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  1. At the time of opening, there were seven classrooms and an initial enrolment of 60 boys. The land purchased for the School was a farm called "The Great Oaks" and true to its name, it was full of many oaks. The oak has become a symbol for the school over the years. St Paul’s takes its name from the greatest apostle of the Mediterranean, Saint Paul a man who laid the foundations of the church in Greece, Italy, and Turkey. From 1963 to 1969 several significant events occurred at the School under the stewardship of Headmaster Hornsby. Among these changes were the construction of the dining hal
  2. At the time of opening, there were seven classrooms and an initial enrolment of 60 boys. The land purchased for the School was a farm called "The Great Oaks" and true to its name, it was full of many oaks. The oak has become a symbol for the school over the years. St Paul’s takes its name from the greatest apostle of the Mediterranean, Saint Paul a man who laid the foundations of the church in Greece, Italy, and Turkey. From 1963 to 1969 several significant events occurred at the School under the stewardship of Headmaster Hornsby. Among these changes were the construction of the dining hal
  3. St Paul's Lutheran Primary School is a safe and secure place, offering warm, caring relationships and a safe environment for all. We respect individual gifts and differences. We recognize the strong role parents play in their child's education and work with them in providing for the specific needs of their children. At St Paul's we encourage community, where each individual is valued and lasting friendships are often forged between students and staff. We want our school community to reflect the values of a Lutheran school including love, justice, compassion, forgiveness, service, courage,
  4. St Paul's Lutheran Primary School is a safe and secure place, offering warm, caring relationships and a safe environment for all. We respect individual gifts and differences. We recognize the strong role parents play in their child's education and work with them in providing for the specific needs of their children. At St Paul's we encourage community, where each individual is valued and lasting friendships are often forged between students and staff. We want our school community to reflect the values of a Lutheran school including love, justice, compassion, forgiveness, service, courage,
  5. Welcome to the family of St. Paul’s Co-educational College. For over a century, SPCC has been providing a quality whole-person education for a socially diverse student body. Students are admitted by merit and potential regardless of their family or social backgrounds. As one of the oldest schools in Hong Kong, we cherish an unbroken tradition of academic, aesthetic, physical, and musical excellence and a reputation for being at the forefront of educational developments. Much as we value scholarship and intellectual development, we stress even more on values and attitudes and laud integrity a
  6. Welcome to the family of St. Paul’s Co-educational College. For over a century, SPCC has been providing a quality whole-person education for a socially diverse student body. Students are admitted by merit and potential regardless of their family or social backgrounds. As one of the oldest schools in Hong Kong, we cherish an unbroken tradition of academic, aesthetic, physical, and musical excellence and a reputation for being at the forefront of educational developments. Much as we value scholarship and intellectual development, we stress even more on values and attitudes and laud integrity a
  7. The School aims to provide a seamless bilingual education for girls in a happy and motivating learning environment so that they will learn to embrace the Paulinian heritage of truth, beauty, goodness, nobility, and honor. The school aims at providing an all-round education, based on Christian values, that enhances the quality of life, both spiritually and materially, for our Paulinians so that they can contribute positively to their home, profession, and society with charity, conscience, confidence, courage, creativity, competence and commitment. St. Paul's Convent School (SPCS), a Catholi
  8. The School aims to provide a seamless bilingual education for girls in a happy and motivating learning environment so that they will learn to embrace the Paulinian heritage of truth, beauty, goodness, nobility, and honor. The school aims at providing an all-round education, based on Christian values, that enhances the quality of life, both spiritually and materially, for our Paulinians so that they can contribute positively to their home, profession, and society with charity, conscience, confidence, courage, creativity, competence and commitment. St. Paul's Convent School (SPCS), a Catholi
  9. St. Paul’s Steiner School is an independent, non-selective, and non-denominational school for children aged 3-14 years old. Housed in a beautiful 19th-century church in central London, St. Paul’s is a Steiner-Waldorf School. We provide an education that supports the development of well-rounded human beings who are resourceful, creative, responsible, and curious ready to meet the challenges of the 21st century with the problem-solving skills required for a sustainable future. OUR MISSION: "To educate the whole child in a healthy and balanced manner and to address the physical, emotional, an
  10. St. Paul’s Steiner School is an independent, non-selective, and non-denominational school for children aged 3-14 years old. Housed in a beautiful 19th-century church in central London, St. Paul’s is a Steiner-Waldorf School. We provide an education that supports the development of well-rounded human beings who are resourceful, creative, responsible, and curious ready to meet the challenges of the 21st century with the problem-solving skills required for a sustainable future. OUR MISSION: "To educate the whole child in a healthy and balanced manner and to address the physical, emotional, an
  11. St Paul's is over 180 years old. Built-in 1834 on the grounds of an existing school, St Paul's is only 1 year younger than our parent church. As with all schools of that time, St Paul's was built for the community of Mill Hill. In our 180 years, we have grown from a small 2 class school to a full 7 class primary. In September 2014 added to this with the introduction of our sister school, Millbrook Park Church of England Primary School. When complete both schools will be serving over 900 pupils a far cry from our humble Georgian origins. St Paul's reputation has come to represent high standar
  12. St Paul's is over 180 years old. Built-in 1834 on the grounds of an existing school, St Paul's is only 1 year younger than our parent church. As with all schools of that time, St Paul's was built for the community of Mill Hill. In our 180 years, we have grown from a small 2 class school to a full 7 class primary. In September 2014 added to this with the introduction of our sister school, Millbrook Park Church of England Primary School. When complete both schools will be serving over 900 pupils a far cry from our humble Georgian origins. St Paul's reputation has come to represent high standar
  13. At St Paul’s with St Michael’s, we prepare our diverse intake of students for the challenges of living and learning in the twenty-first century. We celebrate and enjoy the variety of our local community, and value our links with our church. Share in our success and explore activities to help you participate in the fun and challenge of your children’s learning. For a place in Reception to Year 6, all parents must apply via Hackney Learning Trust in the first instance. For a place in our Nursery please complete the online application form or pick up an application form directly from the school
  14. At St Paul’s with St Michael’s, we prepare our diverse intake of students for the challenges of living and learning in the twenty-first century. We celebrate and enjoy the variety of our local community, and value our links with our church. Share in our success and explore activities to help you participate in the fun and challenge of your children’s learning. For a place in Reception to Year 6, all parents must apply via Hackney Learning Trust in the first instance. For a place in our Nursery please complete the online application form or pick up an application form directly from the school
  15. The Federation of St John’s & St Paul’s Whitechapel CE Primary Schools was established in September 2014. The schools have a shared vision to provide a learning community that is caring, inclusive, and supportive with a distinctive Christian ethos, and where every child is a valued member. We believe that every child is an important individual and we strive to ensure that each day is a day for your child to learn new skills and develop their potential. We have high expectations and are ambitious for our children to succeed. We believe that people learn in a variety of different ways a
  16. The Federation of St John’s & St Paul’s Whitechapel CE Primary Schools was established in September 2014. The schools have a shared vision to provide a learning community that is caring, inclusive, and supportive with a distinctive Christian ethos, and where every child is a valued member. We believe that every child is an important individual and we strive to ensure that each day is a day for your child to learn new skills and develop their potential. We have high expectations and are ambitious for our children to succeed. We believe that people learn in a variety of different ways a
  17. At St Paul’s Way Trust we expect each of our graduates to be fully prepared for the opportunities and the demands of the adult world. During each child’s school career, we place a strong emphasis on six key areas: Communication, Investigation, Networking, Participation, Scholarship, and Vision. It is because students learn to excel in these areas that they gain the confidence to become successful global citizens. Our undergraduate curriculum, which promotes both academic excellence and the development of well-rounded citizens, is the result of very close work with two of our Trustees: Queen
  18. At St Paul’s Way Trust we expect each of our graduates to be fully prepared for the opportunities and the demands of the adult world. During each child’s school career, we place a strong emphasis on six key areas: Communication, Investigation, Networking, Participation, Scholarship, and Vision. It is because students learn to excel in these areas that they gain the confidence to become successful global citizens. Our undergraduate curriculum, which promotes both academic excellence and the development of well-rounded citizens, is the result of very close work with two of our Trustees: Queen
  19. St Paul's is a unique school. It was founded in 1908. Our conscientious, determined, and expert staff are still highly committed to the words of Mother Genevieve Dupuis: "do your very best for the children". In their vocation as teachers, they do their very best for the children, fostering high standards of teaching and learning, nurturing pastoral care, and spiritual and moral guidance of the girls. Hence, St Paul's is not merely regarded as a school by our pupils but as a family of faith and happiness in which to achieve academic and personal excellence. As the only all-girls Catholic s
  20. St Paul's is a unique school. It was founded in 1908. Our conscientious, determined, and expert staff are still highly committed to the words of Mother Genevieve Dupuis: "do your very best for the children". In their vocation as teachers, they do their very best for the children, fostering high standards of teaching and learning, nurturing pastoral care, and spiritual and moral guidance of the girls. Hence, St Paul's is not merely regarded as a school by our pupils but as a family of faith and happiness in which to achieve academic and personal excellence. As the only all-girls Catholic s
  21. In 1509 John Colet founded St Paul’s School to educate 153 boys “from all nations and countries indifferently”. Our history is the kind that inspires bold ideas for the future. Our Vision: To provide an outstanding intellectual, spiritual and physical education, combining tradition with the best of the present, which prepares gifted boys for their future. To honor John Colet’s founding commitment that St Paul’s is open to all academically eligible boys, regardless of their economic or social circumstances. To foster a culture of scholarship, and to develop a spirit of
  22. In 1509 John Colet founded St Paul’s School to educate 153 boys “from all nations and countries indifferently”. Our history is the kind that inspires bold ideas for the future. Our Vision: To provide an outstanding intellectual, spiritual and physical education, combining tradition with the best of the present, which prepares gifted boys for their future. To honor John Colet’s founding commitment that St Paul’s is open to all academically eligible boys, regardless of their economic or social circumstances. To foster a culture of scholarship, and to develop a spirit of
  23. St Paul’s Cray CE Primary School is a small Voluntary Controlled Church of England Primary School for pupils aged 2 to 11. The children enjoy a stimulating environment with a wealth of resources within large classrooms. We also have a maintained nursery within purpose-built early years setting and large beautifully kept school grounds. The children are encouraged to take care of these alongside their class allotments. Our motto “Aspire, Believe, Learn, Achieve” is at the heart of our school ethos and policy. Our vision for every child is that they shall know “life in all its fullness” (Joh
  24. St Paul’s Cray CE Primary School is a small Voluntary Controlled Church of England Primary School for pupils aged 2 to 11. The children enjoy a stimulating environment with a wealth of resources within large classrooms. We also have a maintained nursery within purpose-built early years setting and large beautifully kept school grounds. The children are encouraged to take care of these alongside their class allotments. Our motto “Aspire, Believe, Learn, Achieve” is at the heart of our school ethos and policy. Our vision for every child is that they shall know “life in all its fullness” (Joh
  25. St Paul's is a friendly close-knit community school that has served the Grangetown community for over 100 years. We have a strong Christian ethos and thus cascades throughout the school."Learning Together through Fun, Friendship, and Faith".This Vision Statement aims to set out the fundamental purposes and values of St Paul's Church in Wales Primary School. In St Paul's Church School we aim to create within a Christian setting a safe, secure, and fun learning environment where every child feels happy and enjoys their learning. We strive to create an atmosphere where standards of teaching and
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