Welcome to the St John of Beverley Roman Catholic Primary School website.
We are a small Catholic primary school (170 pupils currently on roll) with a family atmosphere. We provide the same security as a good home because we believe our school to be an extension of the home.
Relationships are very important to us and we do everything we can to encourage positive relationships built on a sense of empathy and trust.
Teamwork is a key theme in our school. We have a very happy and conscientious team of adults who endeavour to make your child's school days a truly memorable and positive experience from which they can go on to achieve their full potential in life.
You are always welcome in school whether it is to share in a school event, to support a PTA function or to express a concern. If you would like to make an appointment to see a member of staff please telephone the school office and we will do everything we can to accommodate you at a convenient time.
Aims and Values
Every child is made in the image and likeness of God, of equal value and worthy of deep respect. We recognise, through worship, the liturgy and all aspects of learning and teaching, that every member of the school brings his or her own special gifts and talents to our community. We encourage children to use these to take ownership of their learning and to develop. Our key aim is to provide them with the skills to access lifelong learning.
At St John of Beverley we are committed to:
- creating an environment in which children will come to live in accordance with Christ’s values and teachings through love of God and love for one another
- providing rich and varied learning opportunities that will enable the children to grow as individuals, as members of the community of St John of Beverley School so as to prepare them to become active, responsible citizens in a democratic society
- nurturing and fostering the unique gifts and talents of every child to enable them to achieve their potential academically and in all areas of their lives
- acknowledging the important role that adults play in school in the learning process and the need to support parents in the education of their children.