Love God, Love Learning and Love One Another
"Parents and carers are incredibly positive about the work of school leaders.
Many parents praised the high levels of care that their children receive from staff."
"Pupils are very clear about leaders’ high expectations. Pupils work hard in class. They listen attentively to their teachers.
This helps them achieve well. Throughout school, pupils are polite and behave well."
We are proud to provide excellent education for children from four to eleven years old in our unique Christian setting. Our Christian Values are at the heart of all we do and we serve to provide all who come here with the opportunity to celebrate their abilities and achievements, whilst tackling new challenges and experiences together.
Our wonderful staff are committed to inspiring a love of life and learning in all pupils and we pride ourselves on the high levels of care we offer to pupils and their families.
Our engaging curriculum ensures children are well prepared for the next stage of their education and they are able to develop new skills in subjects such as PE, Art and Music. Regular trips, visits and theme days help to enhance our teaching and make learning memorable. Residentials in Years 2, 4 and 6 provide children with new opportunities and memories that last a life time. We work closely with parents and carers to ensure that the very best standard of care and education is received.
If you choose our school you will be joining a new family; the Brereton family. Our older pupils care about our younger children. Our Pupil Councils encourage us to support charities and reflect on our practise. Our PTA fundraise tirelessly, enhancing the facilities that we are able to offer. St Oswald’s Church is our church; your children will lead services here regularly. Our link Pre-School, with its amazing staff, ensures children are well prepared for school life. We have a partner school in Kenya, St Lwanga, which helps to develop children’s understanding of the wider world. We are also part of the Chester Diocesan Academies Trust (CDAT) which allows us to work with schools and colleagues across the area.
Our website aims to provide parents and visitors with all of the necessary information that they might require. Class pages outline curriculum expectations; weekly blogs suggest how best to support your child's learning and gallery items give you an insight into daily school life. Visits to the school are encouraged and can be booked by phoning the school office. Please telephone the school 01270 918931 to speak to Mrs Sant or Mrs Henderson and make an appointment.
We look forward to meeting you.
Mrs K McLean