Our 7 Christian Values: Faith, Hope, Love, Respect, Forgiveness, Compassion & Thankfulness
Our mission statement:
As a compassionate, Christian school, we are strong in our faith. We believe in love and forgiveness and are thankful for the opportunities we have to live and learn in our community.
“92% of our pupils agree that St Clements is a good school”
(Pupil Survey June 2018)
“100% of parent/carers agreed that they are happy with their child’s experience at St Clements School”
(Parent/Carer Survey October 2017)
Welcome to our website, we hope you enjoy it and are able to gain a picture of what we do at St Clements.
St Clements is continuing to work very hard to raise the standard of teaching, raise achievement and to develop leadership and management at all levels in school.
I know that I speak for the Governors and staff when I say that we are proud of what we offer pupils and their families.
We place a very high importance on pupils feeling happy and all of us showing respect towards one another.
We also pride ourselves on knowing each child as an individual due to our nurturing and caring environment which is underpinned by our Christian values. We are proud to have strong links with our church which we visit at least every half term and enjoy weekly worship in school led by Reverend Paul and Reverend Tom.
In our pupil survey (June 2018) we found out:
*83% enjoyed being at school.
*92% of pupils agreed that this is a good school.
*85% of pupils agreed there were lots of lunchtime and afterschool activities
*They also told us that they feel safe in lessons (87%) and at playtime (78%).
*Pupils realise that they can always talk to an adult and recognise our school cares about them. (90%)
*We have an involved governing body that knows our school well and challenges us to do even better by working with us on monitoring standards of teaching, pupil’s work and speaking to pupils about what is going well and what we can do even better.
*Our staff have a wealth of experience and are a committed, hardworking staff team.
*We have an exciting, creative curriculum that our parent/carers think is great due to how the trips and visitors into school bring learning to life. We place a high priority on communicating with parent/carers so that they are fully aware of how their child is doing in school, how they can get involved in school life and to work with us when issues may arise. We e-mail the weekly newsletter out to them and keep them in touch with what their child has achieved and what they are learning through the class dojo system.
We recognise the importance of working with the whole family and as a result, parent/carers are welcome to come into school to participate in learning and social activities or receive support from our Family Support team on a range of issues.
Nothing but the best is good enough for our pupils and families and we look forward to continuing to work in partnership with all stakeholders to achieve our goal of becoming a truly good school. Jane Parker
At St Clement’s, teachers make learning fun by organising special days and weeks for us to progress further in different areas of the curriculum. In the past year we have taken part in; experience days, science investigation days, whole school writing days, enterprise week and MFL days. We are proud that French is now on our timetable and we are enjoying practising this weekly.
We are lucky enough to have lots of school clubs on offer at St Clement’s. We have breakfast club, drama club, gymnastics, singing, football, cross country, study club, multi sports, coding club and booster sessions. Each class has the opportunity to show the rest of the school what they have been learning about through a production where parents are invited in. We really enjoy this opportunity to explore drama.