Welcome to St Matthew's Church of England Primary School

A very warm welcome to our school website which we hope will give you a good insight into the daily life of our school.

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St Matthew's is a school family, we work closely with our families and local community to provide an education which is rooted in Christian values and seeks to provide the very best for each child so that they can have every opportunity to learn well and develop a lifelong love of learning. We serve a rich and diverse community consisting of many different cultures and faiths.

Our work here is underpinned by our Mission Statement and reflected in our Vision Statement for all members of our school family. 

Mission Statement:

 

“St. Matthew’s C.E. Primary School is dedicated to providing an education which enables every child to fulfil his/her best potential.  It seeks to promote academic, emotional and spiritual growth in a Christian environment, welcoming children drawn from diverse cultures”.

 

Vision Statement:

 

Inspired by Jesus’ words (Matthew 5: 1-12), we strive to promote academic,

emotional and spiritual  growth in a Christian environment

for all members of our school family.

We can all ‘Be blessed by God, be happy and aspire to be…’

 

If you wish to know more about us, please do not hesitate to get in touch using our contact page.

M Mackley

Headteacher

 

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Blog

19 October 2020

Thankfulness - Counting your blessings

The final worship in our series looking at the Christian value of Thankfulness. I hope you have enjoyed looking at what the Bible teaches us about being thankful and I hope it has helped you to be more thankful in all things. https://youtu.be/NjY4inNedVw

15 October 2020

Open the Book - Down through the roof!

This month's story from our friends at Open the Book is all about the time some friends took someone to see Jesus, full of hope that he could heal them. https://youtu.be/ppSsb8834Us

12 October 2020

Giving thanks, even when things are difficult.

This weeks worship on the theme of Thankfulness is based on the story of St Paul and his friend Silas.  They were put in prison for telling everyone about Jesus and were treated very badly indeed yet they still remembered to be thankful to God for His goodness.  It is a challenge to us ...

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