School is opening for years 1 - 6 on Thursday 3rd September and  Reception and Nursery a phased approach is taking place from Mon 7th September.

Please see our plan for re-opening in the Coronavirus Information page   

Meet your new teachers

September 2020

Below you will find short videos from your new teachers - Scroll down to find your new year group

Headteacher - Mrs Henderson

Deputy Headteacher - Mrs Green

Nursery - Miss Chadderton and Miss Norwood

Please see EYFS New Starters 'pencil', on the left, for full introductory video

Reception - Miss Vinter

Please see EYFS New Starters 'pencil', on the left, for full introductory video

Lower Resource Class - Mr Birks

Year 1 - Mrs Haigh and Miss Norwood

Year 2 - Mr Russell

Upper Resource Class - Mrs Sileck-Ainsley

Year 3- Miss Woolley

Year 4 - Miss Birkett

Year 5 - Mr Voaden

Year 6 - Mrs Hilditch

May 20th 2020 was 'Thank a Teacher Day'

Jacob's message is to thank all the teachers for taking caring of him.

Daisy would like to thank Mrs Green who always has time for her and has really supported her and offered guidance when needed. Daisy always feels that she can talk to her. Mrs Green really cares about the children.  We would also like to thank Miss Birkett who makes her laugh and also has a good sense of humour. Daisy would like to thank Miss Woolley for always finding time to support her with her netball skills and giving her a sporting chance.

Oscar would like to thank Miss Vinter as she is calm, patient and makes the children work hard. She gets the best out of the children. Thank you to everyone in school.

Millie would like to thank Mr Voaden for taking her for a socially distanced walk and a chat. It was a lovely and amazing personal thing to do. Thank you so much.

Tom would like a special mention for Mr  Voaden when he came to see him at home . It was lovely for Mr Voaden to invite children in Year 3 for a socially distanced 10 minute walk. Tom really engaged chatting with him.

Zak would like to thank Mr Russell who has done lots of hard work this year in order to prepare the children for their SATs and get them ready for moving up to Secondary School.

Jonas' family would like to thank Miss Woolley for setting clear and focused home school work, for varying the topics and responding every day to Jonas’ work and for sending the video updates. She is working so hard. I really feel sorry that Jonas has missed out on having the time with her as he was really coming on well and loved being in Year 2. When asked who his best friends are he always includes Miss Woolley. We would also like to thank everyone at school for meeting the current challenges and keeping going so well. We haven’t needed a Keyworker place but its really reassuring to know it’s there and definitely eases the stress.

Noah would like to thank Mr and Mrs Voaden for  keeping him safe. Mr Voaden is visiting me today and it will be a lovely surprise when I see him!

Lizzie's family would like to say the staff are a credit to the school . You are all amazing!!!!!!

Thank you for all the kind messages. If you have a message that you would like to add then please send Mrs Hilditch a message on Class Dojo.

A message from all the staff at St. Paul's to our pupils, families and friends. We miss you all and hope you are keeping safe and well.

Welcome Information to parents of children starting Early Years in September

Don't forget to access Google Classroom and Purple Mash whilst at home.

Nursery applications now being taken for Autumn Term 2020 - please contact the school office 

St. Paul's C E Primary School is offering

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Nursery Applications now being taken for April 2020 

Please contact the school office on 0161 624 9019



Our school football team played on the pitch at half time during the Oldham Athletic v Cambridge match on Saturday. Here they are in action: