James’ CofE Primary School

St.James’ is a happy, friendly, safe and encouraging place where everyone feels welcome and valued; a place where achievement is expected and is celebrated; a place where all members of the school community care about each other and are kind to each other; a place where behaviour is good and where success of all kinds is noticed so we can take pride in all the work we are doing.

You can learn more about the school by visiting the St James’ CofE Primary School website here.

A BROAD AND BALANCED CURRICULUM

A BROAD AND BALANCED CURRICULUM

At St.James’ CofE Primary School children are provided with a curriculum which is broad, well balanced and above all stimulates the children to learn.

In addition to acquiring skills and knowledge we aim to help the children to grow in confidence and maturity so that they can enter secondary school, and later, adulthood with the ability to pursue wholeheartedly, academic social and cultural activities.

THE BEST OPPORTUNITIES FOR OUR PUPILS

THE BEST OPPORTUNITIES FOR OUR PUPILS

The school is very lucky to have an extremely dedicated and supportive staff who work very hard to provide the best opportunities for all our pupils in a safe and happy school environment. We aim to build the skills, knowledge and positive attitudes necessary to help all our pupils become responsible, respectful and tolerant citizens of the future.

AN EXCITING TIME OF COLLABORATION.

AN EXCITING TIME OF COLLABORATION.

St James’s CofE Primary school joined the Wardle Trust in September 2017. The opportunities for collaborative with the other partner schools in the Trust paves the way for an exciting time of school improvement and exception provision for each young person within a Wardle Trust partner school.

Learn more about St James’ CofE Primary School here.

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Arts Council England
Specialist Schools Trust
Music Sound Foundation
Northern Alliance
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Leading Aspect Award
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