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Welcome to Servite RC Primary School

Dear Parents and Carers,

Welcome to our new school website. We hope it provides an exciting and informative insight into life here at Servite Primary School!

“Learning to love, loving to learn” is a motto that we like to remember every time we enter the school gates. Planting the seeds for success through a spiritual and caring learning environment, our children spend their days enjoying a varied and happy education.

We are a loving and active school community founded on core Christian values. Working together, the parents, governors and parish support the children in becoming the best that they can be.

As our children grow, we ensure that they develop into confident and responsible individuals who are well equipped with transferable skills that are required to succeed in everyday life.

We invite you to take a look inside our school community that we are so proud to share with you.

We wish you a warm welcome to Servite Primary School. Thank you for visiting!

Kathleen Williams - Executive Headteacher

 

Our Mission

We are special with many gifts and talents.

 

  • At Servite RC Primary School we recognise this and learn to respect each other as we prepare for life in the wider world.
  • Our community is united by its faith in Jesus whose values we both teach and live by.
  • At Servite, we encourage everyone to share, grow and flourish in faith and love.
  • We respect and acknowledge each other's differences.

"This is an outstanding school. Pupils demonstrate an enthusiasm for learning, excellent behaviour and maturity beyond their years. Standards are very high by the end of Year 6 and pupils achieve extremely well. Understandably, parents are very satisfied, 'Servite is an exceptional school with very strong leadership and totally devoted teachers and support staff', is one of many tributes." 

Ofsted 2013